Football is a popular sport, particularly in the United States of America and that usually means its players are one of America’s most popular personalities. However, one unintended consequence of the popularity is the extended attention given to their spouses and partners, something Brett Hundley, a quarterback in the NFL has personally come to learn about through his wife, Dawnielle Baucham.
Many partners and players in the NFL have different opinions of the attention given to WaGs (Wives and Girlfriends) as they referred to in the news and gossip industry. While some revel in it, some see it as another unfair sacrifice for life as a football player. For Brett Hundley and Dawnielle Baucham, they are reveling in it, unbothered by the attention.
Here, we take a closer look at their relationship and the life of Dawnielle Baucham as a whole. Read on to learn more.
Dawnielle Baucham’s Biography
Dawnielle Baucham is her real name, but if her dreams to be a successful singer becomes a reality, you are going to know her as Dionne Anyah, her stage name. She was born on the 19th of November, 1993 in Los Angeles, California to unknown parents and was equally raised in the city of angels, where she had a lovely childhood, earning the nickname ‘flower child’ from her parents.
Although other details of her familial relationship are unknown, Dawnielle Baucham began her education at Junipero Serra High School where the singer exhibited her first set of talents as a runner as a member of her school’s athletics team.
At the high school level, she recorded achievements such as winning the 4×400 meters relay race in the 2011 California State Championship. At the completion of her high school education, she headed over to the University of California, where she studied philosophy and music, majoring in the former.
While she earned her degree in the subjects, she also continued to be a part of her school’s track team. After she graduated University, Dawnielle Baucham set out to develop a career in one of her interests, music.
Taking advantage of her academic knowledge and her own inherent talents, Dawnielle began her career a singer and songwriter and has released a couple of singles, including an EP. Some of her songs include YouPhoria High, Patiently Waiting and a couple more others. She released her first studio project, an EP titled Alpha, with a total of fourteen songs.
Although she is yet to hit mainstream popularity and success, Dawnielle has been making show appearances in Los Angeles, performing in various venues.
Outside of her music and being the wife of one of NFL’s popular quarterbacks, Dawnielle is also a known philanthropist who has her own foundation in partnership with her husband called The Hundley Hero Foundation. One of her target causes includes raising funds and awareness for breast cancer.
Despite the mystery that surrounds Dawnielle Baucham’s background, especially her familial background, we have been able to learn a whole lot more about her own nuclear family with Brett Hundley.
Dawnielle met her future husband in UCLA, back when he was a player for the UCLA Bruins and she was a member of the school’s track team. The began dating in 2012 and after four years of being a couple, eventually walked down the aisle on the 8th of July, 2016, in a modest ceremony in front of their family and friends.
Despite rumors of a potential divorce between the couple, Dawnielle Baucham and Brett Hundley have remained together, unitedly pursuing their various individual goals. So far, the couple does not have any shared children but it is expected they will have a couple in the near future.
Other Facts About Dawnielle Baucham – Brett Hundley’s Wife
Some of her hobbies include cooking, baking, dancing, drawing, web design, traveling and a few more others.
Dawnielle Baucham is allergic to shellfish
Dawnielle is believed to have an estimated net worth of $1 million, which she has earned through her career as a musician. Her husband, Brett Hundley on the other hand, has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Her husband, Brett is a known quarterback who was drafted into the NFL by the Green Bay Packers and has played for two other teams ever since – the Seattle Seahawks and the Arizona Cardinals.
Her song, I’m Done, sparked rumors of a divorce from her husband but it turned out to be false.