Simone Biles Rocks Sweetest Trio of Accessories at Packers Game

The gymnast cheered on her Green Bay Packers hubby during MNF.
Simone Biles

Simone Biles.

Though the Green Bay Packers fell to the New York Giants on Monday night, Simone Biles was in the stands at MetLife Stadium, proudly cheering on her husband, Packers safety Jonathan Owens.

The 26-year-old Olympic gymnast regularly attends her partner’s NFL games, and always has the best sideline style. On Dec. 11, she bundled up for the occasion in a brown bodysuit and oversized cameo jacket, but it was Biles’s subtle and sweet accessories that really displayed her team spirit.

Biles opted for a black beanie with “34” emblazoned on the front in green-and-silver jewels. She also wore her husband’s jersey number on a pendant around her neck, alongside a second one that read “Owens.”

“monday night football 🏈✨🤎,” she proudly captioned her Instagram carousel of pics from the game. The photos quickly racked up more than 124,000 likes from fans and friends, who also chimed in to the comment section, as did her husband.

“💚💛,” Owens wrote simply.

“Game day fits have been🤌🏽!” a fan added.

“So cute Simone! You two make a great couple,” another person noted.

“Nothing but respect for my Queen of Football 👏👏,” someone else cheered.

In recent weeks, the most decorated gymnast in history has also supported her partner by wearing a custom green vest with his number on it, as well as a cute puffer jacket with his last name on the back. We can’t wait to see what she rocks next!

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