Monique Samuels Married Life With Husband, Details On Children

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Monique Samuels Married Life With Husband, Details On Children

Quick Information

  • Date of Birth 1983-10-06
  • Age 36 Years 9 Month(s)
  • Nationality American
  • Profession Television Personality
  • Zodiac Sign Libra
  • Ethnicity/Race African-American
  • Brother/s 1
  • Sister/s 1
  • Son/s Chase Omari Samuels, Christopher Samuels
  • Daughter/s Milani Samuels
  • Relationship Status Married
  • Husband/Spouse Chris Samuels (m. 2012)
  • Divorce/Split Not Yet
  • Wedding Date March 3, 2012
  • Dating/Affair No
  • Net Worth $4 Million (Estimated)
  • Height/ How Tall? N\A
  • Weight N/A
  • Hair Long
  • Hair Color Black
  • Eye Color Black
  • Lesbian No

Monique Samuels is best known as the wife of former NFL star Chris Samuels. She further gained prominence after entering the realm of reality television from the Bravo reality series, The Real Housewives of Potomac, in 2017.

Monique entered the cast of the show on its second season as the replacement of a controversial cast member, Katie Rost.

Read on to know more about Monique's personal life and her journey in the reality show.

Monique Samuels Married Life With Husband

Monique Samuels is one lucky lady when it comes to her love life. She is happily married to former NFL offensive tackle Chris Samuels for eight years.

The couple tied the knot on 3 March 2012 in an elegant ceremony held at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C.

Monique Samuels with her husband Chris Samuels on their wedding in 2012 (Photo: theknot.com)

Monique and Chris first met in Washington, D.C., through a mutual friend, but the pair did not start dating right away as both of them were dating other people. They remained friends for a long time before turning the friendship into a relationship.

As of now, Monique and Chris share an exceptional bond, and the reality star credits their friendship and effective communication for their healthy marriage.

Details On Children

Monique is not only blessed with a loving husband, but also three adorable kids. 

The reality star and her NFL star husband had their first child - a son named Christopher Samuels, a year after their marriage in 2013. Their second child - daughter Milani Samuels came in 2015. Further, they had a new addition in their family on 26th November 2018 - a son named Chase Omari Samuels.

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Despite giving birth to three healthy children, Monique also had to go through the horrifying experience of losing her unborn child. In 2018, she opened about suffering a miscarriage of her third child and the fear she experienced during her pregnancy with the youngest son, Chase.

Assault Charges

Disagreements and small catfights are nothing new in the reality show, Real Housewives. But, things got out of hand for Monique when she got into a disagreement with a fellow cast member, Candiace Dillard.

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What started as a verbal discussion quickly escalated into a physical riot, when Monique allegedly grabbed Candiance by the hair and pulled her down during the filming of the show on 16 October 2019.

After the incident, Candiace directly filed a complaint to the court’s commissioner, after which Monique got charged with second-degree assault.

Monique Samuels (on the right) and Candiace Dillard (Photo: eonline.com)

Following the incident, Monique also got outcasted from the reality show as other cast members refused to film with her.

As of now, Monique is set to make an appearance for testimony on her charges on 23 December 2019. Also, if she is found guilty during the trial, she might have to face legal consequences too.

Some Other Facts

  • Monique was born on 6th October 1983, in Pleasantville, New Jersey.
  • She is not just a reality star, but also an entrepreneur and a businesswoman - who boasts an estimated net worth of  $4 million.
  • She attended the Duquesne University, where she was granted full scholarship but left after few semesters to pursue her career in music.
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