Former NFL quarterback Robert Griffin III announced in July that he and his wife Grete Šadeiko, a track athlete, were expecting their third child together, Robert’s fourth. Now, the sports star, who retired from the NFL in 2020, has revealed the sex of his little one!
For her announcement of her child’s sex, Grete penned an exciting post about adding another girl to the family. “We are adding another GIRL to our already princess filled family!!💖🥰 What an amazing opportunity to raise strong, beautiful, kind, smart and incredible little girls that will become amazing women❤️ PROFESSIONAL GIRL PARENTS!!!!” The former track athlete recently shared a hilarious parenting video about the emotions that come along with learning you’re pregnant again. The video begins with Grete acting exciting with the words on the screen reading “When you first find out you’re pregnant again” and then transitioned to Grete acting nervous alongside the words “But then start remember the pain of going through labor.”
Robert, who will be replacing Randy Moss in the Monday Night Football pregame coverage starting this year, announced his engagement to Grete in May of 2017. Two months later, they welcomed their first child. The couple tied the knot in Miami in March of 2018.
Congratulations to Robert and Grete on the news of their baby girl! We wish them all the best as they prepare to welcome another daughter into the family.
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