Simone Biles & Boyfriend Stacey Ervin Jr Exchanged Sweet Tributes on Valentine's Day
Simone Biles and her man, Stacey Ervin Jr., who fondly express their love for each other on social media, once again found an excuse to share sweet tributes on Valentine’s day.
American Gymnast Simon Biles was all about her man and number one fan, Stacey Ervin Jr., on February 14, and so was he.
They both took to their Instagram pages to share tributes to themselves, professing their love for each other and how much they love being in each other's lives.
Simone Biles and Stacey Ervin watch the game between the Houston Rockets and the Utah Jazz at Toyota Center on November 5, 2017 in Houston, Texas. | Photo: Getty Images
Ervin posted a picture of the duo showing some PDA outdoors and added the most adorable caption where he wished his girl a happy valentine and said his life is so much better with Simone by his side.
"Happy Valentine's day ? wish you were here! I love you every day!"
Both Simone and Stacey were moved by each other's posts and captions and so they replied heartily in the comment section.
Their public display of affection for each other melted the hearts of fans who hit the like button and took to the comment section to gush about the seemingly perfect couple.
The duo has been inseparable since 2017, when they started dating.
Apart from Valentine’s day, the couple, at every given opportunity, gush about each other on their social media accounts.
“Happy birthday to the man of my dreams. So many things I love about you…Twenty-six will be a great one! Never stop being you, Stacey Ervin Jr. I love you."
Stacey Ervi Jr. is also obviously proud of his girlfriend and doesn’t hold his breath to announce it to the world. He is her biggest fan.
Like her, Ervin is an elite gymnast, and because the nature of their work causes them to travel a lot, whenever they get together, they capitalize on spending quality time together.
The duo has been inseparable since 2017 when they started dating, even though Simone and Stacey had met three years earlier.