New Zealander Richard Fou’a Mo’unga competes in rugby union for Canterbury in the Bunnings NPC, the Crusaders in Super Rugby, and the All Blacks as a First Five-Eighth. Throughout the competition, Mo’unga began as first five-eighth, and in his match against Canada, he was awarded player of the match. All Black Richie Mo’unga and wife Sophie have welcomed their second child to the world — the latest in an A-list spring baby boom. Mo’unga is of Tongan and Samoan descent. To learn more about Richie Mo’unga wife, baby, net worth & more.
Richie Mo’unga wife: Who is Sophie Vieceli? Does the pair have a baby??
In 2019, Mo’unga and his partner, Sophie Vieceli, announced their engagement on social media. They tied the knot in Christchurch last December at a ceremony at St Andrew’s College, where Mo’unga was schooled between 2009-2012.
His announcement of their daughter’s birth brought a pile of congratulations from fellow rugby identities both in New Zealand and overseas, including Dan Carter, Anton Lienert-Brown, TJ Perenara, Ardie Savea, Niall Williams, Rieko Ioane, Lima Sopoaga, Digby Ioane, Will Genia, Colin Slade and Will Greenwood.
Who is their second baby?
How much is the famous player net worth and salary? Is he a millionaire??
As a result of his talent and hard work, Richie has gained significant fame and money as a rugby union player. The 28-year-old rugby union player has also amassed a large fortune through game prize money, endorsements, and partnerships. Richie Mo’unga net worth is estimated to be $5 Million
His annual salary is earned from NZ$75K to NZ$195K as a base salary. Further, Mo’unga may make some profit from several sponsorships. And with such a high earning, Barrett must be living a lavish life.
A short biography: Mo’unga parents, age, height, education, positions, team, ethnicity
Early life: Mo’unga is of Tongan and Samoan descent, his dad Saimone Mo’unga comes from ‘Eua in Tonga and his mother Linda Mo’unga comes from Samoa. Mo’unga is one of six children, three boys and three girls. His height is 176 cm and weight is 83 kg (183 lbs). Currently, he is in the position of First five-eighth, Fullback and from Canterbury, Crusaders team.
Prior to receiving a scholarship from St. Andrew’s College, Mo’unga first attended his hometown school, Riccarton High School, where he played U15 rugby in 2009, first 15 rugby for three years, and served as team captain in his final year (2012). After finishing college, he joined the Canterbury Academy while also representing Linwood in the regional Canterbury senior club rugby championship.