Who is Kaitlyn Lawes Husband Boyfriend Engaged to Partner Marital Status

Accordance with the personal life of this accomplished professional Canadian curler, at present 29 years old Lawes is having her love life. She is in a beautiful relationship with Stephan Vigier. Stephan is an ice hockey player by profession. The couple is probably hiding their personal life from media as there no other information about them. Furthermore, there is no information about their separation too. So these days she is unmarried but in a relationship. Before this, two of her love stories were got a huge media attention. Firstly, her connection with Scott Moir was proclaimed, even they rumored to get engaged. But, later on, Kaitlyn Lawes and Scott Moir admitted that they are the very good friend. But, both of them denied from any loving association.

Secondly, her love story with John Morris was published. Although he is her Olympic teammate. But he is not her loving partner.

Who is Kaitlyn Lawes Husband?

  • Yet not Married

Kaitlyn Lawes Boyfriend:

  • Stephan Vigier

Her current Martial Status:

  • Unmarried

Who is Kaitlyn Lawes Engaged to?

  • Her engagement news is a fake one.

Who is Kaitlyn Lawes Husband Boyfriend Engaged to Partner Marital Status

Kaitlyn and Morris

After a brief review of Kaitlyn relationship life, let’s check out her career:

As per reports, Lawes took an interest in curling from the age of four. However, he started playing curling professionally during 2008 and achieved the Manitoba Junior women’s championship with her other team members.

Till date, her performance was very interesting in every tournament. Lawes played third for the team of Jennifer Jones during the 2014 Winter Olympics and achieved gold medal and turns out to be first women’s team to get selected for Olympics as well as the first team from Manitoba to come first in the Olympics.

In recent times, she curled in a mixed doubles event with John Morris at 2018 Winter Olympics and collected a gold medal and the winning makes the Lawes and Morris become the first Canadian curlers to get two gold medals and makes Lawes achieve two gold medals in a row.

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