Couples around the world celebrated the New Year together painting the town red or just chillin’ and popping bubbly at home. Either way, it is always good to spend the end of one chapter and the beginning of another with the one you love. You already know your favorite ballers showed off their nights with their significant others via social media.
NFL Quarterback turned analyst Robert Griffin III and fiancee Grete Sadeiko shared their love for each other on multiple posts.
Grete and RGIII had a baby girl this past summer and are both excited about getting married in early 2018.
When he give you that look and licks his lips 👅🙊 #NotResponsibleForWhatHappensNext #GloriaPt2 #HowImmaSpendTheRestOf2018 A post shared by Grete Šadeiko (@gretesadeiko) on
Every new year is special for J.R. and Jewel Smith. The NBA couple celebrated the 1st birthday of their baby Dakota. Dakota was born 5 months premature and weighed only one pound at birth. She is truly a New Year miracle.
Newlyweds Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich let their fans in on a tender moment to begin 2018. The Dancing with the Stars star and NHL free agent are still very much in love and looking forward to a prosperous year in Hollywood.
Oh… it’s ON my love!!! Let’s do this 2018!!! 💕💕💕🙏🏼 A post shared by Julianne Hough (@juleshough) on
NFL Newlyweds Ashley Nicole Roberts and Phillip Wheeler had a big year. The couple got married this past summer, Wheeler signed a two-year deal with the Arizona Cardinals and his bride Ashley appeared on the most recent season of WAGS Miami. Ashley included many of those highlights and wrote a heartfelt message on her Instagram feed.
This by far has been one of the most challenging yet rewarding years of my life. I’ve grown in so many ways and have learned so much about myself. For every trial and tribulation I went through, there was a mountain of blessings right around the corner and I couldn’t be more thankful for God’s favor over my life. I can’t wait to see what’s in store for my growing family and I in 2018! #2017memories #HappyNewYear