Nick Pivetta And Kristen Pivetta Relationship
Nick Pivetta married Kristen Philps on a beach in Maui Hawaii in 2019. Nick confirmed his relationship with Kristen in 2016.
Kristen uploaded their wedding picture on Facebook on February 2, 2019. They have not revealed the exact date they got wed.
Nick, who makes very less use of social media, first featured his partner on his Twitter on 25 December 2016, as they posed in front of a Christmas tree.
Likewise, she was first featured on his Instagram in March
It was followed by a photo of the two during the autumn season in October 2018, where they enjoyed offseason time before Nick left to play.
On 19 January 2019, he shared their snap taken under the setting sun with the caption '01/10/19,' hinting that it was a special day for them. Although he did not explain further, it was most likely the day they got married.
Then, in November of that year, the pitcher uploaded their selfie, with the caption 'wifey,' followed by another post in December, wishing his 21k followers on Christmas and New Year's on behalf of the 'Pivettas.'
Owing to Nick's baseball career, the Pivettas have been nomads for quite some time. It explains why Kristen describes herself as a 'traveling woman' in her Instagram bio.
After Nick signed with the Red Sox, the couple moved to Boston, which they couldn't wait to explore. They could not return to their native Canada due to the strict pandemic protocols regarding cross-border travel from the United States.
When the situation got relatively normal after COVID, they started going out to eat, the museums, beaches, parks, and shopping to experience the city.
The pair loved getting out in nature to take a fresh breath and enjoy their days as life got normal again. "I think that’s what everybody wants. Not have to go outside and worry anymore,” Nick said.
In fact, Nick and Kristen visited the Philadelphia Museum of Art on the day the Phillies sent him down to the minors. The decision by the team had gotten to him, and he was not in the best mood.
Kristen suggested getting away from baseball and making the trip to the museum. Afterward, they had dinner in the city before Nick felt rejuvenated enough to drive to Coca-Cola Park the following day.