Robert Kraft is a billionaire and the owner of the New England Patriots. He’s also an 81-year-old man who apparently wasn’t getting any younger. So, over the weekend — amid some controversy over a prenuptial agreement worth $72 million — Robert Kraft got married to Dana Blumberg, who is 39 years his junior.
That’s right: The guy whose team has won five Super Bowls in 17 years just tied the knot with someone who was born after their last win (in 2005). It’s been a wild week for this newly minted-husband and wife!
He was first married to Myra Kraft, who died of ovarian cancer in 2011 at the age of 68. She was also his business partner and they had four children together: Jonathan, Daniel, Joshua, and David. His second marriage was to his wife’s daughter Tami Rappaport Blumberg.
They wed on Saturday night in a star-studded ceremony at their estate on Nantucket Island in Massachusetts with guests including Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, as well as Oprah Winfrey and Bill Clinton.
Robert Kraft Gets Hitched
Robert Kraft and Dana Blumberg married Saturday at the Flagler Museum in Palm Beach, Fla., according to the media and other publications.
The New England Patriots owner, 77, tied the knot with girlfriend Dana Blumberg, who is 39 years his junior, on Saturday at the Flagler Museum in Palm Beach, Fla., according to Page Six and other publications.
The two were joined by some 500 friends and family members for the wedding ceremony that was officiated by Rabbi Robert Orkand of Temple Israel in West Palm Beach. Guests included Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen — who reportedly flew into town Friday — as well as a number of other A-list athletes including Carl Banks (former Giants defensive end), Herschel Walker (former Cowboys running back) and Terrell Owens (former Eagles wide receiver).
Kraft and Blumberg, who have been dating since 2016, originally met at a charity event in 2014. The bride’s father is David Blumberg, founder of Bloomberg L.P., and her mother is Cynthia Bower. Her brother is Michael Blumberg, former CEO of the Public Theater in New York City and currently president of Juilliard School in New York City.