Dustin Johnson’s wife Paulina Gretzky is a pop star who enjoys posting saucy snaps on Instagram.
The golfing pro, who recently resigned from the PGA Tour to join up with the rebel LIV Series, will be playing at the Open which is set to begin this week in Scotland. And by his side, he will have Gretzky, his doting wife. The couple married earlier this year – but it’s not been her husband’s golfing career that has propelled Paulina into stardom.
Indeed, Paulina is a pop star and has over one million followers on Instagram alone. The 33-year-old has posed for various magazines, featuring on the front covers of Flare and Golf Digest, while her pictures on social media leave supporters hot and sweaty under the collar, throwing her name into the spotlight even further.
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A musician, she released the single Collecting Dust and it was featured on MTV's reality TV show Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County, while she was ranked #59 on AskMen's list of the most desirable women in 2014 – and there are no surprises to see why. Paulina comes from a family of sporting royalty. Her father, Wayne Gretzky, is a former ice hockey star for Canada, and she has been in the headlines ever since.
Paulina was there in support when Dustin won the Masters 2020, his second-ever Major. The pair officially started dating in 2013 and were engaged just seven months after and have two boys together – Tatum and Rivers.
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And she told the Pillows and Beer podcast why she and the golfing pro took so long to get married.
She explained: "I just did things my own way, I just didn't want to listen to how everyone else viewed things. I fell in love with someone so fast and we just had the best thing that's ever happened to us happen so quickly.
"This guy (Johnson) has no downtime. The stresses from getting everything ready for a wedding would take over mine and his life and what I needed to be was his teammate.
"I needed to be there for him to support him and love him and make sure he is accomplishing what he needed to do."
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