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Where Is Daniela Rajic From? Interesting Facts About Paul George Wife-To-Be

Where Is Daniela Rajic From? Interesting Facts About Paul George Wife-To-Be

Where Is Daniela Rajic From? Interesting Facts About Paul George Wife-To-Be

Daniela Accused Paul Of Offering Her $1 Million To Abort Their First Child

Paul and Rajic’s relationship, reportedly, started off on a bit messy page. Unlike other relationships, there were three people involved.

Several sources confirm, when the millionaire sportsman found out about Daniela’s pregnancy, he was then dating Charlie Rivers, the daughter of LA Clippers head coach Doc Rivers.

Daniela Rajics Now-Fiance Paul Callie Rivers In The Past
Daniela Rajic’s fiance, Paul George Ex-Girlfriend Callie Rivers & Her Husband Seth Curry (right).

After Paul’s affair with the-then stripper became public, the California-born basketball player and Callie ended their relationship. Callie later went on to marry Philadelphia 76ers guard Seth Curry.

Sources had it that Paul had tried to resolve Rajic’s issue with money. As such, the former employee of Tootsies accused Paul of offering her one million dollars to abort the pregnancy.

However, responding to the now mother of his children, George denied that he offered her money to do any such thing.

Daniela Rajic And Paul George Agreed To Have The Joint Custody Of Their First Child

Sometime after the news of the pregnancy, Rajic filed a paternity suit against the Los Angeles Clippers no 13. The tests confirmed Daniela was indeed pregnant with Paul’s child. Knowing this, the basketball player then filed for full custody of their daughter, Olivia. The New Yorker gave birth to her on May 1, 2014.

Daniela Rajic Has A Daughter Olivia With Paul George.
Daniela and Paul’s first child, Olivia.

Paul and Daniela eventually settled to share the custody of Olivia. Paul’s attorney confirmed the news and came up with a statement that said the athlete and the dancer had reached a settlement with full joint custody. He also said the All-Star 2016 would be providing the financial package for his daughter. He added that the couple was going to raise their daughter together.

The attorney said Paul had always intended to do the right thing, and he had found it thrilling to be a father. The NBA star’s team said the settlements were going to be generous. The mother was going to have equal rights in raising her daughter.

After settling for joint custody, Daniela relocated to New York to allow Paul to be closer to Olivia.

People Were Shocked When They Found Out George And Daniela’s Second Child

Many believe Rajic and Paul were together for the sake of their daughter and that they didn’t love each other. The couple, however, nullified the assumptions when they announced the birth of their second daughter, Natasha in late 2017.

Paul And Daniela Welcomed Their Second Child, Natasha In Nov 2017.
Paul with his daughters, Olivia and Natasha.

Apparently, Rajic and the father of her two daughters got pretty close after the former moved to New York. Daniela’s relocation consequently gave her and Paul to settle their differences. Not long after, they had their second child, Natasha on Nov 1, 2017.

They Had Their Third Child In 2021

Paul George, and his fiancee, Rajic announced that they were expecting a third child on June 24, 2021. The already mother of two shared a photo on Instagram showing her growing baby bump alongside the caption, “Woobie Jr. loading.”

Daniel And Paul's Third Child Name Vuk Is Taken From Serbian Folklore.
Daniela Rajic and her fiance, Paul George had their third, Vuk child in November 2021.

And in October 2021, the pair welcomed their first son/third child. They named him Vuk which translates to “Wolf”, in honor of his mother’s Serbian heritage.

“Vuk (pronounced in Serbian Cyrillic as Вук) is a male Slavic name. It is predominantly famous among Serbs as well as Croatians, Bulgarians, Macedonians, Montenegrins, Slovenes. The name means “wolf” in that Serbian poetry as the medieval people considers the wolf a symbol of fearlessness.”

George has often publicly admired his babies’ mother, Rajic’s skills as a mother. On Mother’s Day 2020, Rajic’s soon-to-be husband dedicated some tributary words to his fiancée via his Instagram handle:

“Happy Mother’s Day baby. Thank you for putting up with my shit and being on top of yours! You’re amazing and incredible at your number 1 job… being mommy! Love you woobie,”

wrote the NBA’s Most Improved Player, 2013.

Daniela Rajic Is A Business Woman 

As mentioned, Paul’s wife-to-be Daniela Rajic owns a swimwear clothing line, Nude Swim. She opened the business with fellow basketball wags, Sarah Nasser (Patrick Patterson’s wife).

The mother of three and Nasser had started the clothing line while Patrick and Paul were still playing for Oklahoma City. In addition to owning the company, Rajic and Sarah also model for their swimsuit product.

The wives of Paul and Patterson are also good friends off the professional sphere.

Rajic With Her Partner, Paul Lives A Luxurious Life 

As per her Instagram, Paul’s future wife seemingly enjoys an extravagant lifestyle. People can spot her occasionally enjoying luxurious vacations with her children’s father and resting around extravagant properties.

It, however, is unclear what she makes for herself as a businesswoman and an influencer. There, though are a couple of sources that report Rajic takes away close to $50k for one professional shoot.

On the other hand, her fiance, Paul George is significantly rich with his net worth sitting north of $100million. He and Rajic live in their California house that has an estimated market value of over $2million. Worth mentioning here is the fact that that the former All-Star forward’s contract with the Clippers will pay him $190 million. This will be for over four years, which started from late 2020 & will run through 2025, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Some analysts project the figure is as high as $226million.

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