Brett Favre Daughter

January 25, 2010 by USA Post 

Brett Favre Daughter:Even though tonight’s Vikings vs Saints score wasn’t quite the outcome Minnesota fans hoped for, Brett Favre had several special fans in the stands who will continue to root for him no matter what.  Cheering from the stadium stands were his wife as well as Brett Favre’s daughter, Brittany Favre.  Brittany is age 21 this year, and is one of two children that Brett and his wife Deanna have together.

The other Favre daughter is Breleigh born in 1999, making her 11 this year.  It’s clear that the Favre family was anxiously watching every play of the NFC Championship game, including the near injury that took Favre out of the game for a bit.  However, Favre returned to lead his team to tie the game and get into the overtime session.  The Saints had a huge interception in the last 10 seconds of the fourth quarter to prevent the Vikings from winning in regulation.  When overtime came, the Saints made a gutsy play on 4th and inches to get a first down, and ended up getting into field goal range to win the game.

Favre was the good sport as always, congratulation the other team and its head coach after the game.  He will most likely go find the comfort of his wife and daughters now that the season is over.  There’s not a whole lot known about Brett Favre’s daughter Brittany Favre, other than the fact she was born in 1989, has long brown hair, and is a member of the Roman Catholic Church.  A candid interview was done with Brittany back in 2006 when Favre was still a member of the Green Bay Packers.  At the time it was her hope to get into Duke University, and she was the typical teenager who loved fast food, music, poetry and art.  Some have even speculated that Brittany could become a cheerleader or model with her good looks.  For now she seems content to be the normal college-aged daughter, trying to fit in despite having a famous father.

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