Freddie Freeman and Chelsea Freeman | Source: Instagram.com/chelseafreeman5
Freddie Freeman and Chelsea Freeman | Source: Instagram.com/chelseafreeman5

Who Is Freddie Freeman's Wife? Meet Chelsea Freeman, Mother of Three Children and a Loving Spouse

Bettina Dizon
Oct 24, 2022
02:30 A.M.
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Freddie Freeman's wife, Chelsea Freeman, is a wonderful mother to their three children. She is also a supportive wife and a career woman, focusing on her job in real estate.


Behind a successful man is a great woman, and for Freddie Freeman, that woman is his wife, Chelsea Freeman. Freddie made his name known in the sports world as a skilled professional baseball player.

The athlete dedicated most of his career to the Atlanta Braves and became the team's Most Valuable Player in its 2020 season. While excelling in his craft, Chelsea is most proud of her husband of eleven years.


Chelsea may be famously known for being the wife of a successful baseball player, but she is a star in her own right with a thriving career.

Who Is Chelsea Freeman?

Born Chelsea Marie Goff on April 24, 1991, in South Florida, she was raised by her mother, Pat Goff. Information about Chelsea's family remains private, so not much is known about her dad or siblings.

Chelsea was still in high school when she wanted to become a model. However, her mother did not allow her to pursue such a path at a young age. Only when she was studying at the University of Central Florida in 2010 did she work as a model on the side.

According to Chelsea's Model Mayhem profile, she joined the Spring Break Nationals bikini competition, for which she placed third. She also worked for magazine features and brand events, including Ferrari, Harley Davidson, Axe, and Black Roberts Rum.


Unfortunately, Chelsea's modeling career ended after her college graduation. She later pursued a career in real estate, becoming an agent for Keller Williams Real Estate, where she focuses on properties in Atlanta, Georgia. Her job has become a full-time career, selling homes that range from $3 to $8 million.

Chelsea Freeman and Freddie Freeman's Relationship Timeline

Chelsea and Freddie met in 2011 while she was still a college student with a modeling career. It didn't take long before they dated and fell in love.

After over a year of dating, Chelsea moved to Atlanta, where her then-boyfriend built his baseball career. It was at that time that Chelsea launched her real estate venture. The athlete proposed on January 19, 2014, and announced the wonderful news on Twitter.

Later that year, on November 22, Chelsea and Freddie exchanged wedding vows at St. Regis Bal Harbor in Miami, Florida. The beautiful bride looked stunning in a white Lazaro bridal gown, while her dapper groom dressed in an Evan DeLaney tux. The newlywed couple both had custom outfits made for their special day.


Photos from the wedding made their way to Chelsea's Instagram account, where she commemorated their first dance as husband and wife, calling the celebration the best day ever.

Despite exhausting all efforts, Chelsea and Freddie were met with disappointment. They were almost convinced that a surrogate mom would be the only option, so they prepared for an embryo transfer.

Glimpses of the couple's wedding were also televised in TLC's "Say Yes to the Dress." Chelsea's stunning bridal dress with ruffles at the bottom was the main feature of the show's episode.

Family of Five

Chelsea and Freddie always wanted a big family. Freddie, in particular, couldn't wait to become a father, significantly since he grew up close to his dad, Fred. Chelsea revealed that from a young age, her husband had always wanted to father many kids.


Starting a family came quickly for the couple. It didn't take long for Chelsea to become pregnant and give birth to their firstborn, Charlie. Unfortunately, her emergency cesarean delivery had implications for a second conception.

Getting pregnant again became difficult for the duo, and at some point, it became a difficult topic of discussion. A year and a half later, Chelsea and Freddie decided to seek help from professionals and undergo treatments. Chelsea said:

"It was a lot of doctors' appointments, a lot of procedures, a lot of tests. A lot of them by myself because it was during baseball season [...]."

Despite exhausting all efforts, Chelsea and Freddie were met with disappointment. They were almost convinced that a surrogate mom would be the only option, so they prepared for an embryo transfer.


But as the pandemic began, Chelsea's pregnancy test came out positive. It was undoubtedly an emotional moment for the couple, who still went through with the surrogate.

On December 30, 2020, Chelsea gave birth to their second son, Brandon John, named after his maternal great-grandfather. Their little family welcomed Maximus Turner on February 14, 2021, through the surrogate mother. His name paid homage to the place Freddie played his first game with the Braves.

Chelsea took the fantastic news to social media with a drawing of their family of five. Although the couple knows the next few years will be tiring as parents, they couldn't be any happier with their three children.


Several men in the sports industry have been supported by amazing women behind the scenes, including legendary NFL star Michael Vick. The athlete married Kijafa Vick in 2012, who, while supporting her husband, became an executive producer and entrepreneur.

In 2017, Michael retired from the game he so loved. However, his retirement allowed him to spend more time with his wife and their four children. Throughout Michael and Kijafa's marriage, they learned to be each other's cheerleaders and number-one fans.


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