Veronika Khomyn, Fiancé of Rams HC Sean McVay, Shares Gorgeous Bikini Snap

by Emily Morgan
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Sean McVay’s fiancé, Veronika Khomyn, had followers drooling after she posted a bikini-clad photo of herself on Instagram.

Khomyn has had all eyes on her since she shared the snap, and fans were quick to give their stamp of approval.

The image makes it evident that the Ukrainian model has been using her time in lockdown to stay fit with rigorous workouts.

The Los Angeles Rams’ head coach and Khomyn got engaged in October of 2020. It seems the pandemic has put a damper on the wedding planning as the two have yet to tie the knot.

Sean McVay & Veronika Khomyn’s Love Story

She met Sean McVay sometime between 2011 and 2013 when she was a student at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.

At the time, McVay was an assistant coach for the Washington Football Team, where he served as an offensive assistant, assistant tight ends coach, and offensive coordinator. Later, the Los Angeles Rams hired him as their head football coach before the 2017 season. After McVay landed his coaching job with the Rams, the two moved to Los Angeles together.

During an offseason vacation to France in 2019, he popped the question. The happy couple has since been preparing their long-awaited walk down the aisle.

Khomyn is highly active on social media, with over 54 thousand followers on Instagram. She’s also an accomplished model. She’s modeled for UFC gyms and has a net worth of approximately $1 million.

She was relatively unknown until her popularity skyrocketed when the LA Rams made it to Super Bowl LIIII against the New England Patriots. During the 2019 playoffs, Khomyn wore a “McBae” T-shirt, which featured the NFL coach as a cartoon character.

Fans also saw the couple in LA after the Rams beat the Dallas Cowboys and advanced to play the New Orleans Saints in the 2019 NFC Championship.

Sean McVay, has come a long way in his career in just a short amount of time. He played high school football at Marist School in Georgia and college football as a wide receiver for Miami. After his college career, he got the opportunity to coach some of the greatest football players of all time.

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