QVC's Mary Beth Roe Eternal With Husband | Daughter & Family Status
In the 2004 Sci-Fi Drama Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, the two protagonists played by Jim Carey and Kate Winslet are in a race against time and science as they try to hold on to what has remained of their once blooming romance. By the end of the movie, the couple realizes that their love wouldn't stay eternal.
If a follow-up to the now-classic movie is brought into existence by its producers in 2018, then it's highly likely that stories such as that of QVC host Mary Beth Roe and her husband, Mark will be used as a reference.
After all, who would mind seeing their beloved on-screen characters go on to lead a blissful family life together for thirty-five years -- an eternity, by today's standards?
Mary and her husband have defied logic, human instincts, and more importantly, the greed - one that masks itself as a daunting salary and net worth - to foster an eternal relationship all the while nurturing a foster daughter.
Married For 35 Years; Blissful Family Life With Husband & Kids
For hopeless romantics like us, we can only dream and wish to replicate what Mary and her husband, Mark have achieved with regards to keeping the romance alive even after three-plus decades of marriage!
Maybe a lesson or two could be learned from them. For starters, a thankful post on casual Thursday like that shared by Mary in 2015 shouldn't hurt. The Instagram post in question featured a photo of the duo alongside a lengthy caption. An excerpt of the caption read:
"On this #thankfulthursday owe so much gratitude to Mark, my husband, my best friend, the father of our beautiful children, my cheerleader, and my garbage taker outer."
The pair's knack for celebrating as small of an event like a wedding anniversary is an overlooked factor. Every year Mary & her husband, Mark take some time off from their daily on-goings to appreciate this momentous occasion is some fashion.
And for their 29th wedding anniversary, Mary did the same by providing rare insight into the pair's tough years via a Facebook post.
"Hi friends, I’m taking a few days off to spend time with my family as Mark and I celebrate 29 years of marriage! Just like every other married couple, some years are tougher and some years are better than others. Sometimes relationships grow stronger after going through the difficult times together. I am truly blessed!!”
As much as Mary and Mark's love for each other is a significant factor in keeping their relationship afloat all these years, the pair wouldn't have achieved such an impressive feat without their shared desire to keep their family intact.
Photo of Mary and her husband, Mark taken on the day of their son and daughter-in-law's wedding (Photo:- Mary Beth Roe's Instagram)
Eric, the couple's eldest children, will have a tough time filling his parent's shoes as he sets to start a family of his own. Hopefully, the bars set up by Mary and Mark won't prove too steep for him to climb.
With the addition of a daughter-in-law, Louise Gayle and twin grandchildren, Mary and her husband have much to look forward to in the future.
Adopted Daughter: From Family Of 5 To 6
Considering how all of their remaining three children are of marriageable age, QVC's very own Mary and her husband of 35 years are contemplating buying a bigger Thanksgiving dinner table.
The Beth Roe family poses for a rare family portrait (Photo:- Mary Beth Roe's Instagram)
The first ones in the line likely to follow Eric's suit are Mary's two middle sons. By then, their sister and the youngest of Beth Roe family, Elizabeth will have learned enough from her family regarding marriage and so forth.
Of all their children's weddings, Mary's planning to attend; none would be more special to her than that of Elizabeth's. After all, besides being the only daughter in the family, Elizabeth is also - according to her bio - the sole adopted children of Mary and Mark.
In her 2014 QVC blog post, Mary penned a grateful essay chronicling the experiences she had earned while raising Elizabeth to commemorate the World Adoption Day. She opened her piece by revealing that the desire to add a baby daughter in the family lead to their daughter Elizabeth's adoption.
She then shared her experience as an adoptive mother to Elizabeth by writing:
"After being an adoptive parent for about 16 years, we’ve done a 180!... It’s about what we can give this wonderful girl (young woman) of ours that she wouldn’t otherwise have had...I mean unconditional love and acceptance, self-worth and self-esteem, a sense of belonging, a trust that squelches fear, a confidence that she matters..."
Later in the essay, Mary, who makes five figures salary for her excursion at QVC, claims to forget that "Elizabeth is adopted."
The words above is a further proof of the QVC host's eternal love not limiting to her husband.