Milica Krstić, born December 29, 1991, is a popular celebrity wife and internet personality. She is married to Marjanovi, a basketball player for the Dallas Mavericks. Milica Krstić rose to prominence following her wedding in 2014.
|Full Name:||Milica Krstić|
|Date of Birth:||December 29, 1991|
|Place of Birth:||Serbia|
|Occupation:||Internet Personality & Celebrity wife|
|Net Worth:||$5 million|
Early Life and Education
Milica Krstić was born 1991 in Serbia where she grew up with her parents. She and her parents spent the most of her formative years there.
She started and completed her elementary and high school education in Serbia, then proceeded to higher instruction.
Milica Krstić rose to fame for being the wife of Boban Marjanovic. She first met Boban at a Serbian birthday celebration.
They spent six years together. Milica Krstic and Boban were legally wed twice: first, on July 3, 2014, in a traditional ceremony on a beach in Mexico, and again, ten days later, on July 13, 2014, in Belgrade.
Their public wedding caused their marriage to become a topic of discussion, particularly due to their disparity in height.
The wife of Boban Marjanovic is only 5 feet 5 inches tall, whereas her husband is 7 feet 4 inches tall. Despite this, the connection between Boban Marjanovi and Milica Krsti appears to be as solid as ever.
It has been around for more than six years and continues to appear brand new.
Milica Krstić Net Worth
Milica Krstić is a popular Serbian internet personality and celebrity wife who has an estimated net worth of $5 million.
Milica Krstić is married to Boban Marjanovic and they have two children together. Vuk and Pera are the names of their children. They frequently take trips and enjoy spending time with them.
Famous Serbian basketball player Boban Marjanovi plays for the Dallas Mavericks of the National Basketball Association. Additionally, he competes internationally for the Serbian national basketball team.
He began playing basketball at the age of just 14 and has since played for various different teams. CSKA Moscow, Mega Vizura, Crvena Zvezda, San Antonio Spurs, and the Detroit Pistons are a few of these groups.