football

Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsdale engaged to stunning flight attendant with own sportswear brand

Arsenal and England goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale just proposed to air stewardess WAG Georgina Irwin, ensuring he’s in good hands.

Aaron Ramsdale, Arsenal’s number one goalkeeper, has getting engaged to his lovely fiancée.

Ramsdale, a Gunners and England shot-stopper, proposed to Georgina Irwin last week, and the couple announced the news on Instagram. Ramsdale dropped down on one knee in front of a massive’marry me’ sign, and Georgina flashed her massive diamond ring.

Ramsdale, 24, has emerged as one of the Premier League’s top goalkeepers in recent seasons and has started the season strongly – both on and off the field. Arsenal has gotten all three points in their opening two games.

And he’s planning to spend the rest of his life with British Airways stewardess Georgina, who also co-owns sportswear label Gymnetix.

She definitely stays in shape, as evidenced by her frequent sharing of bikini photos and vacation shots from her many vacations with ex-Bournemouth and Sheffield United keeper Ramsdale.

Georgina gets to travel the world as a flight attendant, and her Instagram favorites include photographs from South Africa, Dubai, and the Bahamas.

She has over 10,000 Instagram followers and captioned the post announcing her engagement to Ramsdale, “Forever and always has a great ring to it.”

Ramsdale hopes to take Georgina to Qatar this winter as he competes for the England No. 1 slot for the World Cup. In recent years, Jordan Pickford has been Gareth Southgate’s favoured first-choice goalkeeper, but many believe Ramsdale should start for the Three Lions.

“I’m in and around it right now,” Ramsdale recently stated. But, especially this season, things may change rapidly; there will be Jordan (Pickford), myself, Sam Johnstone, Dean Henderson, Nick Pope, and possibly others.

“There are definitely going to be five or six English goalkeepers wanting to get on the plane, so I need to keep myself there for the time being.”

“I need to impress the management, the coaching staff, and, eventually, my teammates.” If I have their trust, I will have the trust of the supporters.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button