Katherine Webb explained why she “left” Hollywood and says she doesn’t regret giving up everything to marry her “forever love” – Houston Texan’s quarterback AJ McCarron – and having two sons.
The 30-year-old model took her with her Instagram story on Tuesday to share a tweet in honor of the seven-year anniversary of sports leader Brent Musburger who called her a “beautiful woman” during a live broadcast of the National Championship Game 2013.
The viral images of the commentator who fluttered over her as she watched her husband-man lead the Alabama Crimson Tide to victory helped her to get known, but she admitted she didn’t really like being in the spotlight.
Family first: Katherine Webb explained why she “left” Hollywood and says she doesn’t regret giving up her fame to marry her husband, AJ McCarron, and have two sons
Looking back: the 30-year-old went to Instagram Stories to share a tweet on the occasion of the seven-year jubilee of sportscaster Brent Musburger broadcasting about her
“I quit” Hollywood “shortly after I realized that I really hated being” famous “and having my personal life there,” Katherine wrote. “But I did great things and met great people along the way.”
The former Miss Alabama then recalled all the things she had achieved in her career before becoming a wife and mother.
“I had a dream come true and I ended up in Sports Illustrated,” she captured a picture of herself spreading it in the magazine’s iconic swimsuit number.
Katherine was photographed with AJ’s college jersey and string bikini bottoms during the football-themed shoot.
Throwback: The images of him who called her ‘beautiful’ during the National Championship Game 2013 brought her to starhood, but she ‘really hated’ being in the spotlight
Memories: the former Miss Alabama continued to share photos of her career heights, including her Sports Illustrated Swimsuit spread in which she wore AJ’s college jersey
Fame game: Katherine appeared in the short-lived reality competition series ‘Splash’ in 2013
Nostalgia: Katherine continued sharing a spicy photo of herself chewing a hamburger and remembering how she made a commercial for Carl’s Jr. filmed.
“I did Splash with a number of other random celebrities,” she continued, placing a promo recording of herself with Kendra Wilkinson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and others in the short-lived reality competition series.
Katherine continued to share a spicy photo of herself chewing on a hamburger and wrote, “I filmed a Carl’s Jr. commercial that was on national television throughout the 2013/2014 football season.”
It was a big year for the model, which also covered the Super Bowl for Inside Edition in 2013, but she admitted it didn’t go as planned.
“In the end I couldn’t do my job as well as I thought because I was being hunted then!” she endorsed a picture of herself surrounded by the press.
On-air moment: Katherine covered the Super Bowl for Inside Edition in 2013
Draw attention: she shared a photo of herself surrounded by the press and admitted that things didn’t go as planned that day
Old friends: in 2013, Katherine and Chrissy Teigen served as MTV co-hosts at Hangout Festival in Gulf Shores, Alabama, where they participated in a shrimp eating competition.
Big time: the two also presented former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck with his MVP award at the Guys Choice Awards that year
It was through Sports Illustrated that Katherine met colleague Chrissy Teigen, with whom she shared a few career heights.
In 2013, the two served as MTV co-hosts at Hangout Festival in Gulf Shores, Alabama, where they participated in a shrimp eating competition.
Katherine and the now-cookbook author also handed out former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck with his MVP award at the Guys Choice Awards that year.
The photo shows her on stage with Chrissy with the word “Rookie” written on her forehead in marker.
“I was an SI Rookie, so they made me angry,” she explained.
No regrets: the model ended her story with a family photo and said she gave up fame to marry her ‘forever love’ AJ and have their sons Tripp, three and Cash, one
Then and now: Katherine and AJ went out with his final study year. They married in 2014
Keep it real: these days, the model usually shares family photos on her Instagram
The last post in her Instagram story is a snapshot of her posing with AJ and their children on the soccer field in NRG Stadium.
“I gave it all up to marry my love and have my boys forever and I would do it all again in a heartbeat,” she wrote. ‘The end.’
Katherine and AJ have two sons together, Tripp, three and Cash, one, and although she sometimes takes a snapshot of a bikini, nowadays she usually shares family photos.
She is also a budding artist and shows her abstract paintings on her @kwmfineart Instagram account.
According to her bio, she is “currently not available for commissions.”