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QVC Host Mary DeAngelis Married to Husband - Do they share Children? More to Mary's Cancer diagnosis

Updated On 11 Jan, 2024 Published On 08 Sep, 2021
QVC Host Mary DeAngelis Married to Husband - Do they share Children? More to Mary's Cancer diagnosis

In case you didn't know, the shopping network QVC's host Mary DeAngelis relishes a married life with her husband of ten years. Here's everything you need to know about married life, children & the cancer diagnosis of DeAngelis.

QVC Host Mary DeAngelis' Married Life of Ten Years! Does She Share Any Children With Her Husband?

One can't deny the talents of television host Mary DeAngelis who has graced the TV screen for many years. People are well-known about her professional life, but not a lot is unveiled when it comes to her personal life, especially regarding her love life. 

QVC Host Mary DeAngelis married Danny DeAngelis in 2010. SOURCE: Instagram (@maryqvc)

The TV personality is a happily married woman who walked down the aisle with her beloved husband Danny DeAngelis, aka 'Mr. D' ten years ago on October 10, 2010. What's more, Mary and Danny dated for a while before taking their relationship to the next level.

Mary, as of now, hasn't given birth to any biological children. However, she is a devoted stepmom to Danny's children, who he shares with his ex-wife. Aside from her step-children, Mary, a busy wife, also mothers a rescued cat named Jasper.

Was Mary De Angelis Diagnosed with Cancer?

In December 2019, right before Christmas, Mary De Angelis found out that she had thyroid cancer. On October 1, 2020, De Angelis announced taking a break from hosting the show to take care of her health.

Mary DeAngelis with his spouse on their stepson's military graduation day. SOURCE: Instagram (@maryqvc)

Unfortunately, Mary didn't unveil much information about her medical status and cancer diagnosis to the public. She kept much of her health condition a secret but assured her fans that she was doing better than before.

Nevertheless, Mary, with her fighting spirit, was able to overcome the illness. Mary, who took a break for a few days to rest and heal, returned to work in January 2020.

About Mary's Weight Loss Journey & Television Career 

Mary De Angelis is currently a host for the show The Kitchen with Mary on QVC2. DeAngelis joined the QVC network in 2009. Ever since then, she's been co-presenting for the popular In the Kitchen cooking show. The show hosted by Mary and fellow QVC cast David Venable involves simple cooking recipes with kitchen appliances and food products. 

Here's the video of Mary DeAngelis's hosting on QVC's show. 

Other than that, Mary DeAngelis also takes the initiative to educate about healthy and unhealthy diets. In her personal blog post, Mary explained that it took her almost a decade to end the stress-induced eating disorder that followed her into adulthood.

Mary DeAngelis celebrates Valentine's Day together with her husband. SOURCE: Instagram (maryqvc)

All in all, Mary followed a gluten-free diet & traveled a lot which certainly helped her lose much of her weight. But, she didn't undergo a weight loss surgery and fully claimed it was a natural weight loss transformation.

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