Véronique LaRosee is the gorgeous wife of professional hockey player, Marc-Andre Fleury. Her French-Canadian husband is currently a player with the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Véronique LaRosee’s hubby was born Marc-Andre Fleury on November 28, 1984 in Montreal. The goalkeeper was selected first overall by the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2003, becoming the third goaltender to be chosen first, joining Michel Plasse (Montreal Canadiens, 1968) and Rick DiPietro (New York Islanders, 2000).
Fleury also known by his nickname flower, played for Team Canada in the World Junior Championships, winning back-to-back silver medals in 2003 and 2004.
Fleury assumed the No. 1 role with the Penguins during the 2005-06 season, after three Stanley Cup Final appearances and two championships. Finally, in 2009, Fleury won a Stanley Cup with the team, two years later, he was selected to his first NHL All-Star team. Fleury won the Stanley Cup for the second time in 2016.
The vet goalkeeper has also found success outside the ice. He was in a long time relationship with his now wife, Veronique. The two had been dating since their teenage years before getting married almost five-years ago. Meet the lucky woman below.
Veronique LaRosee has been incredibly supportive of her hubby’s career, the two have shared many special moments together.
Together for many years but married since 2012, the couple are the proud parents of two adorable daughters.
LaRosee gave birth to daughter Estelle in 2013. The couple welcomed second daughter, Scarlett in 2015.
But aside from being a supportive NHL wag and mother of two, Mrs. Fleury is also a businesswoman. Along with friend Catherine, she launched her own kids clothing line which they offer in their website, Alex et Estelle.
Accoridng to the website the two moms have a passion for their kids, fashion and philanthropy so with every purchase the two moms give back a portion to children in need! How cool is that.
You can find Veronique LaRosee on Instagram here.