Olivia Culpo will always be there to support Christian McCaffrey, whether he wins or loses. The football player’s team lost the NFC Championship game on January 29, and she paid homage to him via her Instagram Story.

Christian McCaffrey, Olivia Culpo

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McCaffrey and his girlfriend, model and TV star Olivia Culpo, shared a romantic moment after the game. Culpo uploaded a picture of the couple kissing and cuddling on her Instagram Story.

The black-and-white image, which looked to be taken outside of Lincoln Financial Field, was captioned with the words “Beyond proud of you” by Culpo.

Christian McCaffrey: First Player to Score a Postseason Rush

Christian McCaffrey is looking like everything 49ers dreamed of

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After being traded by the Panthers in October, McCaffrey was a crucial component in helping the 49ers win the NFC Championship game. Culpo was a regular on the sidelines throughout the running back’s five-and-a-half seasons with the Panthers.

Despite the fact that the team lost on Sunday. According to ESPN’s Nick Wagoner, McCaffrey became the first player to score a postseason rush touchdown with at least 25 YAC since Jamaal Charles did so for the Chiefs in the 2010 AFC wild-card round with a run that had 25 yards after contact in the second quarter.

Olivia Culpo – Christian McCaffrey: Relationship History

Olivia Culpo

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The Culpo Sisters star Olivia and Christian have been dating since October of 2019. In honour of her new beau, she shared photos of herself having a Panthers-themed manicure on Instagram Stories that month.

On their anniversary a year ago, Olivia wrote Christian a heartfelt love letter reminiscing on their experience. She wrote on Instagram before sharing their love story, “I wasn’t looking for a relationship three years ago. Olivia claims that it all began when her closest friends, NFL player Tyler Gaffney and model Kristen Louelle, called and “asked if I would be open to meeting their friend Christian.”

Published by HOLR Magazine.