Legendary Indianapolis Colts quarterback, Philip Rivers was known for his one-of-a-kind, monumentally unique way of passing a football during his sports career, but he is as equally known for his busy personal life with his family. A professed man of god, all-around family guy, and devoted husband, Philip may be the star of his family we all see, but in truth, there is a formidable matriarch in his wife holding it all together behind the scenes.
From Freshman Year to the Altar
Philip met his future wife, Tiffany, at their small-town Alabama alma mater high school when they were just teenagers, and the pair have been together ever since. Going on to attend the same college university in North Carolina, Tiffany was the biggest cheerleader as Philip started his football career. The 2 married in 2001after 5 years of dating, and went on to welcome their first child—a daughter—less than a year later.
No Instagram Feed for Tiffany
You’d be hard-pressed to find any deep information out there online about Tiffany, other than what she and Philip have revealed themselves in interviews. Tiffany has no social media, and is avidly against putting her life out on the internet, preferring to live in the present, non-posting kind of life. But it isn’t just Tiffany who made the choice to stay offline—her entire family, including parents, siblings, and cousins, are also all but a mystery when it comes to social media presence. Judging by the entire family’s long-running, fairytale-esque lifestyle of harmony, we’d say keeping their private lives private has been a wise decision.
20 Years and 9 Kids Later…
Philip and Tiffany have 9 kids ranging from ages 2 to 19, and as devout Catholics, both have been vocal about being open with no limit to how big their family will grow. Philip has said that they leave it in God’s hand and are open to how ever many children the Lord thinks they are meant for. And if you think Tiffany is busy enough with raising these kids, she still finds the time to manage her own, wildly successful swim wear line, and lead a non-profit for childhood diabetes, too.