Patricia Heaton’s blissful conjugal life is considered as one of the successful marriages in Hollywood, where tying the knot and calling it quits have become so common.
Patricia and her boyfriend-turned-husband, David Hunt (an actor) are together since decades. They started seeing each other in October 1988 and quickly took their relationship to a romantic level. Committed to being with one another in every high and low, they exchanged the wedding vows on 10th October 1990.
Patricia's all four sons were born via C-section
Into their affectionate paradise, the lovebirds have welcomed four children. All four boys were born via caesarean sections in every two years from 1993 to 1999. First one Samuel David Hunt was born on September 1, 1993, that followed John Basil Hunt on May 15, 1995, Joseph Charles ‘Joe’ Hunt on June 2, 1997, and Daniel Patrick ‘Dan’ Hunt on 20 January 1999.
She got pregnant four times within the '90s. Additionally, going through C- section four times wasn’t certainly easy for her. In fact, playing a good mother isn’t an easy responsibility in the world. She has shared her motherhood experiences in her book Motherhood and Hollywood: How to Get a Job Like Mine. The memoir published by Vuillard Books in 2002 became a bestseller.
Allegedly twice-married Patricia runs a production company with husband David
If the reports are to be believed, this is Patricia’s second marriage. Some sources claim that she remained as a wife of someone from 1984 till 1987. But, neither further details including the man’s identity have been unveiled yet nor the wedding and divorce date. Perhaps, the Everybody Loves Raymond star doesn’t want to memorize that.
Now, she and her husband Hunt jointly run a production company named FourBoys Films. They produced a TV movie The Engagement Ring in 2005 and Amazing Grace 2006. Now, the happy family of six resides in their Los Angeles home and also divides their time for Cambridge, England.
Generous woman, Heaton has been active in several humanitarian causes. She is a consistent life ethicist and is a supporter of pro-life groups & causes opposing euthanasia, abortion and death penalty. She is honorary chair of Feminists for Life, an organization that opposes abortion & embryonic stem cell research. She is a registered republican and is the supporter of gay rights.