Milica Krstić Wiki

Being secretive when it comes to her personal matters, Milica Krstić hasn’t shared information regarding her exact birth date, however, it’s known that she was born in 1988 and that she’s from Serbia. She’s only known as the wife of the famous basketball player Boban ‘Bobi’ Marjanović, who is currently playing for the Dallas Mavericks of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

Milica was raised in Serbia, and prefers to keep her private life a secret; she hasn’t spoken about her childhood, parents, or any siblings.

Speaking about her educational background, it is assumed that she attended a local high school, but upon matriculating in 2009, she apparently didn’t enroll at college.

Her occupation and career stay unrevealed, however, being a celebrity wife made her popular on social media platforms, thus today her Instagram account has been followed by over 30,000 people. Milica often shares photos of her family from their travels and vacations, and some photos featuring herself in expensive clothes combinations, with signatures of famous brands such as Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Dior.

Marriage with Boban Marjanović

According to sources, Milica and Boban met in Serbia at the birthday party of their mutual friend, and soon became close friends, which eventually grew into a love story.

They went out for six years before they exchanged their wedding vows on 3 July 2014, at a beach wedding in Mexico, and then the two had their second wedding in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, on 13 July, including a traditional church wedding held in one of the oldest monasteries in Belgrade.

The couple has two sons together, named Vuk and Petar, although they haven’t shared the exact birthdates of their sons, Milica posted an Instagram photo on 3 July 2021, featuring their older son, Vuk, and a birthday cake with the number 10 on it according to one of Boban’s interviews, Petar was born in 2015.

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Age, height, and net worth

Milica is 33 years old, she has long, dark brown hair and brown eyes; she weighs around 120lbs (55kgs) and is 5ft 5ins (1.65m) tall; an interesting fact which most people comment about Milica and Boban, is their height difference, since Boban is 7ft 4ins (2.24m) tall.

As of March 2022, we couldn’t find information about Milica’s income, however, her husband has a net worth estimated at over $20 million, with his annual NBA salary reputedly about $3.5 million.

Who is Boban Marjanović?

One of the tallest NBA players, Boban Marjanović was born under the zodiac sign of Leo on 15 August 1988, in Boljevac, Serbia, where he started playing basketball with the youth team Rtanj.

At the age of 14, and already 6ft 10ins (2.09m) tall, the scout for the professional team Hemofarm noticed him at one of the games, thus he moved to Vršac, Serbia, where he played in the youth categories until the 2005-06 season.

In 2005, Boban started playing in the Adriatic League for the Hemofarm’s first team, and then, two years later, he was loaned to the Serbian League team Swisslion Takovo for a half-season.

In 2010, Boban signed a three-year contract with Central Army Sports Club (CSKA) Moscow, on the insistence of coach Duško Vujošević, but when Duško was fired, Boban lost his place in CSKA’s first team.

In the following year, he signed for Nizhny Novgorod, however, in early 2012, he returned to Serbia, and played for Radnički Kragujevac until July 2012 when he signed for the Serbian team Mega Vizura, and playing for the season 2012-13, he was named the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the Serbian League.

When Boban signed a two-year contract with Crvena Zvezda, in December 2013, he was named EuroLeague MVP of the Round for Round 10, and in the following year, he was selected for the Ideal Team in the 2013-14 Adriatic League (ABA) season, with his teammate DeMarcus Nelson.

After he helped his team Crvena Zvezda to the 2014-15 Serbian League championship, on 17 July 2015, Boban signed a one-year contract worth $1.2 million, with the San Antonio Spurs of the NBA, and on 30 October he made his debut.

In January 2018, Boban was traded to the Los Angeles Clippers, and on 27 February scored a season-high 18 points in a 122-120 win over the Denver Nuggets, but then in the following year he was traded to Philadelphia 76ers, before he signed with the Dallas Mavericks on 23 July 2019, and in August 2021 re-signing with this team.

Besides his career in the NBA, he also plays for the Serbian national basketball team in international competitions; as a junior national team player, Boban won gold medals at the 2007 Fédération Internationale de Basketball (FIBA) Under-19 World Championships, and as a senior player he made his debut at EuroBasket 2011 in Lithuania.

Boban made a cameo appearance in the Serbian sports drama movie “We Will Be the World Champions”, and in the action thriller starring Keanu Reeves “John Wick: Chapter 3-Parabellum”, Boban played assassin Ernest.

Boban is active on social media platforms, and his Instagram has been followed by over 900,000 people, while his Twitter has amassed over 100,000 followers. Boban mostly posts photos from the basketball court, and photos of his family, his sons, and his wife.

According to their photos, Milica and Boban are both into traveling, and have traveled all around the world, which they shared with their followers. He posted photos from his vacation in Serbia with the description: ‘This is where it all started for me! With this ball, this hoop and this village. I’m grateful for where I am, and I’ll never forget where I’ve come from.’

Boban’s age is 33 – he has brown hair and brown eyes, and weighs around 290lbs (132kgs), his shoe size is 20, and we already mentioned his impressive height. People assumed that he has gigantism, and in one of his interviews, Boban said: ‘When you look at a person—my hands, my ears, my nose, you know, like, how I walk. It was like, Man, this guy is not the same. There’s something wrong with him or he has like some disease, sickness’, however, that isn’t true – he’s a perfectly healthy, normal guy, if somewhat taller than average.

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