Tulip Victoria Khaury

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Relationship Timeline Of Tulip Victoria Khaury

Husband : William Ervin Stewart
Tulip Victoria is supposedly married to William Ervin Stewart. Along with her husband, she has three kids.

Born on May 10, 1971, Tulip Victoria Khaury became famous from her parentage. Tulip is the daughter of Victoria Lombardi, also known as Miss Vicki, and Herbert Buckingham Khaury, commonly Tiny Tim. Khaury's father was called professionally, was an American singer, ukulele player, and musical archivist.

Tiny is well known for his falsetto renditions of the songs "Tiptoe Through the Tulips" and "Livin' in the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight." Despite his three marriages, she is Tim's sole daughter; he does not have any children other than Tulip despite his three marriages. Scroll down to get more information about Tulip's personal life.

Is Tulip Victoria Khaury Married Or Dating?

Tulip Victoria Khaury prefers to keep her personal life hidden from the public eye. Tulip's marital status had been a mystery to everyone, but it seems she has been a married woman for a long time.

Tulip Victoria Khaury photographed with her late father, Tiny Tim. 
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According to 1995 news, her mother, Victoria Lombardi, gave an interview where she revealed that her daughter at that time, 23, was already hitched. Moreover, she revealed that Tulip had two children; one daughter, Cherise, and one son, Jade

Many online outlets assume that her spouse is William Ervin Stewart. After marrying William, Tiny Tim's daughter goes by Tulip Khaury Stewart. Moreover, the report suggests she has yet another child and has a total of three kids.

Tulip's Father Tiny Tim professional Life

After a character in Charles Dickens' novel, Tiny Tim was his stage name, and he began playing in Greenwich Village bars. He also performed under many names at talent shows and parties. 

Late Tiny Tim With His Ex-Wife Jan Alweiss.
Late Tiny Tim With His Ex-Wife Jan Alweiss.
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Tiny Tim's parents tried to talk him out of pursuing music as a career, but he was set on it. Tim got booked on Rowan and Martins Laugh-In, a tremendously popular television variety program, after making a role in the movie You Are What You Eat in 1968.

Dan Rowan was taken aback by Tiny Tim's high-pitched falsetto voice, ukulele playing, and strange look (Tim stood over 6 feet tall and wore his dark, curly hair to his shoulders). He returned to Laugh-In numerous times and became a regular on Johnny Carson's Tonight Show. Tiny Tim continued to record, tour, and bask in the limelight.

Tulip Victoria Khaury Net Worth And More

Tulip Victoria Khaury is a celebrity daughter, just like India Rose Hemsworth, and enjoys a luxurious lifestyle. Her professional background has yet to be revealed. However, she has amassed a net worth of $100,000 as a result of her current occupation.

Apart from that, her father, Tiny Tim, has an estimated net worth of $250,000. Similarly, The American actor and singer Eddie Fisher had a net worth of more than $30 Million at his death in 2010.

Tulip has not disclosed any personal information anywhere. It seems like she is not active on social media platforms like Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. She appears to keep her private life as private as possible, like WBRZ TV traffic reporter and digital producer Falon Brown.

How Did Tulip's Father, Tiny Tim, Die?

Tiny Tim was an American singer, archivist, and multi-instrumentalist considerably renowned for his ukulele playing. Tiny was given a star on the outside mural of Minneapolis nightclub First Avenue.

Said star recognizes performers who have played sold-out gigs. Likewise, Tim made the legendary venue, Minneapolis nightclub First Avenue, renowned. 

According to journalist Steve Marsh, getting a star is "perhaps the most coveted public award an artist can receive in Minneapolis."

Guitar placed on Tulip Victoria's father's body.
Guitar placed on Tulip Victoria's father's body.
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Tiny died of a heart attack on September 28, 1996, just as he began singing at the Montague Grange Hall in Montague, Massachusetts, at a ukulele festival. He was admitted to the Franklin County Medical Center in Greenfield. 

Tim stayed there for almost three weeks before being discharged with strict instructions not to perform again due to his health, weight, and dietary requirements for his diabetic and cardiac ailments. Tim defied the doctor's advice to not function due to health reasons.

On November 30, 1996, he suffered a second heart attack while performing. He died of natural causes at the age of 64. Tiny Tim died of a heart attack, the leading cause of death.

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