Her remarkable performance in Battleship has won her the Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Breakout Star - Female. I guess you all know we are talking about the beautiful model turned actress Brooklyn Decker. She is married to a former tennis player Andy Roddick.
If you are interested in finding out about her relationships, check out below. Also get to know about her children
Her remarkable performance in Battleship has won her the Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Breakout Star - Female. I guess you all know we are talking about the beautiful model turned actress Brooklyn Decker. She is married to the former tennis player Andy Roddick.
If you are interested in finding out about her relationships, check out below. Also get to know about her children.
Brooklyn Decker And Husband Andy Roddick Welcoming Their Second Child
Decker is married to former professional American tennis player Andy Roddick. The couple first met in 2007, when Andy saw her in a Sports Illustrated‘s swimsuit edition and fell in love with her. He requested a date proposal by getting her number through his agent.
Although she ignored him for some months, she finally agreed to go on a dinner date along with plans to watch a movie with Roddick. She explained that Roddick was the perfect man for her to marry and thus started dating since the date.
Brooklyn Decker with Husband Andy Roddick
Source: Daily Mail
The couple got engaged in 2007 and got married on April 17, 2009, in Austin, Texas. The marriage took place in a twilight ceremony that includes their family members and few friends. Andy also had a marriage party among his friends as reported by some sources.
September 30, 2015, became a memorable moment in their life as they welcomed their first child Hank Roddick (age 2). DailyMail reports that their son was first seen when Decker was walking through NYC.
Brooklyn Decker with son Hank Roddick
Source: Daily Mail
Recently, they welcomed their second child, (daughter), Stevie Roddick. She revealed the birth of her daughter through Instagram on Jan 3rd, 2018.
The post included a caption that stated,
"A newborn, a toddler, a dog in a cone, a dog with a tumor but I’m having a good hair day so it’s fine we’re fine I’m fine."
The couple has not been spotted by the media after the birth of their daughter. Let's hope that we get to see more of the couple and their children in the future.
Brooklyn Decker Professional Career
Decker is a former model who appeared in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue from 2006 to 2011. She also appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 2010. Along with this, she has also appeared in different magazines including Vogue, GQ, Hollywood Reporter, Glamour, Women's Health, Sports Illustrated, and Esquire.
Nylon Magazine's Young Hollywood Issue considered her as one of the 55 faces to be appearing for the magazine in 2010. She was ranked #2 in "Hot 100" list in 2010 by Maxim Magazine.
Brooklyn Decker with Just Go With It Co-Stars
Along with being a model, she is also an actress. Her performance as an actress was first seen in 2010's Sports Educational Movie Elle: Beauty Sculpt.
She also appeared in 2011's Romance/Comedy Just Go With It alongside Jennifer Aniston, Adam Sandler, Nicole Kidman and others. Her performance in Battleship alongside Rihanna and Taylor Kitsch is admirable.
She has also performed in 2014's Stretch, 2015 Results, and 2016's Casual Encounters. Recently she was seen as Kara in 2018's Support The Girls alongside Haley Lu Richardson, Regina Hall, Dylan Gelula others.
Brooklyn Decker Quick Facts
- She was born on April 12, 1987, Kettering, Ohio, United States
- Her full name is Brooklyn Danielle Decker.
- She graduated from David W. Butler High School North Carolina, USA.
- Her mother Teresa Decker is a nurse and father Stephen Decker works with Pacemakers.
- Her mother named her after a horse Brooke.
- She, her mother and grandmother share the same birthday.
- She is a big fan of the Dave Matthews Band.
- She owns two dogs named Billie Jean King and Bob Costas.
- Her birth sign is Aries.
- She stands 1.75 m tall