Chris Morocco Family: Wife, Kids, Sister, Parents |
Chris Morocco wife and familyEdit
Amber Eve Bennett (wife)
- Duration of marriage: July 30, 2010 - present time (12 years 5 months)
Amber is a designer and artist. Hailing from England, she moved to New York to work for Calvin Klein. She later collaborated with other brands, including Anna Sui, Club Monaco and Jason Wu, before becoming a design director at Anthropologie.
It’s unclear how long Amber and Chris dated before tying knots on July 30, 2010. The both spouses prefer to keep their life away from the limelight and don’t share any details about their married life and kids. However, Morocco says that he usually doesn’t cook for his wife and only boils milk for her tea and lattes.
Chris Morocco kids
Alec Morocco (son with Amber)
- Date of birth: 2013
Alec is the couple’s firstborn. His dad calls him a culinary tyrant as his tastes change very quickly. Chris even had to make different lunch boxes when he was a preschooler and Alec rated them. Very often, the grades were pretty low.
Finn Morocco (son with Amber)
- Date of birth: 2015
Finn’s as well as his older brother’s privacy is guarded by their parents. Though their dad shares some photos of them on his social media, the pictures usually feature their hands and some food. Moreover, Amber created an Instagram account to share the boys’ photos but with close people only.
David Morocco (father)
It’s unclear what David does for a living. He has a Facebook account but doesn’t share any information there.
Catherine Cobb Morocco (mother)
Catherine is a poet and writer who has authored several books. Previously, she was a senior scientist at Education Development Center in Newton, MA.
Denise Morocco (older sister)
Denise is a sustainable interior designer and principal at Kent Interiors in New York. She shares a daughter with her husband Stephen.
As Chris is rather tight-lipped in everything that concerns his family, we don’t know for sure if he has more siblings or not.
Chris Morocco got into the spotlight thanks to his amazing culinary talent. He worked as a production manager at Vogue when he felt that cooking was his vocation and decided to study at French Culinary Institute. Today, Chris is a Senior Food Editor at Bon Appetit magazine and a YouTube personality who hosts Reverse Engineering web series.