Keeta Vaccaro has been married to Miami Dolphins star wide receiver Tyreek Hill since November of 2023.
Vaccaro attended the University of Miami, where she graduated in 2019 with a degree in marketing and entrepreneurship.
She is not an only child, as she has three siblings. Vaccaro has a brother who was a former NFL player. He played for the New Orleans Saints and Tennessee Titans across his eight seasons in the NFL, and he retired from the league following the 2020 season.
Hill and Vaccaro got engaged at an Independence Day party on July 4 of 2021. Hill told TMZ that his former teammate, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, shared in his excitement.
“As soon as I did it, I called up my boy Pat, like, ‘I’m in the club now man, I’m in the club!'” Hill said. “He was pretty fired up. He was pretty turned up by that.”
Vaccaro has her own fitness brand titled Own Flow, which she founded back in August of 2022. Vaccaro uses the brand’s Instagram page to post workout videos as well as pictures and videos of healthy meals she prepares for herself.
Own Flow isn’t the only brand that Vaccaro is involved in. In January of last year, she became the co-founder of Investaccess, which is designed to work with start-up companies.
Vaccaro and Hill tied the knot on Nov. 8 of last year in the state of Texas. The Dolphins had a bye week at the time and were fresh off a loss to Hill’s former team in the Chiefs on Nov. 5.
Hill spoke on his decision to finally marry Vaccaro after the two had been engaged for two years.
“I was spending a lot of time with my kids, spending a lot of time with her, and the conversation just came up,” he said. “I was like, ‘Babe, we’ve been engaged so long, are you ready to tie the knot?'”
The 29-year-old wide receiver appeared in 16 of the Dolphins’ 17 games during the 2023 regular season and totaled 1,799 receiving yards, 13 receiving touchdowns and 83 first downs receiving. Plus, his longest reception on the season was for a whopping 78 yards.
Hill earned the eighth Pro Bowl nod of his pro career for his contributions with the Dolphins this season.
In the Dolphins’ playoff game against the Chiefs earlier this month, he racked up 62 receiving yards and one receiving touchdown on five receptions in a game Miami went on to lose by a final score of 26-7.