Penrith NRL star Brian To’o and his wife share incredible news with fans – after he annoyed her with a highly rated X-rated remark minutes after they got married
- The Panther and Origin star is about to expand her family
- Another NRL star buys baby shirt
- A happy couple post their news on social media
Penrith Panthers winger Brian To’o and his wife Sala Moesha are expecting their first child, the delighted couple have announced.
The 24-year-old posted the incredible news on Instagram after asking for her hand moments after her side beat Souths 14 – 12 in the 2021 Grand Final.
“I just told her she’s the best thing that ever happened to me,” he said of that memorable afternoon.
Mother’s Day last weekend and Ms. Moesha To’o proudly shows off her baby bump on Instagram.
The day NRL star Brian To’o became incredibly happy when he married his longtime girlfriend Moesha Crichton, the sister of teammate Stephen.
Their post showed the pair holding a Panthers jersey with the number five – the same number To’o wears – and “Baby To’o” written on the back, along with the caption “our newbie” and a fit emoji of love heart.
The post was shared by the Panthers’ official social media accounts with the caption: ‘The family is growing’. Congratulations to Bizza and Moesha.’
The couple also posted several photos, including one of Moesha receiving Mother’s Day balloons while cradling her baby bump.
There is no indication of the sex of the child yet.
The couple tied the knot in December 2022 in front of teammates, family and friends in a joyful, tear-filled ceremony.
However, controversy erupted moments after the nuptials when the couple drove away in a golf cart in a scene captured on TikTok video.
To’o was heard saying, “I’m going to eat your ass tonight” before his clearly annoyed bride scolded him and said, “Oh my god!”
The popular winger’s good news was greeted with delight by fans, fellow players and friends, who offered their congratulations.
To’o asked his girlfriend Moesha to marry him (pictured) moments after playing for Penrith in the 2021 Grand Final against Souths
The talented To’o is seen in action as Penrith crushed the Roosters last Friday night
Api Koroisau, now with the Tigers said: ‘yes fam! Congratulations to you guys and he was joined by Matt Burton from Canterbury, Charlie Staines from the Tigers, teammate Stephen Crichton, media star Beau Ryan, Scott Sorensen and Jarome Luai all sent their heartfelt wishes.
Former team-mate Viliame Kikau, now at Canterbury, said: “Congratulations to you both. It’s time to grow up now uso [brother].’
And Panthers lock Isaah Yeo added: “Congratulations!! Hope this means you’re maturing ffs.
This seemed to be a common theme throughout the playful congratulations thread.
The Panthers travel to Suncorp Stadium this Thursday for a massive clash with the Brisbane Broncos.