|Full Name||Emily Vakos|
|Birth Name||Emily Vakos|
|Birth City||Dallas, Texas|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Education||Arizona State University|
|Date of Birth||January 9,1994|
|Married Date||December 29,2018|
American celebrity wife Emily Vakos gained fame and media coverage after she tied the knot with the professional baseball first baseman Anthony Rizzo. He currently plays baseball for the Chicago Cubs of Major League Baseball. He won Silver Slugger Award, Gold Glove Awards, and Roberto Clemente Awards.
Emily Vakos was born on 9th January 1994, in Dallas, Texas, United States. He belongs to white ethnicity and holds the American nationality.
She graduated from Arizona State University with nutrition and food management and natural science.
After her graduation, she worked as Sales Associated at the Mal Malouf Boutique and later worked as an Intern in Scottsdale Unified School District.
Emily Vakos is married to professional baseball player Anthony Rizzo. Emily and Anthony first met in Arizona for spring training in 2016. The couple dated for two years.
Anthony planned a surprise for Emily and had a firework display on their engagement on the 1st of June 2018.
The pair walked down the aisle on 29th December 2018 and has been living together since then.
There is no past history of her dating history. On the other hand, her husband was dating Chelsea Smith before marrying Emily Vakos.
Emily Vakos has earned a good amount of from her career. She has an estimated net worth of $500k, as of 2020.
Emily Vakos' husband has an estimated net worth of $27 million. On 12th May 2013, Rizzo signed a $41 million deal for a 7-year contract Chicago Cubs. He earned a base salary of $1 million from the Chicago Cubs.
Emily and Rizzo also kept their house in Parkland, Florida, at sale for $2.4 million.
Anthony Vincent Rizzo AKA Anthony Rizzo is a professional baseball first baseman. She is currently playing for the Chicago Cubs for Major League Baseball.
Before that, he played for the San Diego Padres and was his debut team as a baseball player. For a year, he played for the San Diego Padres and then went on to play for the Chicago Cubs.
Antony not only played for Chicago Cubs but also won the Silver Slugger Award, Gold Glove Award, and Roberto Clemente Award in 2016 at the World Series and two more Gold Glove Award in 2018 and 2019.