Eli Manning, the renowned 30-year-old quarterback of the Giants, and his wife Abby McGrew, joyfully welcomed their daughter, Ava Frances Manning, on March 21st, 2011, a Monday. Originally due in April, Ava arrived a bit early, weighing 7 lbs., 4 oz. at birth. She is the first child of the couple and now stands at the age of 11.
Ava Frances Manning comes from a notable family with two aunts, Molly McGrew and Lacey McGrew, from her mother’s side, and illustrious great-grandparents, Elisha Archie Manning Jr. and Jane Elizabeth Nelson.
Eli Manning and Abby McGrew tied the knot in April 2008 following Eli’s proposal in 2007. Their wedding took place in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The couple had been together since their university days, and Abby concentrated on design in New York City.
Eli and Abby have been blessed with four children – three daughters and a son. Manning achieved the Super Bowl XLVI victory and was named MVP when their first child, Ava Frances, was born in 2011. In 2013, Abby gave birth to Lucy Thomas, and their third daughter, Caroline Olivia, was born in 2015. They welcomed a son named Charles Elisha in 2019. The family resides in Summit, New Jersey.
About Ava’s Mother, Abby McGrew:
Abby McGrew, born on January 1st, 1984, is 37 years old. She stands at 5’5″, nearly a foot shorter than her husband, the 6’4″ Eli Manning. While her exact net worth and salary remain unknown, Abby is recognized for her philanthropic endeavors and contributions to noble causes.
Her husband, former NFL quarterback Eli Manning, boasts a net worth of $150 million and is among the highest-earning players in the history of the league.
Raised in Nashville, Tennessee, alongside her sisters, Abby holds American white ethnicity. She earned a degree in family and consumer sciences and worked as an accounting executive for New York-style designer Pamela Roland. Although her precise job description is undisclosed, she is regarded as a philanthropist.
About Ava’s Father, Eli Manning:
Elisha Nelson Manning, professionally known as Eli Manning, is an American football player who gained prominence as the quarterback for the Giants in the NFL, securing two Super Bowl titles and earning the game’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) award on both occasions.