Robert Griffin III and his wife, Grete Griffin, will have to wait a little longer before meeting their new bundle of joy.
The NY Post believes his wife is about to give birth hours after the former NFL quarterback was dumped from ESPN’s broadcast of the college football playoff semifinals between TCU and Michigan on Sunday morning. reportedly took to Instagram Stories to share that she’s still pregnant. with the couple’s third child.
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“Hi, I’m still pregnant,” Grete began in the video, sitting next to 32-year-old Griffin in the car.
Second: Drop Robert off at the airport and go to another bowl game. I’ve decided, so we’ll see what happens this time.
Griffin, who confirmed he and Grete are expecting a baby girl in August 2022, made a surprise appearance on Saturday night before TCU beat Michigan 51-45 to advance to the national championship game. I left.
Griffin walked away from the sidelines after answering the phone.
“I have to go,” he said. “My wife is in labor! See you later!”
Griffin later posted a video of the ordeal on his Instagram page, writing, “Oh my god!!!!!!”
Grete, a fitness enthusiast and business woman, also expressed her gratitude to Griffin on Sunday, stating “false alarm people” on her page.
“I called him while he was on live TV and fully expected not to hear from him, but your wife is nine months pregnant and you When you call , you answer the phone no matter what you’re doing, right?” Grete wrote.
“All I had to say was the word ‘labor’ and this guy stopped calling ball games, sprinted to his car to get to the airport, and had four hours to get home.” I boarded the flight of
“I love you more than life. I appreciate how you loved me, cared for me, and what you sacrificed for me.”
Griffin and Grete married in 2018 and have two daughters, Gloria, 5, and Gamiya, 3.
Griffin is also the father of a daughter named Reese from a previous relationship.
This article originally appeared in the NY Post and is reprinted with permission.