NFL Star Walter Payton's Daughter Brittney Shares Romantic Pics on Her Husband's 37th Birthday
Brittney Payton, the only daughter of the late former NFL and Chicago Bears running back Walter Payton, took to her Instagram page to celebrate the 37th birthday of her husband, Jordan Benson.
Late NFL star Walter Payton's only daughter Brittney Payton was all smiles as she posed with her husband Jordan Benson in pictures she shared with her fans on Instagram.
Brittney shared two pictures of herself and Benson as she celebrated the latter's 37th birthday. The first photo showed the beautiful couple posing outdoors as they enjoyed a romantic night out.
Brittany wore a long printed gown and carried a grey handbag, while Benson wore a black top and matching black pants. In the second picture, the couple posed on the rooftop, overlooking beautiful plains and a swimming pool below them.
In the second snapshot, Brittany wore a brown long-sleeved top which she matched with black pants and sneakers, while her husband wore a white T-shirt and dark pants. He also wore a dark-colored face cap and sneakers. In the caption to the post, Brittany wrote:
"Happy Birthday @jmbenson2 ? This weekend has been amazing getting to celebrate together! So excited about what 37 has in store for you!! Let the adventure begin!"
Brittany also added the hashtags "happy birthday," "the Bensons," "Arizona," and "Parents Only" to her post, which generated over 2000 likes and more than 70 comments.
Her fans wished her husband a happy birthday, with one of them urging Benson to continue living a beautiful life, adding that he is blessed.
Brittany also wants people to be better versions of themselves. In a reported interview, she narrated her experience with a racist at a local pharmacy.
Brittney and Benson got married in 2013 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Chicago. Their marriage and beautiful relationship is a match made in heaven as they are fans of the Chicago Bears, the team Brittany's late dad played in for 13 NFL seasons.
The late Walter Payton is regarded as one of NFL's greatest running backs of all time and was duly honored by the Bears in September 2019 when they celebrated his legacy by unveiling his statue right outside Soldier Field.
Besides his former football team, Payton's family has continued to maintain his inspiring legacy. The former footballer was noted for his generosity before he died following a rare liver disease.
That legacy of giving is still alive and burning, with his family doing their best to encourage organ donation, teaming up with the Bears and other organizations to achieve that aim.
Besides encouraging people to be generous, Brittany also wants people to be better versions of themselves. In a reported interview, she narrated her experience with a racist at a local pharmacy.
Brittany said such things happen daily and expressed sadness that they continue despite the world's present state. She urged people to spread awareness so that future generations can have a brighter and kinder world.