Social media has had an absolute field day after JJ Watt’s fiancee couldn’t help but take a peek at his text messaging at Game 1 of the World Series on Wednesday.
NFL superstar Watt and his pro soccer player fiancee Kealia Ohai were in attendance as the Houston Astros hosted the Washington Nationals at Minute Maid Park.
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Watt and Ohai are Houtson sporting royalty - playing for the Texans and Dash respectively - and were given the royal treatment.
But when the camera flashed to the star couple in the crowd during the game, fans noticed Ohai was sneakily checking to see what/who Watt was texting on his phone.
Fans found the moment particularly funny, with many saying not even Watt is immune from a curious girlfriend.
JJ Watt’s girlfriend just could not look away 😂 pic.twitter.com/WpsaYZVshx— Palmira Ríos (@palmirayicela) October 23, 2019
JJ Watt getting that phone fisheye’d— Phil Hughes (@PJHughes45) October 23, 2019
JJ Watt's girl was reading the hell outta those texts lol. pic.twitter.com/8nXVO2QQkv— 𝖌𝖗𝖎𝖙 (@GRITknox) October 23, 2019
Damn... she's a better defender than JJ Watt pic.twitter.com/1xBzkrWGWj— Quinn (@Ghost_Wave) October 23, 2019
JJ Watt’s girl making sure no other females are getting the “you up” text tonight pic.twitter.com/UqX2k681Wh— The Book of Boone (@TheBookOfBoone) October 23, 2019
Watt and Ohai announced their engagement in May.
Unfortunately they couldn’t bring the Astros any luck, the Nationals winning Game 1 to take a 5-4 lead.
Nationals take 1-0 lead
Behind a memorable three-hit performance from 20-year-old outfielder Juan Soto, it was the Nationals who emerged with a 5-4 victory in Game 1.
Soto homered, doubled, singled and even stole a base, which put him in a category all by himself.
Youngest players to hit a home run AND steal a base in the same game in ANY postseason contest— Jason Catania (@JayCat11) October 23, 2019
Juan Soto: 20 years, 362 days in 2019 World Series Game 1
Derek Jeter: 22 years, 105 days in 1996 ALCS Game 1
Gleyber Torres: 22 years, 298 days in 2019 ALDS Game 3
The victory was Washington’s first in a World Series game.
The Nationals became the first team to beat Gerrit Cole since May 22 — a span covering 25 regular season and postseason starts.
They also became the first team to score multiple runs against him in a game this postseason.
with Yahoo Sports US