Rebecca Liddicoat:
• Born in Boulder, Colorado USA on 13 August 1988
• Studied at Copperas Cove High School located in Texas and graduated from Baylor University with a bachelor’s degree in biology
• Became a housewife after marrying ex-husband Robert Griffin III
• Divorced Robert in 2016 and received $1.1 million in settlement
• Currently single and has a net worth of over $2 million


Who is Robert Griffin III’s ex-wife Rebecca Liddicoat? Wiki Bio

Rebecca Liddicoat was born in Boulder, Colorado USA, on 13 August 1988 – her sun sign is Leo and she holds American nationality. Rebecca well-known as she is the ex-wife of Robert Griffin III, an American Football player competing in the National Football League (NFL).

Childhood and education

Rebecca was raised by her father Edward and mother Laura in Boulder, and has one older sister named Lindsey. She studied at Copperas Cove High School located in Texas, and then enrolled at Baylor University from which she graduated in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in biology – while there, she served as the Chi Service Club’s president.

Rebecca’s career

Rebecca became a housewife after marrying her (now) ex-husband Robert , and began pursuing her career in biology only after the divorce, however, she hasn’t disclosed any further details regarded to her career.

Love life and marriage with Robert Griffin

Robert and Rebecca met at Baylor University in 2009, and they began dating shortly after being introduced to each other – a year later they announced their engagement in 2010, and their wedding took place at the Denver Four Seasons located in Denver, Colorado on 6 July 2013, and Rebecca gave birth to their child Reese Ann on 21 May 2015.

Their divorce was finalized on 16 August 2016, due to what Robert and Rebecca refer to as ‘mutual disagreements’ – Rebecca received $1.1 million as settlement which is half the value of their Texas Mansion, and she also demanded $36,000 per month for child support. Robert went on to marry Grete Sadeiko on 10 March 2018, and she gave birth to their son in December 2018, and daughter in September 2019.

Rebecca is currently single and has not remarried.

Hobbies and interests

Rebecca is a traveler who has been to most US states, and has also traveled to several countries in Europe, such as Croatia, Greece, and Turkey. Her dream travel destination is Switzerland – she is very fond of nature and mountains, and usually stays at hotels close to forests and lakes while travelling. She likes to watch movies and TV series and her favorites are “Harvey” and “How to Train Your Dragon” movies and the “Third Rock from the Sun” TV series.

Rebecca likes tasting different cuisines and her favorite is seafood while she is also fond of continental food – she is a lover of animals and has a pet dog and a cat. She has been physically active since she enrolled at high school and has 4-5 training sessions at the gym each week – she is also a runner and has completed a half-marathon.

Appearance and net worth

Rebecca is 31 years old. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, is 5ft 10ins (1.78m) tall, and weighs around 150lbs (68kgs) – her net worth is over $2 million most of which she received as a divorce settlement. Her ex-husband Robert’s net worth is over $13 million.

Who is Robert Griffin III, Rebecca’s ex-husband?

Robert Lee Griffin III, also known as RG3 and RGIII, was born in Okinawa, Japan on 12 February 1990 – his zodiac sign is Aquarius and he holds American nationality. He is popular for being a football quarterback playing for the Baltimore Ravens competing in the NFL.

Robert Griffin

Robert was born in Okinawa because his father Robert Jr. and his mother Jacquelyn are USA Army sergeants who were at the time situated in Okinawa – they moved to Tacoma in Washington not long after Robert was born, and later settled in Copperas Cove in Texas when Robert was seven.

While attending Copperas Cove High School, he was playing football, basketball, and ran track excelling in all three sports – he broke two state records in track and was in 2007 named the best high school 400-meter runner.

Numerous college football teams from Nebraska, Tennessee, and Illinois wanted to recruit him as soon as he matriculates and he initially signed with Houston but switched to Baylor after the head coach of Houston, Art Briles moved to coach at Baylor – while at college, Robert set new records for track, and began playing football for the Bears.

After graduating with a Master’s degree in communications, he began playing for the Washington Redskins wearing number 10, while he wore a jersey with ‘Robert Griffin III’ written on it, making him the first player to wear a Roman numeral on his jersey. His skills won him the NFL Rookie of the Week award, and he was also named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week.

On 14 November 2012, he was made the offensive co-captain of the Redskins, and  was named to play in the 2013 Pro Bowl, but had to pass due to his injuries.

On 24 March 2016, he signed a two-year contract with the Cleveland Browns worth $15 million, and was instantly named the starting quarterback. On 10 March 2017 he was let go by the team, but then on 4 April 2018 signed with the Baltimore Ravens, however, he was the team’s backup quarterback, and played in only three games in the 2018 season. As his initial contract was only valid for a year, he signed a new two-year contract with the Ravens on 21 March 2019, and is currently playing for them.

Robert looks up to Mike Shanahan, a professional footballer who went on to become the head coach of Denver Broncos – Robert had the honor to play under his coaching for two years while he was with the Redskins. Robert is a Protestant Christian and claims to have a strong connection with God who, as he believes, has been the ‘most important influence’.

He has been doing endorsements and modelling since he signed his first football contract, and has worked with worldwide-known companies including Adidas, EA Sports, and Nissan among others.


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