Kate Upton and Justin Verlander’s daughter, Genevieve, helped celebrate the Houston Astros player’s World Series win on Saturday.
The 4-year-old was all smiles at the MLB game against the Philadelphia Phillies over the weekend, wearing a jersey honoring her dad.
Upton gushed to Fox Sports about the “incredible experience,” saying the win was “worth” their time apart as a family.
“Having Justin home and being able to be together as a family is so amazing and then to go to the exact extreme and be here at the World Series and then win is just so exciting,” the actress, 30, said.
“We miss him every time he goes away,” the “Other Woman” star added.
After saying she and Genevieve did “A+ cheering” during the game, Upton noted, “This is the most we get to see him. … He’s such an artist out there. When he’s pitching, it’s really so creative, such an art and we are so honored.”
The model and her husband, 39, welcomed their baby girl in November 2018.
Since Genevieve’s arrival, the couple have hidden her face on social media and mostly kept her out of the public eye.
In July, however, the trio posed for rare family pics on the MLB All-Star red carpet.
Upton told her Instagram followers at the time that it was “so fun having the family together.”
She and Verlander began dating in 2014, and the athlete got down on one knee two years later.
“5 years down… forever to go!” Upton captioned her tribute. ” Life with you never gets old. I love you @justinverlander. Happy Anniversary!.”
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