Michael Strahan Shares Photo of His Beautiful Twin Daughters Who 'Are All Grown Up'
Michael Strahan's twin girls are grown up! He shared a beautiful photo of the two on social media, gushing on how grown they look.
Former NFL star and award-winning talk show host, Michael Strahan, is one proud papa. The TV personality took to his Instagram page to gush on how grown-up his twin girls, Isabella and Sophia look.
“My babies are all grown up,” as well as the hashtag “Live for my kids.”
Strahan shares Isabella and Sophia with his second wife, Jean Muggli, whom he married in ’99. The twins came in 2004, and shortly afterwards the TV host and Jean divorced.
The former NFL player also shares a daughter Tanita, and a son, Michael Anthony Jr. with his first wife, Wanda Hutchins, whom he divorced in ’96. The father-of-four has mastered co-parenting, and when his older children lived in Germany, with their mother, he made sure he talked with and travelled to see them regularly.
With the twins, Strahan gets them during their school breaks and keeps abreast with everything in their lives through their mother. At the Kids Choice Sports Awards last year, the “Strahan and Sara” host walked the carpet with his girls.
The former “Live! With Kelly and Michael” host said in an interview with People in 2016, that his children are the most important people in his life, and he makes it a point to be involved in their lives.
Strahan told the news outlet that family is everything, and he loves being with his children above everything else. He noted that he was once worried about the relationship between the quartet, but despite having different mothers and growing up in separate homes, they are close, and the TV star is proud of them.
Strahan who won the NFL Defensive Player of the Year twice equally said that it’s not all roses and peaches, as he would love to have his children with him always, but can’t.
It’s the most difficult thing that came from his divorce, as there’s always an emptiness in the former New York Giants player’s home after they leave during their visits.
Strahan may not have his children as often as he would like, but he has managed to be a constant presence in their lives and shows them in every way that they are the centre of his world.