Nearly two years after their romantic Aspen wedding, Richard Marx and his wife, Daisy Fuentes, are more in love than ever! In an exclusive new interview with Closer Weekly, the singer gushed about his marriage to Daisy — and revealed he never thought he’d remarry before falling for the TV star.
“Daisy has had long relationships, and I was married for 25 years, so when we met, we were both at places in our lives where, I hate to say it, neither
of us believed in this. Our relationship seems to keep constantly surprising us and deepens with time,” the 53-year-old said.
“What I have found is that every day, I fall more in love with her,” Richard continued. “At our age, this level of crazy in love with each other
is so fun.” Daisy, 50, sweetly agreed their bond is stronger than ever before. “Everything is better because of him,” she has said of their union.
A few months after Daisy tied the knot with Richard in a surprise ceremony on Dec. 23, 2015, the couple held a second wedding reception “for everyone” in LA on Feb. 4. “When they got married in Aspen, it was very small and intimate — just her parents, her sister, and nephews and his mom and his three sons. This was a reception for everyone. They wanted us to feel like we were right back in Aspen with them, so it had a Winter Wonderland theme,” reality star Karent Sierra previously told E! News of the couple’s second soirée.
“[Daisy and Richard] kept kissing each other and looked at one another adoringly throughout the night,” a source revealed. “Even in a room full of people, there were sweet moments where they seemed alone. They appear very much in love.”
Daisy was previously hitched to actor and model Timothy Adams from 1991 until 1995. She was also once engaged to singer/songwriter Matt Goss in 2003, but the two later called it quits. The “Now and Forever” singer was married to Dirty Dancing star Cynthia Rhodes — with whom he has adult sons Lucas, Jesse, and Brandon — from 1989 until 2014.
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