Kara Keough has already scripted how "this circus that we call life" will play out eight months from now, at least in her mind and her heart. Her fiancé, Kyle Bosworth – the newest linebacker for the Giants — is going to cap the best season of his football career by winning Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium. "Here’s the thing, I’m planning on it being the best week of our lives," Keough said. Because six days after Bosworth gets the ring for which he has always dreamed, she will get hers at their wedding. A made-for-TV ending for the daughter of a "Real Housewives of Orange County" original cast member and a onetime pitcher for the Yankees; a match made with her college sweetheart whose famous last name of Bosworth precedes him on the football field. Sure sounds a bit grandiose, even for someone who has spent time in reality television, but that’s the pitch with which this Keough is sticking at this point of the game. "Now, obviously, the Super Bowl is a way bigger possibility of happening [than with the Jaguars, Bosworth’s former team], not to mention it would be at MetLife, which is so cool in itself," Keough said during a phone interview earlier this week. "Because I just see Kyle wearing red, white and blue playing in his first Super Bowl on what will be his home turf. "Kyle’s going to win the Super Bowl and then I get to marry the man of my dreams." Bosworth and Keough certainly have quite a story to sell even without that Hollywood ending for which they are hoping. He wants to prove he deserves to stick with the Giants and in the NFL on his own merit, not because of the name on the back of his jersey – the same as his iconic uncle Brian, widely better known as "The Boz." Bosworth, 26, is engaged to Keough, who was featured on "Real Housewives of Orange County" for several seasons along with the rest of her family, including her mother, Jeana. Kara’s father is Matt Keough, an All-Star with the Oakland A’s in 1978. If that star power isn’t enough, U.S. women’s soccer phenom Alex Morgan will be one of her bridesmaids in the Bosworth-Keough wedding set for Feb. 8. Keough and Bosworth visited New York for the first time in March when the former filmed an episode of Bravo’s "Say Yes to the Dress," expected to air during the new season that begins in September. It was just days after the Jaguars informed Bosworth they would not be tendering him a contract, allowing the four-year pro to become a free agent.
Giants' new LB Kyle Bosworth hopes to make name for himself
North Jersey | Jun 8