Amy Freeze and her husband Gary Arbuckle going strong even after 23 years of marriage
Amy Freeze has been pregnant only once in her life, but she is a mother to four lovely children. One of the top meteorologists in the country, Amy Freeze has not only found success in her career, but her married life is an example to live by. With caring husband of 23 years and four kids, her personal life has no space left for scandals and rumors.
Married for 23 years, Amy Freeze is mother to four kids
Amy Freeze met and fell in love with Gary Arbuckle while they were attending Bringham Young University where she was a cheerleader, and he was the college mascot Cosmo the Cougar. The lovebirds married in 1994 without even waiting to finish the college. The decision worked out great, as the couple is still living happily together after 23 years and has managed to stay away from any divorce rumors.
Amy resides in Upper West Side, New York City with Gary and their four children. Her eldest son Tyler is her only biological child. Along with husband, she has adopted three children, Jared, Kate, and William. Amy is a loving mother, and despite her busy schedule, she does not miss out any opportunity to be with her kids. She often posts pictures of her family in social media with cute nicknames of each one of them. Amy is fortunate to have such a supportive husband and loving children.
Amy Freeze still a bombshell at 43
Amy Freeze does not only take good care of her family but of herself as well. Amy and Gary once won $100,000 in 1999 at a weight loss competition. Since then she has maintained her slim figure and has paid more attention to her body.
She never fails to look ravishing and hot at the studio while presenting the news. She stands tall at 5 feet and 6 inches and weighs around 65 kg.
Amy is a natural beauty; she hasn’t had plastic surgery in any part of her body. At the age of 43, she looks gorgeous than ever. Amy is a scuba diver and a runner and who has taken part in many marathons. Interesting to note, she has swum along with sharks at the New Jersey State Aquarium.