June 07, 2020

Brooke Shields' Husband Chris Is a Big Part of the Actress's Life — What We Know about Him

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Brooke Shields is one lucky woman, having been blessed with a loving husband. She has opened up about her longtime partner, Chris Henchy, being a big part of her life.

The couple have been married for a long time. In an industry known for break-ups, the couple's relationship is one of a kind.

As an expression of love, Shields posted a sweet throwback photo of them on Instagram. The picture is already worth a thousand words, especially in the context of a couple celebrating 19 years of marriage.

Brooke Shields at The Belasco Theatre on March 5, 2020 in New York City. | Photo: Getty Images



Henchy, a talented screenwriter, and producer, has been sharing enduring love with his wife over the years. Being married to her for almost two decades, Henchy plays a big part in Shields's life, as reported by Closer Weekly.

Since 1990, Henchy has been a prominent screenwriter, writing for comedy shows such as "Campus Cops" and MTV's "The Larry Sanders Show."

His first big break was when he created and produced the television series "Battery Park" in 2002. As the years went by, he became an accomplished professional in his chosen field.



While going about in his career, he eventually met Shields on a TV set in 1999. They tied the knot in April 2001.

The 'Blue Lagoon' star said having a "little space" is a key for a long-lasting marriage. Shields is grateful for Henchy for giving a healthy space in their relationship, as reported by Closer Weekly.

Just like the rest of the world, the couple is practicing home isolation in line with the coronavirus pandemic.



She recalled a time where she asked Henchy for a company amid their busy calendars. Without any questions, the couple spent quiet time together over coffee. "He got the paper, and we went and sat out. It maybe lasted 45 minutes!" Shields said.

Just like the rest of the world, the couple is practicing home isolation in line with the coronavirus pandemic. The crisis made Shields admire her husband even more deeply.


Family time and romantic moments by their house porch became more meaningful for Shields. She said Henchy has been her source of comfort.

"Everybody finds comfort in the arms of the person who keeps you safe. Stay home," Shields said in a social media post.

Shields has had other life-changing experiences. When she was young, she would protect her mother from criticisms about her allegedly questionable parenting choices. 


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