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'Total Bellas' Star Nikki Bella Reveals the Things She Is Grateful for in 2020 — See Her List

Junie Sihlangu
Jan 06, 2021
11:50 A.M.
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Former wrestler Nikki Bella started off the New Year by sharing all the things she was most grateful for over the past year. Some of the things she included were her newborn son and her mother.

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Nikki Bella took to her Instagram page on Sunday, January 3, 2020, to share some introspection about the past year. In the post, the “Total Bellas” star also included several images of herself with various people.

She was seen posing with her son Matteo Artemovich, her twin sister Brie Bella, and her fiancé Artem Chigvintsev among others. Nikki started off her post by noting how unexpected 2020 had been.

Nikki Bella at the Build Series to discuss the reality series "Total Divas" at Build Studio on April 5, 2017, in New York City | Photo: Gary Gershoff/WireImage/Getty Images

Nikki Bella at the Build Series to discuss the reality series "Total Divas" at Build Studio on April 5, 2017, in New York City | Photo: Gary Gershoff/WireImage/Getty Images

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She noted how the year brought along with it sorrow, loss, and pain in different ways to people. The biggest thing that affected many lives was the outbreak of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

The former wrestler said she tried to always focus her energy on positive things. She confessed that she looked back at the year and asked herself what was great about it and what she learned.

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Nikki also questioned herself on how she’d grown and if she’d managed to attain the goals she’d set for herself or how close she had gotten to them. She also asked herself what she could do better for this year.

The star revealed that she usually started the year off by sharing all her accomplishments and by thanking those who’d helped her achieve them. However, she did acknowledge that this year felt different.

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She confessed that she was more grateful for other things over the past year. The podcast co-host then listed all the things she was grateful for including her healthy son, Matteo, born on July 31, 2020.

She also shared her gratitude for her mother being with them and being healthy. Nikki revealed she was thankful for being able to see her grandmother over the holidays and moving to a place she’d dreamed of.

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The star admitted that she’d thought the move would only happen when she was in her 60s and thanked Santa Claus for it. She shared her gratitude for Chigvintsev’s baking and cooking skills.

Nikki’s mother, Kathy Colace had to get surgery after her doctors found a lesion the size of a blueberry on her brain stem.

The co-host was also thankful for not feeling guilty and being able to finally see her best friends. She shared her gratitude for having some time for intimacy with her family that she hadn't seen for more than 14 years.

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Nikki also appreciated Mother Nature for her beauty and all she still had to offer. She thanked 2021 for teaching her about the things that really mattered in life and for putting more smiles on their faces, concluding:

"Hope you all had an amazing New Year! Stay hopeful, stay strong and most importantly stay fearless!”

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The co-host’s mother, Kathy Colace had to get surgery after her doctors found a lesion the size of a blueberry on her brain stem. In early December 2020, Nikki and her sister Brie Bella got to enjoy some wine during a private tasting.

The twins were at their “Sister Sunday” event at Silver Trident Winery in Napa Valley, California at the time. Nikki also had her first Christmas Day celebrations with her son and fiancé last year.

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