Watch: Sean McVay's model wife Veronika Khomyn shares jaw-dropping moments from dream vacation

Sean McVay and wife Veronika Khomyn at Critics Choice Awards.
Sean McVay and wife Veronika Khomyn at Critics Choice Awards.

Sean McVay has spent 2022 celebrating a pair of huge milestones. The head coach of the Los Angeles Rams led his team to a Super Bowl win over the Cincinnati Bengals. McVay then married longtime girlfriend Veronika Khomyn in June.

Mr. and Mrs. McVay are now soaking in the summer sun ahead of training camp. Khomyn took to Instagram to post clips of their summer vacation.

In the clip, the couple appear to be at a tropical destination with friends and family.

McVay and Khomyn first met when he was a coach for Washington and she attended George Mason University. The couple got engaged on June 22, 2019.

Sean McVay and the Los Angeles Rams prepare to defend their Super Bowl title

By and large, the Los Angeles Rams will be running the same team that won the title in February. Notable changes to the roster include the departure of linebacker Von Miller (signed with the Buffalo Bills) and Odell Beckham Jr. (still a free agent, but expected to re-sign).

That look when you go from 4 Years of Matt Nagy, to then Sean McVay

The team added former Chicago Bears receiver Allen Robinson II while Cam Akers miraculously returned ahead of schedule from an Achilles injury.

Quarterback Matthew Stafford and his breakfast buddy, wide receiver Cooper Kupp, will also look to continue their magical connection from the previous season. The addition of Bobby Wagner solidifies a vaunted defense that still features Aaron Donald and Jalen Ramsey.


On the coaching staff, Sean McVay’s offensive coordinator Kevin O’Connell took the Minnesota Vikings head coaching job. In his stead, the Rams brought on Liam Coen as their offensive coordinator, and Raheem Morris as defensive coordinator.

Coen previously served as the offensive coordinator for the Kentucky Wildcats. Morris arrived in L.A. after being the defensive coordinator and later the interim head coach of the Atlanta Falcons in 2020.

As it stands, the Rams will be the favorites in the NFC West. Currently, the Rams are fourth favorites to win the Super Bowl at +1200. They sit behind the Buffalo Bills (+650), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+850), and the Kansas City Chiefs (+950).

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