George Kittle’s spouse Claire shared a touching tribute to the 49ers tight finish on Wednesday, days after he accomplished his fifth and “perhaps hardest yr” but within the NFL.
“And similar to that yr 5 has come to an in depth. ❤️ G you’re a fixed inspiration to me & everybody round you,” Claire, a vogue and life-style blogger from Iowa, started on Instagram.
“The love you will have for this sport is so admirable. Your teammates love you with every little thing they’ve, it’s such an ideal group of males in that locker room.
You had been so resilient this yr. Perhaps your hardest yr but. You dealt with every little thing thrown at you with a relaxed assured perspective. You’re my tremendous hero and I’ll at all times be rooting for you. I really like you!”
Kittle wrote within the feedback, “My Surprise Girl!! 😍❤️.”
In her submit, Claire shared a collage of images from Sunday’s NFC Championship sport in opposition to the Rams, the place she frolicked with fellow group WAGs. She additionally posted a photograph of Kittle kissing her brow postgame.
The 49ers wrapped their season Sunday with a 20-17 loss to the Rams. They completed the common season at 10-7.
The Kittles are presently in Las Vegas for the tight finish’s third Professional Bowl. We’re instructed Kittle hit The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails on Thursday evening inside The Cosmopolitan, the place he was joined by his father and a few associates. The group arrived shortly after 11 p.m. and later gambled within the on line casino.
Wearing a black hoodie with matching black denims and crimson sneakers, Kittle and his social gathering loved two bottles of Don Julio 1942 tequila as they danced at their desk whereas The Regulators carried out.
Kittle married Claire in April 2019, the identical yr he made First-Crew All-Professional and earned his second Professional-Bowl choice.
The Iowa product was chosen by the 49ers within the fifth-round decide of the 2017 NFL Draft, because the 146th decide general.
Kittle has tallied 335 receptions, 4,489 receiving yards, and 20 touchdowns in 5 seasons with San Francisco.