Veronica Khomin offers a fascinating insight into what it means to be married to an NFL head coach.
The Ukrainian model, 32, married LA Rams head Sean McVay earlier this year.
Khomin and McVay exchanged vows and celebrated in June at the plush Beverly Hills Hotel.
The loved-up couple have known each other for nearly a decade, having met when Veronica was a student at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.
McVay became the youngest NFL coach in history when he took over for the Rams in 2017.
The newly-married couple now live in a luxurious 9,000-square-foot farmhouse-style mansion in Hidden Hills.
But being the spouse of an NFL head coach isn’t as easy or perhaps as glamorous as it sounds.
Veronica has 86k followers on Instagram and recently she conducted a Q&A session with her fans.
She opened the door to what it really means to be someone’s wife in the crazy world of the NFL — and spending time with friends and family as a result.
Asked ‘what’s the hardest part about being married to someone who has to be tied down to their job’, Veronica wrote: “Time together. Definitely. Time for friends and family.”
“When there is so much responsibility that comes with a job, it is difficult to be present in all areas of life at the same time.
McVay led his team to the Super Bowl earlier this year and has dedicated himself to his work.
Veronica believes that wasting time with friends and family is a small price to pay – if that’s what makes her happy.
Khomin continued: “He chose this career path, he has a lot of passion for football and what it provides for our lives and future.
“I also know what I signed up for. So it’s one of those things that you can see as a temporary challenge.
“It’s also a blessing in many ways and as long as she’s happy so am I.”
And he revealed that he’s turned away from football when McVay leaves the Rams facility.
When asked if he is a 24/7 football man, Verokina replied: “Coach Sean is only Coach Sean at work ;)”
Khomin is now a real estate salesperson and says she helps “buy, sell, rent and everything in between”.
She is often seen supporting her husband at Rams games – who may need him more than ever after L.A.’s poor 2022 season.
The defending Super Bowl champions are currently 3-6, taking on the New Orleans Saints in Week 11 with an injury-plagued side.