Rebecca Liddicoat

Who is Rebecca Liddicoat?

Rebecca Liddicoat was born on 13 August 1988 in Boulder, Colorado, United States; her sun sign is Leo, and she holds American citizenship. Rebecca is well-known as the ex-wife of American football star Robert Griffin III, who competes in the National Football League (NFL).

Rebecca Liddicoat: Bio

Rebecca was reared in Boulder by her parents, Edward and Laura, and has an elder sister named Lindsey. She attended Texas’s Copperas Cove High School before enrolling at Baylor University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in biology and served as president of the Chi Service Club before graduating in 2010.

Quick Facts About Rebecca Liddicoat

Full Name:  Grete Šadeiko
Born Date:  May 29, 1993
Age: 28 years
Horoscope:  Gemini
Lucky Number: 11
Lucky Stone:  Agate
Lucky Color:  Yellow
Best Match for Marriage: Leo, Aquarius, Libra
Gender: Female
Profession:  Heptathlete, Celebrity wife of Robert Griffin III, Celebrity sister of Grit ŠŠadeiko
Country:  Estonia
Height: 5 feet 10 inches (1.78m)
Marital Status: married
Married Date:  March 10, 2018
Husband Robert Griffin III
Net Worth $100,000 to $5 million
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Blonde
Birth Place Türi
Nationality Estonian
Education Florida State University (Bachelor’s degree in Psychology); Turi Uhisgumnaasium
Mother Deivi ŠŠadeiko
Siblings One (sister: Grit ŠŠadeiko)
Kids Two (daughters: Gloria and Gameya)

Rebecca: Career

Rebecca became a housewife after marrying her (now-ex-) husband Robert, and she began pursuing a profession in biology only after their divorce; nevertheless, she has not provided any other information about her career.

Relationships status of Rebecca Liddicoat?

Rebecca Liddicoat
Biography Zoom: Rebecca Liddicoat (Source: Google)

Robert and Rebecca met at Baylor University in 2009 and began dating immediately after being introduced; a year later, in 2010, they announced their engagement; their wedding was held at the Denver Four Seasons on 6 July 2013, and Rebecca gave birth to their daughter Reese Ann on 21 May 2015.

Their divorce was formalized on August 16, 2016, due to what Robert and Rebecca call “mutual disputes” — Rebecca received $1.1 million as a settlement, which is half the value of their Texas mansion, and she wanted $36,000 per month for child support. Robert married Grete Sadeiko on March 10, 2018, and she gave birth to a son in December 2018 and a daughter in September 2019.

Rebecca is unmarried and has not remarried at this time.

Rebecca Liddicoat: Hobbies and pursuits

Rebecca is a traveler who has visited the majority of US states and several European countries, including Croatia, Greece, and Turkey. Switzerland is her ideal holiday destination, as she is particularly fond of nature and mountains and stays in hotels near forests and lakes whenever she travels. She enjoys watching films and television shows, and her favorites are “Harvey” and “How to Train Your Dragon” and “Third Rock from the Sun.”

Rebecca enjoys trying different cuisines, and her favorite is seafood, however, she also enjoys continental cuisine. She is an animal lover and has a dog and a cat as pets. She has been physically active since enrolling in high school and has four to five training sessions per week at the gym; she is also a runner who has completed a half-marathon.

Rebecca Liddicoat: Physical appearance and net worth

Rebecca’s age is 31 years. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, is 5ft 10ins (1.78m) tall, and weighs approximately 150lbs (68kgs); her net worth exceeds $2 million, most of which she obtained in a divorce settlement. Robert, her ex-husband, has a net worth of about $13 million.

Who is Robert Griffin III, the ex-husband of Rebecca?

Robert Lee Griffin III, also known as RG3 and RGIII, was born on February 12, 1990, in Okinawa, Japan; his zodiac sign is Aquarius, and he holds American citizenship. He is well-known for playing quarterback with the Baltimore Ravens in the National Football League.

Robert was born in Okinawa because his father Robert Jr. and mother Jacquelyn were USA Army sergeants stationed in Okinawa at the time of Robert’s birth; they relocated to Tacoma, Washington, shortly after Robert’s birth, and then to Copperas Cove, Texas, when Robert was seven years old.

During his time at Copperas Cove High School, he excelled in football, basketball, and track, breaking two state records in track and was named the greatest high school 400-meter runner in 2007.

Numerous college football teams from Nebraska, Tennessee, and Illinois wanted to recruit him as soon as he graduated high school. He initially signed with Houston but switched to Baylor when Houston’s head coach, Art Briles, accepted a position with the Bears. During his time at Baylor, Robert set new records for track and began playing football for the Bears.

After earning a Master’s degree in communications, he began playing for the Washington Redskins with the number 10 and the name Robert Griffin III on his jersey, becoming the first player to wear a Roman numeral on his jersey. His abilities earned him the NFL Rookie of the Week and NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors.

On 14 November 2012, he was chosen as offensive co-captain of the Redskins. He was also selected to play in the 2013 Pro Bowl, however, injuries prevented him from participating.

On March 24, 2016, he signed a $15 million, two-year contract with the Cleveland Browns and was immediately anointed the starting quarterback. The team released him on March 10, 2017, and he signed with the Baltimore Ravens on April 4, 2018, though he was the backup quarterback and participated in only three games during the 2018 season. As his initial deal was only valid for one year, on March 21, 2019, he signed a new two-year contract with the Ravens and is presently playing for them.

Robert admires Mike Shanahan, a former professional football player who later became the head coach of the Denver Broncos; Robert had the privilege of playing for him for two years while he was with the Redskins. Robert is a Protestant Christian who claims to have a great relationship with God, whom he considers to be his “most significant influence.”

Since signing his first football deal, he has done sponsorships and modeling for a variety of brands, including Adidas, EA Sports, and Nissan, among others.

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