Most of us show interest in the professional life as well as the personal life of today’s generation of celebrities, but none of us show interest in the personal life of 60s celebrities who have contributed a lot for the Hollywood. Today we are going to talk about the relationship status of actress Barbara Eden.
Do you know who Barbara Eden is? Well, she is best known for her years on television sitcom in 1960 “I Dream of Jeannie” in which she played a lead role. Do you know she is married thrice in her life? How was her last marriage with Jon Eicholtz? Are they still together?
Is Barbara Eden still in a relationship with Jon Eicholtz?
Barbara Eden got married to the real estate developer Jon Truesdale Eicholtz. They were married on 5th January 1991 at the Grace Cathedral Church in San Francisco.
Well talking about their dating life, the couple dated each other for two years since 1989. And it has been 29 years since the couple is still together. There are no any rumors about their separation till the date. The couple is going very strong.
Talking about their children, then the couple doesn’t share any children together.
Barbara Eden's previous marriage and relationship
In October 1957, Barbara Eden married actor Michael Ansara. However, the couple couldn’t save their relationship even after being together for 17 years and got divorce in 1974. The couple shares a son, Matthew. But, Mathew got addicted to drugs and lost his life at the age 35.
After that, she also married to a Chicago Sun-Times Executive, Charles Donald Fegert in 1977. Barbara’ s relationship with Charles didn’t work properly as they got a divorce in 1983.
Besides all these married relationships, she also has been in a relationship with John Marion, Robert Vaughn, and Barry Coe. But none of them stayed with her for more time.
After the failure of several relationships, Barbara Eden is currently living with husband Jon Eicholtz with whom she has been together for 29 years. Their relationship is going smoothly without any rumors of extra affairs and separation.