Greg Inglis Wife & Kids: A Happy Family Of Four | Age, Net worth, Contract & Height

Another household name in the Rugby league is all set to retire.

The Australian Rugby Player Greg Inglis has announced his retirement date for the end of the 2020 season. After Johnathan Thurston, Greg has stated that 2019 will be his last year playing representative rugby and the 2020 season will be his final season. His selection in both the Queensland and the Australian National Team has been completed for this year. He has, therefore, promised to “give everything” for the shirts, as he has all through his career.

During the announcement video, Greg said:

“I grew up loving the sport of Rugby League, there is no other sport for me, and I’ve been lucky enough to live out my dream. I’ve been fortunate enough to represent my country, my state, and my people and those are memories that I will cherish forever.”

Meanwhile, fans are eager to learn about Greg Inglis wife and their romantic married life. Here is a complete package of Inglis’ bio, including his age, family, contract, net worth, height, wife, son, and other wiki facts.

Celeb Facts

Birth NameGregory Paul Inglis
BirthdayJanuary 15, 1987
BirthplaceKempsey, Australia
Zodiac SignCapricorn
Height6 feet 5 inches
ProfessionRugby footballer
ParentsWade Blair and Monica Inglis
Married/WifeYes/Sally Robinson
ChildrenNate Alexander, Quinnsy Bella, and Riley
Net worth$3 million

Greg Inglis Wife & Kids: A Happy Family of Four

In August 2009, Greg was charged with carelessly causing injury and improper assault to his sweetheart, Sally Robinson. As a result of the incident, Sally was left with black eyes. Later, in April 2010, the court ordered him to complete a behavioral change program after accepting blame for pushing her in the 2009 incident.

In June 2010, Inglis announced his engagement with his wife-to-be Sally. Later, he married his now-wife at the Twin Waters Resort in Maroochydore on 5 December 2010. Their lavish wedding ceremony took place on the Sunshine Coast where Billy Slater, Cameron Smith, and Sam Thaiday were attendees.

Together, Inglis and his wife are parents of their two lovely kids. His wife, Sally gave birth to their son, Nate Alexander in 2014. Back in October 2016, they welcomed their baby girl named, Quinnsy Bella. However, Inglis has a son named, Riley from his previous marriage. He was even honored with the nomination for the Philips Sports Dad of the Year.

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As of now, Greg and his wife have a happy family of four. No matter how busy Greg gets, he always manages time to be there for his wife and children.

Greg Inglis Net worth, Contract & Career Details

The rugby player formerly played for the Melbourne Storm, where he received millions of paychecks and won a Clive Churchill Medal and the Golden Boot Award.

In November 2009,  Rugby League World magazine presented Greg with the Golden Boot Award as the world’s best player. Later, he received the captaincy of the Queensland Maroons for the series against the New South Wales Blues in 2018.

He reportedly makes $610,000 per season with the South Sydney Rabbitohs. Both Brisbane Broncos and French club Toulouse offered him contracts allegedly worth over $1 million. However, each time he signed a deal with the Rabbitohs.

In 2016, Greg signed a new contract with Redfern until 2020. In July 2012, he released his collection of clothing with the initials GI and an outline of “Greg,” which is similar in style to the iconic silhouette of Michael Jordan’s Air Jordan. But what’s the figure of Greg Inglis net worth?

As of 2019, Inglis’ net worth is estimated at $3 million.

Greg Inglis Bio – Wiki: Age, Height, Parents & High School

Gregory Paul Inglis was born in 1987 in Kempsey, New South Wales, Australia to parents Wade Blair and Monica Inglis. He celebrates his birthday on 15 January every year that makes his age 32. He belongs to a family of Indigenous Australian (Dunghutti) heritage.

Inglis started playing rugby league for the Bowraville Tigers at a very young age. While growing up in Macksville, he was friend with Australian cricket player Phil Hughes. At 15 years old, he signed his first professional contract with the Canberra Raiders. Later, he played for Wavell State High School and Melbourne Storm’s feeder club Norths Devils.

Greg stands tall with a height of 6 feet 5 inches.