Who is coach Sean McVay’s girlfriend, Veronika Khomyn? McVay has raised his profile over the past few years after being the youngest coach in NFL history to make the Super Bowl, with the LA Rams in 2018. Recently, the Rams enjoyed a spectacular win against the New England Patriots on Thursday night.
Who is Veronika Khomyn?
30-year-old Ukrainian model Veronika Khomyn and Sean McVay are reportedly in a long-term relationship. The pair met in 2011, when Khomyn was studying at George Mason University in Virginia, according to the Daily Mail.
The pair became engaged in 2019 during a trip to Cannes, France, although they have yet to officially tie the knot.
While McVay has been building his reputation with the LA Rams, Khomyn has gained an impressive following of her own.
Veronika Khomyn: Instagram and net worth revealed
The 5ft 9in model has more than 51,500 followers on Instagram. Although her account is set to private, fans who are allowed entry can see photos and videos of Khomyn and fiancé McVay, who she refers to as “McBae”, according to The Mirror.
The model has a net worth of about $1 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth (CNW). The same website states the couple met when McVay was a coach for the Washington Redksins. He joined the franchise in 2011.
CNW said McVay bought a 4,400 square foot home for $2.7 million for the couple in California after he was named head coach of The Rams in 2017.
McVay appeared in HBO’s sports documentary series, Hard Knocks: Los Angeles, in August 2020.
LA Rams overcome Patriots
If McVay is happy in his home life, you’d think he’d be ecstatic with his side’s latest performance on the field too.
The LA Rams made it back-to-back wins when they beat New England Patriots 24-3 on Thursday night.
It was an important win for McVay’s men as they moved to 9-4 for the season.
However, the 34-year-old coach was keen to point out the win couldn’t make up for their heartbreaking defeat to the same opponents in the 2018 Super Bowl.
He told The Rams Wire: “It was important because it was our ninth win but, as far as any sort of redemption… it doesn’t get back the hurt and scars of that night. I can promise you that.”
The victory moves the LA Rams to the top of the Western Conference. It also offers the side fresh hope they can return to the Super Bowl for another shot at glory in 2021.
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