Brooks Koepka: Girlfriend Jena Sims STUNS in cute bardot dress
Brooks Koepka’s wife, Jena Sims, has admitted that she wasn’t mad at her husband for inadvertently revealing their baby’s gender during an interview. The four-time major winner referred to the expecting couple’s child-to-be as ‘he’ when discussing the pregnancy during a LIV Golf event.
Earlier this month, Sims announced that she and Koepka were expecting their first child on the American golfer’s 33rd birthday. The two married last summer after being in a relationship for five years.
When announcing that she was expecting, Sims, who is a model and actress, did not disclose the gender of their baby at the time. The announcement featured Koepka holding a sonogram while his wife exposed her bump.
The golfer only kept it a secret for less than a fortnight before unwittingly gendering their baby during an interview at a LIV Golf event in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Koepka was choosing which traits he wanted the baby to inherit from himself and his wife when letting slip their baby’s gender.
“I hope he gets a lot more traits from my wife than he does me,” a laughing Koepka said via the New York Post. “I think, me, probably discipline. I think I’m pretty disciplined when it comes down to work. And then my wife’s sense of humour. You always want to be funny, right?”
Acknowledging the inadvertent announcement on her social media, Sims took the slip up well. “Since someone let it out of the bag yesterday, I’ll share our fun little reveal!” she posted on her Instagram Stories.
“I wasn’t mad at all… (only because my husband thinks I’m hilarious, apparently).” Sims also revealed they found out as a couple by biting into a doughnut filled with blue icing.
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On the course in Oklahoma, Koepka finished in a tie for fourth with rival Bryson DeChambeau and Spain’s Eugenio Chacarra. Instead, Dustin Johnson won the inaugural LIV Golf Tulsa title.
Next for the American is the year’s second major, the US PGA Championship, which starts Thursday at Oak Hill in Rochester, New York state. Koepka is a two-time tournament winner, claiming the title in back-to-back years between 2018 and 2019 during his peak.
The West Palm Beach native will be confident after rekindling his form from that time at the Masters last month. Koepka eventually finished in a tie for second place at Augusta after being a 54-hole leader before Jon Rahm came from behind to clinch the green jacket.
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