Simone Biles Posts Photos of Trip to Chicago with Husband Jonathan Owens: 'Weekend in Windy City'

The couple married in April this year and had a second ceremony in Mexico in May

<p>Simone Biles/Instagram</p> Simone Biles and Jonathan Owens

Simone Biles/Instagram

Simone Biles and Jonathan Owens

Simone Biles is her husband Jonathan Owens' "biggest cheerleader."

On Saturday, the Olympic gymnast, 26, posted a carousel of photos from a trip to Chicago on Instagram which appeared to be from her visit last weekend to watch the Green Bay Packers player in his first regular-season Packers game against the Chicago Bears — which saw the Packers win 38-20 at Soldier Field stadium.

“A weekend in windy city,” Biles captioned her post.

The sweet series of images began with a sun-drenched selfie of the Olympic gold medallist, with what appeared to be Owens standing at the edge of the shot.

In another snap, the couple posed together indoors. Biles smiled at the camera with her tongue slightly poked out as her husband leant forward over her.

<p>Simone Biles/Instagram</p> Biles and Owens reunited in Chicago this weekend

Simone Biles/Instagram

Biles and Owens reunited in Chicago this weekend

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The pair — who married in April and celebrated with a second ceremony in Mexico in May — also smiled as they posed in another shot posted by Biles. In the pic, the gymnast stood on tiptoes as the couple embraced.

“My biggest cheerleader ❤️❤️,” Owens responded to the post in the comment section.

Other photos shared by the gold-medalist showed Biles holding up a restaurant menu that read, ‘WELCOME TO F------ MAPLE & ASH! SIMONE!’, and her posing with friends in a blurry mirror selfie.

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<p>Simone Biles/Instagram</p> Biles shared photos from the reunion trip on Instagram

Simone Biles/Instagram

Biles shared photos from the reunion trip on Instagram

Biles recently revealed she was saying goodbye to husband for six weeks. Last Sunday, she shared one of the same photos from her Saturday carousel — showing her with Owens standing outside together — on her Instagram Story, writing “see you in 6 weeks babe.”

Before attending her husband’s first-season game in Chicago, Biles opened up about making her marriage work long-distance, “less than a week” after tying the knot in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, as she appeared on the Today show the week prior.

“Right after Cabo he went to Green Bay and signed, and two days later, he was up there, so it’s been different,” the Olympic gymnast told host Hoda Kotb. "At least we're both busy and focusing on our respective sports. It's been nice."

Carmen Mandato/Getty Biles and Owens are in a long-distance marriage as Owens plays in Green Bay
Carmen Mandato/Getty Biles and Owens are in a long-distance marriage as Owens plays in Green Bay

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Biles added that she and Owens "cherish the moments that we get together," and shared that the NFL player is "doing great out in Green Bay.”

Biles, of course, has her own career to focus on also. After winning her eighth national title in California last month, the gymnast shared recently that she has her sights set on competing in the 2024 Olympic games.

Right now I would say that’s the path that I would love to go,” Biles told Kotb, 59, on the Today show earlier this month, when asked about the likelihood of her return next year. “Everything we’re doing leading up to this next Games is very intentional,” she added.

Despite their commitment to their respective sports, the couple is also focused on building their life together.

At the beginning of September, Biles posted photos of the newlyweds visiting the construction site of a house currently being built for them.

"Loading… 🏠🤍🛠," the Olympic gold medalist wrote in a simple caption.

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