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Quick Timeline Of Susann Margreth Branco
A former makeup artist, Susann Margreth Branco came to highlight after marrying one of the legendary Major League Baseball (MLB) player, Barry Bonds. Well, he spent 22 seasons with the Pittsburgh Pirates and San Francisco Giants in Major League Baseball.
The celebrity wife, Susann Margreth who is originally from Sweden holds Swedish citizenship. But she has kept much of her details secret so no more information about her birthdate and family history is available. Similarly another celebrity partner, Kim Weeks.
Was Married for Six Years with Barry
Sun Bonds, aka Susann Margreth Branco and born as Barry Lamar Bonds was married for 6 years.
The pair had their first encounter in Montreal, Quebec, in August 1987. At the time, she worked in Ogilvy's as a makeup girl and stripped downtown at Chez Paree. They soon fell in love after meetings, and formally became husband and wife.
Susann and Barry celebrated their wedding ceremony on 5 February 1988 at an intimate ceremony. The event eloped in Las Vegas infornt of the bride and groom's family members and family. Likewise, the lovebirds dated for 6 months after getting together in 1987.
Got Divorced in 1994
In June 1994 Margreth Branco and Barry started living separately. Even after 6 years of unity in marriage, they had officially divorced in December 1994. In reality, the Catholic Church annulled their marriage in 1997.
Their split was a widely publicized divorce after a prenuptial arrangement was signed by Bonds. In which, Susann surrendered her right to a share of his present and potential earnings.
Barry stills have thus supported Susann Margreth with $20,000 in child support per month. Also, he gave $10,000 as spousal support at the time of the ruling.
Proud Mother of Two Children
Susann Margreth and her husband Barry shares two adult children from their nuptials. On December 18, 1989, they gave birth to their first-born child or eldest son, Nikolai Lamar Bonds.
Shikari Bonds is Branco and Brands' youngest baby-daughter born in March 1991. Mention to that, during games a son Nikolai still sat in the dugout next to his father.
During his father's playing in San Francisco in 2010 Nikolai Lamar worked as a Giants batboy.
Re-Marriage with Second Wife
On 10 January 1998, Bonds married his second wife, Liz Watson at an intimate ceremony. The celebration was held in front of 240 guests, at the San Francisco Ritz-Carlton Hotel.
The couple had been staying with their daughter Aisha Lynn Bonds in Los Altos Hills, California. Both the exes parted their ways on June 9, 2009, after ten-and-a-half years of marriage.
2nd Wife, Liz files for Divorce
On 21 July 2009, after 11 years of marriage with her husband, Barry, Liz Watson filed for legal separation. But instead, they were reconciled for seven months before Liz officially filed for divorce on 26 February 2010, in Los Angeles.
Bonds and Watson's papers finally were filed at the Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday, June 6, 2011. And, Watson, is seeking joint legal and physical custody to their daughter, Aisha Lynn.
Bought a home for Ex-Girlfriend Kimberly Bell
A professional baseball player had an extensive romantic relationship with Kimberly Bell, just after ending his first marriage. They began their relationship in 1994, and ended in May 2003.
San Francisco Giants had also bought a home for Bell in Scottsdale, Arizona. But, a 2015 RWA Golden Heart Finalist lied of his use of steroids in 1999 and later threatened abuse against her.
How Rich is Susann Margreth Branco in 2020?
Being a former makeup artist, Susann Margreth has collected a decent amount of money. Her actual amount of net value is not mentioned anywhere, but it could be about $500 thousand, similar to Sharon Thomas, mother of Dean Cain.
Likewise, the average annual wage in the US for a Makeup Artist Job is $47,917 a year. Therefore, we can assume that Branco would pay off during her work in the same area.
On the other hand, her spouse is Barry Bonds is listed in the Top 20 Richest Baseball players in the World. A retired American baseball left fielder who played 22 seasons in MLB with the San Francisco Giant has a net worth of $100 million as of early April 2020.
In today, Bonds is earning about $30 million in the year. Similarly, from his appearance as a productive baseball player, Bonds has made a heavy amount all the time. In fact, he earned an MLB average salary of $188,245,322. His earnings peak in 2005 when he was paid $22 million in base salary.
During his long term career, Bonds received a record of seven NL MVP awards, eight Gold Glove awards, 12× Silver Slugger Awards, and 14 All-Star selections. Some of his MLB records include 762 career home runs, 73 home runs, single-season, 232 bases on balls, single-season, 863 slugging percentage, single-season and more.
Highest-Paid Athlete All the Time
In 1993 Barry and the Giants settled on a $43.75 million six-year contract that came with a signing bonus of $2.5 million. He re-signed with the Giants again in January 2002 for a five-year, $90 million contract.
Bonds' salary for the 2005 season was $22 million, Major League baseball's second-highest salary. He had earned $20 million (not including bonuses) in 2006, the fourth highest baseball income.
Over his 21-year career, Barry had earned around $172 million in 2006, making him the all-time highest paying player in baseball. He signed a new one-year deal worth $15.8 million in 2007 and reported on time to the Giants 'Spring training camp.
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