How Tyler Herro’s GF Katya Elise Henry Celebrates Mother’s Day (Photos)

How Tyler Herro’s GF Katya Elise Henry Celebrates Mother’s Day (Photos)

Miami Heat guard Tyler Herro is in the midst of an incredible third-year resurgence.

The former Kentucky standout made quite the impression as a rookie back in 2020, helping lead his squad to the NBA Finals. He then experienced something of a down sophomore campaign, one that saw him get called out by teammates and front office execs alike.

But now Herro is back, having won Sixth Man of the Year in his third year and leading Miami to the top seed in the Eastern Conference. The Heat now look poised for another Finals run.

Herro isn’t just winning on the court, though. He and his girlfriend, Katya Elise Henry, are doing quite well off it as well.

Henry became a massive viral star during Herro’s initial run to prominence, and she has remained an extremely popular figure ever since. The only thing that has changed for her over the past year and change is that she delivered her and Herro’s first child together.

As a new mom, Henry decided to go all out for Mother’s Day.

“Moms wanna feel sexy too,” she wrote on her Instagram, before showing off how she’s bringing in the holiday:

Understandably, the photos immediately went viral. That said, given that she boasts nearly 8 million followers on Instagram, anything Henry posts usually goes viral.

Case in point:

Big picture, nobody expected Herro and Henry to get this far. Their wild ride together has included some incredibly high highsa bizarre love triangle, and a weird scenario involving Kyle Kuzma.

Despite all that, here they are – celebrating Mother’s Day and giving each other extravagant gifts.

They’ve beaten the odds to stay together, and their relationship seems stronger than ever.

Are wedding bells ultimately in their future? Time will tell.

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Carlos Garcia

A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.
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