When two people break up from their former partners around the same time and end up bumping into each other, there's a sense of destiny attached to it. Clay Matthews and Casey Noble definitely belong to this category who somehow feel like made for each other, and the universe provided a helping hand ensuring they ended up in each other's arms.
When two people break up from their former partners around the same time and end up bumping into each other, there's a sense of destiny attached to it.
Clay Matthews and Casey Noble definitely belong to this category who somehow feel like made for each other, and the universe provided a helping hand ensuring they ended up in each other's arms.
It's often easy to claim something terrible as a blessing in disguise in hindsight, and as for this duo, it certainly feels this way.
Clay Matthews' Married Life With Casey Noble
Clay Matthews is married to his beautiful wife Casey Noble. The couple tied the knot in July 2015.
Clay Matthews with his wife Casey Noble
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It is unclear when and how Noble and Matthews began dating. However, Matthews was spotted hugging Noble in an NHL game in March 2013. Two months later in May 2013, they were seen arriving together at a charity event. The pair appears to have dated for two years before embracing each other as life partners.
The couple shares two children together, a son named Clay Matthews IV (born in February 2015) and a daughter named Madeline Joy Matthews (born in November 2016). Clay was born before the pair tied the knot.
The couple has kept their relationship mostly under wraps. They are not much expressive about their personal life on social media either. In fact, the couple did not even announce the birth of their daughters. The entire Matthews family currently resides in Green Bay.
Interestingly, Casey is eight years older than Clay. She is quite mature compared to her husband, which could be a key factor to their successful relationship.
Clay Matthews and Casey Noble share a son and a daughter
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Matthews' spouse Casey is the host of HGTV's decorating TV show 'Design or Dime'. She is one of the leading designers of the show. Noble studied interior design at the Fashion Institute for Design & Merchandising.
Casey established her own design firm in 2009 with her two colleagues. Some of the firm's most illustrious clientele so far includes Borgata, Rebury and SLS Miami.
Previously, Noble was married to her former husband, Peter Sarantos. The ceremony took place at Sale Lake City, Utah. Peter is a Yale University graduate and firefighter by profession from Grand Rapids Fire Department. However, the couple divorced after merely two years of living together as husband and wife.
Perhaps it was a blessing in disguise the fact that Casey's first marriage fell apart as she ended up bumping into an amazing person that is her current life partner. The pair appears genuine soulmates as they look to be fully compatible with each other.
Clay Matthews' Past Affairs And Relationships
Clay Matthews was reportedly dating a second-grade teacher at Stevenson Elementary School as well as fashion blogger named Kristi Stalter back in 2013.
Clay Matthews' former girlfriend Kristi Stalter
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In October 2013, Stalter was in Green Bay for the Lions game with her father. This was when she was spotted with Clay. According to Terez Owens:
"Our sources tell us Clay Matthews was seen with fashion blogger Kristi Stalter this weekend holding hands and cuddling in Green Bay. The two looked as if they were pretty serious says our tipster."
It is unsure when the couple split but some reports suggest they were only together briefly as they broke up in 2013, the same year they had gotten together.
Meanwhile, Kristi claimed to be a lover of pancakes, cats, and the warm weather. She grew up in Bloomington, Indiana. The primary school teacher holds a major in elementary education and special education.
Stalter does not consider herself as a writer or a fashion expert. Therefore, her blogs were not really about fashion advice. They were rather about things that Kristi finds inspiring and that made her appreciate her own sense of style.
Clay Matthews' Impressive Career
Clay Matthews is an American footballer who currently plays for the Greenbay Packers in the NFL. After completing high school, Matthews played for the USC Trojans football team managed by head coach Pete Carroll.
Greenbay Packers' linebacker Clay Matthews
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After standout performances at USC, he was considered a top prospect for the 2009 NFL draft. He was subsequently picked in the first round of the draft (26th overall) by Green Bay Packers.
In his rookie year, Matthews played outside linebacker recording 10 stacks, subsequently helping his team, Packers win Super Bowl XLV defeating Pittsburg Steelers.
Clay continued his role as a leading pass rusher as he recorded at least 6 stacks every season. The NFL star later displayed his athleticism and versatility playing both inside and outside linebacker during the 2014 and 2015 seasons.
On 28th September 2017, Matthews became the Packers' all-time sacks leader during the week 4 game against the Chicago Bears.
Clay Matthews: Quick Facts
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- Born on 14th May 1986 in Los Angeles, California.
- His birth sign is Taurus.
- His parents are Leslie Matthews and Clay Matthews Jr.
- His father was a former professional football player who played for the Cleaveland Browns and the Atlanta Falcons.
- His grandfather was Clay Matthews Sr. who was also a professional NFL player.
- His brother is Casey Matthews who plays as a linebacker for the Philadelphia Eagles.
- His uncle Bruce Matthews is a former professional football player too.
- Both Matthews brothers, Clay and Casey were All-Americans during their time in college.
- His cousins Kevin Matthews, Jake Matthews, and Mike Matthews were also involved in football.
- He was named the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2010.
- He recorded 51 tackles and 3 interceptions during his rookie season.
- He is a 6 times Pro Bowl (2009–2012, 2014, 2015), one-time First-team All-Pro (2010), and 2 times second-team All-Pro (2012, 2014).
- He is a 3 times Pac-10 champion (2006, 2007, and 2008).
- He won the Butkus Award in 2010.
- His net worth is estimated to be $35 million.