Simone Biles Shares Her Reaction to Husband Jonathan Owens' New 'S' Tattoo

Biles uploaded a glimpse at Owens' finger tat to her Instagram Stories on July 6

<p>Simone Biles/Instagram; Carmen Mandato/Getty</p> Jonathan Owens

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Jonathan Owens' new tattoo; Simone Biles and Owens

Simone Biles is showing off her husband's new ink!

The Olympian, 27, shared a snap of Jonathan Owens' latest tattoo to her Instagram Stories — an "S" placed on his ring finger — on Saturday, July 6.

In the photo, Biles held up her husband's hand as he displayed his body art, which fans believe has something to do with his wife's first initial.

The celebrated gymnast also revealed her initial reaction to the new ink, sharing some select emojis along with the photo: two screaming-face emojis, two red hearts and a couple of crossed fingers.

<p>Simone Biles/Instagram</p> Simone Biles shares Jonathan Owens' new tattoo on July 6, 2024

Simone Biles/Instagram

Simone Biles shares Jonathan Owens' new tattoo on July 6, 2024

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While Owens, 28, hasn't revealed what the tattoo represents, the Chicago Bears player has been busy supporting his wife as she prepares for the Paris 2024 Olympics.

Biles confirmed to reporters on June 30 that after her victory at the U.S. Olympic Trials in Minneapolis, Owens will be cheering her on since he put in some vacation time with his new team.

“The Bears are actually granting him a couple days off from training camp, so he'll be there,” Biles revealed. “Yes, for just a short little time.”

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Owens, who met Biles on a dating app in 2020 and tied the knot with her in 2023, has also been showering her with gifts ahead of her latest career milestone.

Before the second night of the Olympic Trials, Owens could be seen on his wife's Instagram account posing next to a pair of Louis Vuitton bags, in a photo that she captioned "WHYYYYY." In another image, Owens also posed while holding a pot full of pink roses — apparently all for Biles.

<p>Jamie Sabau/Getty Images</p> Simone Biles and Jonathan Owens record a video in Chicago on April 13, 2024

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Simone Biles and Jonathan Owens record a video in Chicago on April 13, 2024

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Earlier this month, the highly-decorated gymnast, who has now qualified for her third Olympic Games, spoke with the press about being 27.

As one of the oldest gymnasts competing at the upcoming Summer Games this time around, Biles offered an apology to her 2016 Rio Olympic Games team captain Aly Raisman for calling her the “grandma” of their team at just 22.

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“So now, I definitely have to apologize to Aly for calling her grandma because, whew, I feel like I’m way older now than me calling her grandma when we were younger," Biles said, per Gymnastics Now.

"And you know, it’s what 11 [p.m.]? So, it’s definitely past my bedtime, so I know Aly would be cracking up right now. But yeah, it’s crazy. I’m a lot older and more mature. What was the rest of the question? See, I’m forgetting,” she added.

Fans can watch Biles as she takes to Paris and goes for gold once again starting July 27.

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