Patricia Beech became the headlines of paparazzi after her marriage with Tony Bennett. Her ex-husband is a legendary musician, painter as well as an author.
Furthermore, the couples enjoyed 20 years of married life and got separated. They are the parents of two children who are now young and successful people.
Here are some details of Beech's life which many people are curious about.
What's Her Net Worth?
Beech has a net worth of around $100 thousand which she received from her millionaire ex-husband as alimony and child support.
Whereas her husband Bennett holds a vast amount of net worth that is $200 million. He made his impressive amount from a music career who has been an inspiration for three generations. He is a musician who sold over 50 million records worldwide. Tony is also a painter and is the founder of the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts in, Astoria, Queens, New York.
Ex-husband: Tony Bennett
Patricia Beech met for the first time with Tony Bennett at the singer's nightclub performance in Cleveland. At that time, she was an Ohio art student when her love began. The couple started meeting several times to know more.
During the mid of 1951, both became lovers and decided to get married. On 12 February 1952, they became husband and wife and welcomed two children. After two decades their marriage couldn't go towards due to his affairs which ended with divorce.
Has Two Children
She is the mother of two children from Bennett. Her first son is D' Andrea 'Danny' Bennett born in 1954 and the second son, Daegal 'Dae' Bennett born in 1955.
The sons attended the function of awards with their father and other family members. By profession, Danny has been contributing to the industry as a television producer whereas Dae is an audio engineer.
Multiple Marriage of Musician
As it is known that Tony Bennett has married thrice in his life. His first wife is Beech with whom he got separated in 1971. Later, he wedded Sandra Grant in the same year of divorce. Their relationship also didn't go so far and split in July 1983 but officially separated in 2007.
Right after the second marriage unsuccess, the author tied the knot in 2007 with Susan Crow, a former social studies teacher. The two formed a non-profit organization, Exploring The Arts (ETA) in 1999. It is established to help public school students.
Life After Divorce
When Beech got separated from the life of Bennett, she starts to live a private life away from the limelight. Despite Tony wedded twice, but she remains single to date and raised her sons as a single mother.