Simone Biles is NFL playoff ready as she shows off her ‘Mrs Owens’ jacket and makeup ahead of watching her Green Bay Packers husband Jonathan take on the Dallas Cowboys

Simone Biles is all decked out and ready to support her Green Bay Packers husband Jonathan Owens in the team’s playoff game against the Dallas Cowboys.

On her Instagram, Biles posted two photos which showed her dolled up with makeup ahead of the game, along with a custom jacket containing the words ‘Mrs. Owens’ on the back and her man’s No 34 in the Packers’ green and yellow.

The American gymnast also displayed custom high-heeled boots in Packers colors. Another post showed her having pregame mimosas with friends

Biles and Owens reside in Texas and are building a massive home together in the Lone Star State. So she didn’t have to travel too far to be in the crowd to support her man against the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium.

This is the Packers’ first playoff game since Owens and Biles were engaged or married, as the couple had been dating for a little more than a year when Green Bay appeared in the 2021 postseason.

Biles has attended several Packers games this season, braving the Wisconsin cold for a few of them.

Unlike a few other NFL cities this weekend, the Cowboys and Packers don’t have to worry about weather getting in the way of the game.

Owens was recently in the news for admitting during an interview he didn’t know who Biles was before they met. Biles intervened, telling her social-media followers to ‘stop bringing her up’ amid the backlash given to her husband.

Biles is one of the greatest Americans gymnasts in history, winning four gold medals at the 2016 Summer Olympics.

Owens and the Packers enter Sunday’s playoff game as heavy underdogs, having snuck into the postseason during the final week of the regular season.

Dallas won the NFC East with another 12-win season and have been considered a Super Bowl contender for most of this season.

This is the Green Bay Packers’ first playoff game without Brett Favre or Aaron Rodgers on their roster since 1982.