Comparing Shaunie O’Neal’s Height To That Of Other Celebrity Spouses
American television personality Shaunie O’Neal was born on November 27, 1974, in Wichita Falls, Texas, United States.
The 48-year-old O’Neal is the executive producer of VH1’s reality TV series Basketball Wives, Basketball Wives LA, and Baller Wives. She was also an entrepreneur and a former filmmaker.
Shaunie’s Marriage Life
Shaunie was dating the American former professional basketball player, Shaquille Rashaun O’Neal professionally known as Shaq for around two years, and later after two years they got engaged.
On December 26, 2002, the couple got married at the Beverly Hills Hotel and were having four children. Later, the couple announced their split and got separated on September 4, 2007, after five years of marriage.
Shortly after their separation, the duo reconciled but it didn’t last for long. Two years after reconciling, Shaunie applied for a divorce from the former professional basketball player on 10, November 2009. And finally, in 2011, the couple got legally divorced.
Years after separation, Shaunie married Pastor Keion Henderson in 2022 at Anguilla. The Basketball Wives fame expressed that Henderson loves her and her children in a way that changed her life and heart. The newly married couple had a Caribbean marriage ceremony with 200 guests.
As of the reports, Henderson and Shaunie had been dating for around two years. 41-year-old Henderson proposed to Shaunie in November 2021. He remarked to the media that he had never been more loved than he is right now.
After the engagement, she commended that it was one of the most magical and unique days of her life. She was very shocked at the way Henderson proposed to her. She expressed that she has never been officially proposed to down on one knee and ‘Will you marry me?’ moment.
Shaunie even added that after a failed marriage life, she never thought that she’ll ever experience love like this ever in her life. She remembers every single thing of the night she was proposed to and remarks that it was an amazing and unforgettable night of her life.
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Now Shaunie Henderson is 5 feet 7 inches ie; 170 cm which is too tall for a woman. Henderson, known for her appearance in “Love Shaq and the Shaunie’s Home Court” show is very much conscious about her physique and weighs around 143 pounds.
When compared to other celebrity spouses, Shaunie is a little taller than others. American actress and media personality Kristen Bell is loftier at 5 feet 1 inch. She is married to renowned American actor Dax Shephard.
On the other hand, Blake lively, a renowned American actress and the wife of Canadian and American actor and businessman Ryan Reynolds is three inches taller at 5 feet 10 inches.
American actress and businesswoman Gwyneth Paltrow, the wife of American television writer, director, and producer Brad Falchuk, is loftier at 5 feet 9 inches.
Similarly, Elizabeth Banks, an American actress, filmmaker, and wife of American sportswriter, producer, and blogger Max Handelman is two inches shorter at 5 feet 5 inches. The American actress Emma Stone, wife of American comedian, writer, and director David Lawrence McCary is an inch shorter at 5 feet 6 inches.
At the same time when compared to former American professional tennis player Serena Williams, Shaunie is two inches shorter at 5 feet 9 inches. She is married to Alexis Kerry Ohanian, an American internet entrepreneur, and investor.
While compared to all these exquisite women out there, Shaunie Henderson seems to have a standard female height that makes her the center of attraction at any event.
Also, this American television personality gained huge popularity with her first marriage to the American former professional basketball player Shaquille O’Neal.
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