Sports Commentator Michael Wilbon's Blissful Married Life With His Wife, No Divorce Plans!
We all have heard stories about the couple who gets married at 25, born their little ones and fulfill their remaining wishes after the children are grown up. But today let’s hear a different story which is equally perfect like this one.
Here, we will be dealing with a story of a couple who got married at the middle age and are happily rearing their child now.
An ESPN commentator and former columnist for the Washington Post, Michael Wilbon, 57, have a blissful married life. Though he got married at the age of 43, he lived every moment with his wife like any other husband. Michael has a very understanding wife and a cute baby boy who makes his life more blissful.
What a Happy Family: Wife and Children?
Michael Wilbon married Sheryl Wilbon, a former attorney in 1997. We couldn’t find the further details about their marriage from our sources. It’s been nineteen years since the couple is spending a beautiful conjugal life.
Caption: Michael Wilbon with wife Sheryl Wilbon in their elegant living room in 2013
The first child of the couple, son, Matthew Raymond stepped into the world via surrogate on March 26, 2008. Before his birth, Michael faced a heart attack. Michael awoke his seven months pregnant wife in the middle of the night and told to take him to the hospital. The loving wife, Sheryl despite her suffering, took her husband to the hospital and luckily, he got cured later.
Caption: Michael Wilbon with wife, Sheryl, and son Matthew in 2010.
Even now, the roads for their relationship aren’t smooth. Michael is busy and out from home almost every time. However, Sheryl takes care of the son and their house. The couple has a home in Scottsdale, Arizona which is the destination of Michael in holidays and off time.
Well, looking at the matureness and understanding of the couple, we can say that they aren’t getting a divorce anytime soon. We hope that this couple will spend this beautiful relation till the last days of their life.
What is his Net Worth?
His career that started since 1997 has traveled a long way from being a columnist and sports writer in the Washington post to the commentator, analyst, and co-host for the show “Pardon the Interruption on ESPN.”
These endeavors and his salary of $4 million per year have yielded him a net worth of $ 12 million.