HomeArticle"Losing Your Child Is Like Losing Your Soul" See The Journey Of Veteran Actress Barbara Eden Who Lost Her Only Son To Drug OverDose and How She Moved On: Married To Third Husband Jon Eicholtz
"Losing Your Child Is Like Losing Your Soul" See The Journey Of Veteran Actress Barbara Eden Who Lost Her Only Son To Drug OverDose and How She Moved On: Married To Third Husband Jon Eicholtz
Updated On 24 May, 2019 Published On 14 Mar, 2018
The life of actress Barbara Eden seems to be perfect but most of you might not know the pain and heartbreaking secrets of the gorgeous actress hidden behind her smile.
She was almost broken into pieces when she lost her only son, Matthew Ansara due to the drug overdose, days before his own marriage. She was devastated and heartbroken after the incident and couldn't move on from the loss she's faced until she met her third husband, Jon Eicholtz.
Eden is now living a blessed life with Jon Eicholtz. Get the details about her personal life in today's session.
I Dream of Jeannie star Barbara Eden's Married Life with Jon Eicholtz
No doubt, the couple is still growing stronger with time as there are no rumors about their separation or divorce. The pair does not share any children together.
Barbara Eden's Past Affairs and Relationship
Eden was previously married to Michael Ansara in 1958. He is known for his performance in I Dream of Jeannie and Happy Anniversary.
The duo met while both of them were under a contract with Fox. He was working on a TV series whereas Eden was busy performing on the movie How to Marry a Millionaire.
Gorgeous Barbara Aden with her former husband Michael Ansara.
The couple, who was blessed with a son named Matthew Ansara managed to be together till 1974 living a conjugal life for more than 16 years.
Eden was totally devastated when her only son was found dead at the age of 35 due to the drugs overdose.
Barbara Eden ended her marriage with Charles Donald Fegert as he was abusive and addicted to cocaine.
After the first divorce, she married her second husband, former Sun-Times advertising chief Charles Donald Fegert in 1977. Though they were very happy in their married life, they faced certain disturbances in their life that resulted in their relationship to end with a divorce.