The 26-year-old Olympian celebrated the Green Bay Packers latest win against the Kansas City Chiefs
The 26-year-old Olympian was in attendance at the Green Bay Packers latest win, in which the Wisconsin NFL team defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 27-19 on Sunday.
Biles shared a series of photos on Instagram, where she’s seen alongside the Packers’ safety, 28. The two walked hand in hand while Biles sported Green Bay Packers merchandise. Biles captioned the post, “Walking into Monday victorious 🏈👀.”
The two were all smiles as they walked with one another following the Packers’ win, which brought their record to 6-6 on the season.
Biles also shared celebratory Instagram Story posts after the Sunday night win. The seven-time Olympic medalist shared a short clip of her on the sidelines when Owens ran over to her and they shared a brief good-luck kiss before he went back on the field.
She also shared a glimpse at where she celebrated the win and a short video toasting the team's victory with a cocktail. She wrote on the Instagram Story slide, "To a packers win babyyyyy."
Biles later shared clips of Lambeau Field and the home team’s firework celebration that lined the stadium’s perimeter.
Biles and Owens got legally married at a courthouse in April, just one month before tying the knot again in an elaborate ceremony in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Since then, the two have remained long distanced as Owens signed with the Packers in May, after previously playing for their hometown Houston Texans.
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Throughout their long-distance relationship, Biles has attended several of Owens’ games. She shared in an interview on the Today show in October that she enjoys watching her new husband from the sidelines.
“It’s been really fun supporting what he loves to do,” she added. “Obviously, he’s in Green Bay right now so my season just ended. I’m super excited to get out there to Green Bay for the holidays to support him.”
She also shared how her perspective on gymnastics has changed since getting married.
“Gymnastics is just something I get to come in and have the privilege of doing. I don’t feel like it’s the end all be all anymore, as before I kind of felt like that," she explained at the time. “I get to go home to my husband, to my dogs, to my house and all of the things. So it feels really good.”
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