Last year she sang “Collecting Dust,” a tune that appeared on the hit MTV program .
An aspiring singer-songwriter in the deep-sighing, eye-rolling phase of her teens, Paulina seems to rub her mother the wrong way.
That night, however, they went out for dinner with friends, and as Janet says, “We’ve never been apart since.” It was a year of surprise – and celebration – for Wayne and Janet.
Four months into her uh-oh pregnancy with Paulina, Janet put on a ,000 gown, glittering with 30,000 hand-sewn beads and crystals, and married Wayne at Edmonton’s St.
Jean Jones, the children’s small, scrappy grandmother, putters around chatting up a couple of household employees in the czarist splendour of the living room. Lanky and blonde, the 46-year-old American wife of Canada’s most celebrated athlete is dressed in a frayed white sweatshirt, fresh from an eight-kilometre walk.
At first, this mother of five is all-business formidable.
But he also hints that his wife’s rule over the household is an extremely benevolent dictatorship. She is never-ending with love and affection towards them.” Janet says that Number 99 is the still the man she depends on for the most important assists.
She also looks after her mother, Jean, whom the Gretzkys set up in a nearby townhouse.“All the other kids averaged 10, 12, 15 goals for the season. “He plays soccer just like Wayne played hockey at six years old.” Tristan dreams that one day his coach will be soccer great David Beckham, who, like the Great One two decades ago, will soon arrive in Los Angeles hoping to convert the masses to his foreign sport.The Gretzky teens also require their mom’s attention.Trevor still needs the occasional lift home from baseball practice. “He’s six-foot-two, and he’s my most diverse kid.” Trevor plays both football and baseball, and Janet just installed a practising space for his jamming sessions.There’s also Paulina, the more seasoned musician among the children.