The Ones She Wants! A Guide to Olivia Newton-John’s Beautiful Family With Husband John Easterling

How well do you know Olivia Newton-John? The singer — who is best known for her classic role as Sandy in the 1978 film Grease — is also a loving wife and mother, and it’s time we shine the spotlight on them!

Olivia and her ex-husband, Matt Lattanzi, welcomed one child while together, a daughter named Chloe Rose Lattanzi, during their 11-year marriage. But after the couple separated, the longtime Hollywood icon went on to marry her current husband, John Easterling, in 2008.

“I’m very lucky I have a wonderful, beautiful husband who is just so loving and fantastic. I always tell my friends you’re never too old to find love … I’m grateful,” Olivia previously gushed to People.

Today, the pair are as thick as thieves and Olivia wouldn’t want to have it any other way. But even though they have a close relationship, the “Physical” singer said her man never watched Grease until her former costar John Travolta showed it to him in 2018.

“John invited us for dinner at his house and he has a house with a runway as you do, that was always his dream,” Olivia previously explained on The Project of how the night began. “So my John was telling JT he never saw the movie, so John invited us on his plane which he recently had refurbished and my husband’s a pilot and he loves planes.”

She continued, “He had Grease playing on the television screen so he got to watch it on a plane with me and John.” So cool!

During their long marriage, Olivia and John have gone through a lot of ups and downs. When she battled breast cancer for the third time, the songstress remembers her hubby having her back, even on those days when she felt like giving up. “Of course, I had my moments, and my tears and all that, but I have a wonderful husband who supports me through those things,” she once told People. “I’m feeling good, just getting stronger.”

Sounds like Olivia has a wonderful family.

Scroll below to meet her husband, John, and her daughter, Chloe!