Who is Kelly Bensimon’s ex-husband Gilles? How many children does she have with the photographer?


All you should know about Kelly Bensimon’s ex-husband Gilles and how many children she has with the photographer

Kelly Bensimon is a real estate agent, author, editor of Elle Accessories, and former model. She was married to fashion photographer Gilles Bensimon, and the couple parted ways in 2007.

They were married from 1997 to 2006. Giles Bensimon is a French photographer and former International Creativity Director of Elle magazine. He has also been a part of America’s Next Model as a photographer.

He was born on February 29, 1944, and is currently 79 years old. He is also known as “The Tripod”. Before getting married to Kelly Bensimon, he was married to Elle Macpherson from 1986 to 1989, and then he was married to Kelly from 1997 to 2007.

His net worth is estimated to be around $20 million. Here is everything you should know about Kelly and Gilles and how many children they have. 

Kelly Bensimon's and her ex-husband Gilles Bensimon
Kelly Bensimon and her ex-husband Gilles Bensimon

How many children does Kelly Bensimon have with the photographer?

Kelly Bensimon and Gilles Bensimon got married in 1997, and the couple parted ways in 2007. The couple lived a very private life, but there were rumors that Gilles was not the present father.

After Kelly gave birth, she was left alone by Giles, and he went on a vacation. She fell into postpartum depression and went through ups and downs. The couple shares two daughters together.

Their first child, their elder daughter Sea Louise, was born in 1998, and their other daughter Thaddeus Ann was born in 2000. The people faced a lot of ups and downs in their lives and later decided to part ways.

Kelly Bensimon dropped her husband’s surname in 2017 and went by her maiden name, Killoren. Kelly Bensimon is presently engaged to Scott Litner, who proposed to her in July 2023 at Lake Geneva, and that place holds importance to her as she has spent her childhood there. 

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