Gina Neely's Daughter Spenser Lewis Looks Stunning at 31 and Shares Uncanny Resemblance to Mom
Food Network star Gina Neely has a daughter who is all grown and is the spitting image of the "To Rome for Love" star!
Celebrity chef Gina Neely is known for her family's cooking show, which was a commercial success and helped her become a household name.
However, the cooking connoisseur is a family woman whose kids are grown. On, Instagram, Neely's daughter, Spenser Lewis, seems to be living her best life and celebrating beautiful moments with her mom.
Neely revealed that since the day she decided to end her marriage to her fellow culinary star, Pat Neely, they haven't been in touch.
Earlier this year, Lewis turned 31, and she heartily showed off on Instagram. Some of her posts show the adult celebrating her star mom from time to time.
Gina Neely and her ex-husband, Pat Neely, were known for their fun-loving cooking show, which rapidly grew on fans and had them looking on for the next episode.
However, after some years, the couple dropped a bombshell on their supporters after announcing their divorce.
Once speaking with People about how she dealt with the divorce and taking care of her kids, the "Down Home with the Neelys" star explained that divorce was tough for anyone, and her daughters were able to get by with the help of a family therapist.
Gina also made it known that she made sure her kids spoke their minds and "let it all out."
In a chat with Essence, Neely detailed the circumstances surrounding her divorce saying it all started with the family's breakout cooking show, "Down Home with the Neelys."
According to her, Pat Neely was the one with TV ambitions. She told the new site:
"I never aspired to be a chef... I thought it would be one show; we'd go back to our regular lives... "That was Pat's dream."
The 54-year-old cooking star added that with time, her spouse became more of a business partner than a husband, and this did not suit her. This eventually led up to their divorce in 2014.
The TV star divulged that Pat had also not been in contact with her. In the case of co-parenting, she revealed that that was not obtainable because their daughters were already grown.