• Kristen Harabedian is an American business analyst, wife of Trea Turner, a famous American professional baseball player.
• She grew up in Flemington, New Jersey and studied at North Carolina State University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in management.
• Kristen and Trea married in 2018 and have a son, Beckham Dash Turner.
• She is active on Instagram and likes to spend her spare time outdoors, travelling, and watching movies.
• Her net worth is estimated at over $300,000, while her husband Trea’s net worth is reputedly over $4 million.
Who is Kristen Harabedian?
Kristen Harabedian was born in Flemington, New Jersey USA, on 1 May 1992 – her zodiac sign is Taurus, and she holds American nationality. She’s a business analyst, but who’s perhaps known best for being the wife of Trea Turner, a famous American professional baseball player.
Early life and education
Kristen was raised in Flemington alongside her brother Zak, by their father John Harabedian and their mother Donna Homulak Harabedian; not a lot is known about her family, as Kristen respects their privacy, except that her brother once worked as deputy chief of the Whitehouse Rescue Squad, and that he’s today employed at LogicWorks as service delivery manager.
Kristen grew up being interested in sports, and played gymnastics, soccer and tennis while attending Hunterdon Central High School; she was also into a couple of other activities, including dancing and acting. Upon matriculating in 2010, Kristen enrolled at North Carolina State University, and was during her four years there mostly focused on gymnastics, entering various competitions.
She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in management in 2014.
Kristen hasn’t shared many details concerning her career with the public, but it’s known that she’s today working at Credit Suisse as general counsel business analyst.
There are also those who claim that she’s also coaching gymnastics, but this hasn’t been confirmed.
Love life and marriage with Trea Turner
Kristen met Trea Turner in 2012, while they were both attending North Carolina State University, and it took Trea some time to gather the courage to ask her out on a date.
They were in a relationship for six years prior to exchanging vows in November 2018, at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church; the ceremony was private, attended by only the closest of their friends and family members. Kristen and Trea revealed in February 2021 that they had welcomed their son Beckham Dash Turner, whom they have since kept away from the media’s attention.
Neither Trea nor Kristen have spoken of any other people whom they have perhaps been with, so as of December 2021, Kristen’s married to Trea Turner, and they have a son together.
Hobbies and other interests
Kristen is quite active on Instagram, and apparently enjoys the attention which she’s receiving from her close to 20,000 followers; she’s uploaded nearly 500 pictures onto the network, most of which have been taken during her everyday life.
She likes to spend her spare time outdoors, in parks and other natural locations, and has often been seen out walking with her son.
Kristen’s passionate about travelling, and has been all around the US, mostly to support her husband during his baseball games; she has also been to a couple of European countries; her dream travel destination is Reykjavik in Iceland.
Summer is Kristen’s favorite season, as she enjoys sun tanning at the beach, swimming in the ocean and playing beach volleyball.
Late at night, Kristen likes to watch movies starring her favorite actor and actress, Johnny Depp and Amanda Seyfried, such as “Edward Scissorhands”, the franchise “Pirates of the Caribbean”, and “Dear John”.
Age, height and net worth
Kristen’s age is 29. She has long brown hair which she occasionally dyes blonde, and her eyes are brown. Her height is 5ft 7ins (1.7m), and she weighs around 130lbs (60kgs).
As of December 2021, her net worth has been estimated at over $300,000, while her husband Trea’s net worth is reputedly over $4 million.
Who is Trea Turner?
Trea Vance Turner was born in Boynton Beach, Florida USA, on 30 June 1993 – his zodiac sign is Cancer, and he holds American nationality. He’s known best for playing for the Los Angeles Dodgers, who are competing in Major League Baseball (MLB).
Trea was raised in Boynton Beach alongside his older sister Teal, by their father Mark and mother Donna; nothing is known about his parents, as they prefer to be left out of media. Trea became interested in baseball while attending Park Vista Community High School, and was on his school’s team.
Upon matriculating in 2011, he received scholarship offers from Florida Atlantic University and North Carolina State University, while he was also picked by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 2011 MLB Draft. Trea decided to enroll at North Carolina State University, and played baseball for their team the Wolfpack.
Even though he was a shortstop while attending high school, he played a third baseman for the Wolfpack, and stole 57 bases during his freshman year, setting a university’s record; this helped him become named to the All-Tournament Team. In 2013, he was one of the finalists for the Brooks Wallace Award – for best shortstop – and then won it in the following year.
He graduated in 2014, and was selected by the San Diego Padres as the 13th overall pick; Trea signed his contract on 13 June, and received the signing bonus of $2.9 million.
On 19 December 2014, he was traded to the Washington Nationals, and in 2015, he was seconded to play for the San Antonio Missions, in the Class AA Texas League. In December of the same year, Trea started playing for the Harrisburg Senators of the Class AA Eastern League, and then for the Syracuse Chiefs, competing in the Class AAA International League. In August 2016, he won the MLB Rookie of the Month Award.
The year 2017 Trea was plagued by injuries, because his hamstring was damaged on 9 April, and his wrist broken on 29 June; he spent a total of over 40 days recovering.
In 2018, Trea was one of the five candidates for the All-Star Final Vote, and it was announced that he was the fastest baserunner of the season.
He won the 2019 World Series with the Washington Nationals, beating the Houston Astros.
Trea started playing for the Los Angeles Dodgers on 30 July 2021, and hit his 100th home run on 26 September.
There’s been some controversy surrounding Trea’s behavior while he was still attending college. Some of his older tweets were leaked onto the internet, and showed Trea using slurs aimed at mentally disabled people, as well as the LGBT community. He has since apologized for his actions, and cried at a press conference when he addressed the matter.