Grace Miguel Biography -Grace Miguel Wiki
Grace Miguel real name Michelle Grace Harry, is Usher’s ex-wife. She was born on April 3, 1969 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States.
Grace Miguel Age
She was born on April 3, 1969 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States.
Grace Miguel Husband
She has been married twice. Her first marriage was to her ex-husband Rene McLea. They had two children, a daughter Leaf and a son Raiden.
Her second marriage was to Usher. Usher was previously married to Tameka Foster, with whom he had two children, Naviyd Ely Raymond and Usher Raymond V. He filed for divorce from Tameka Foster in June 2009 in Atlanta and the divorce was legally finalized on November 4, 2009 in Fulton County Court.
Usher and Grace began dating in 2009. They secretly wed in September 2015 while vacationing in Cuba months after he proposed in January 2015. They announced their separation in March 2018 in a joint statement:
“After much thought and consideration, we have mutually decided to separate as a couple. We remain deeply connected, loving friends who will continue supporting each other through the next phases of our lives. The enormous amount of love and respect that we have for each other will only increase as we move forward.”
Usher filed for divorce from Miguel in Georgia on Decemeber 28, 2018.
Usher Grace Miguel Age Difference
Grace was born on April 3, 1969 while Usher was on October 14, 1978. They have an age difference of 9 years.
Grace Miguel Children
She is a mother to a son Raiden and a daughter Leaf Miguel.
Grace Miguel Daughter
Her daughter named Leaf Miguel, is involved in music.She was born as Mikala Leaf McLean in 1995.
Grace Miguel Nationality
She is of American nationality.
Grace Miguel Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches.
Grace Miguel Net Worth
This information about her net worth is being updated.
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