Robin McGraw is Dr. Phil’s Divorce

April 12, 2008
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Robin McGraw is a best-selling author and a celebrity in her own right as the wife of Dr. Phil. You can see her biography, photos and video below.




Recently, rumors of divorce have resurfaced between Robin McGraw and her self help guru husband of 31-years, Dr. Phil. The only statement any camp is giving, including Oprah Winfrey, is “no comment.” Maybe Dr. Phil got too caught up in helping everyone else.

Robin McGraw Biography

As a biography, Robin McGraw was born in Dallas, Texas on October 1, 1951, which makes her age 56. She went to college, but it is unclear whether she received her degree. Robin married McGraw when she was 23-years-old and became a stay-at-home wife. Three years later the couple had their first son, Jay. A second son, Jordan, followed seven years later. Robin’s family has been her main focus since day one.

I never had any resentment about the fact that I had chosen to stay home. But I think a lot of women who don’t work outside the home need to focus on remembering who they are. Remember: You can choose to stay at home and still feel entitled to equal say in the decisions that are made for your family. You are more than worth it.

Robin is a mainstay on her husband’s television show and has made guest appearances on ‘Rachael Ray.’ The pair have hosted numerous programs together including, ‘Christmas in Washington,’ ‘JC Penny Jam Concert for America’s Kids’ and ‘Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular.’ Robin did a solo hosting gig for HGTV with ‘White House Christmas’ in 2006.

In that same year, Robin released the book ‘Inside My Heart: Choosing to Live with Passion and Purpose.’ She is also a big proponent of children and families, serving on the board of The Dr. Phil Foundation.

You can see more pictures and video of Robin McGraw in the audience while Paula Abdul tries to teach Dr. Phil how to dance below.

Robin McGraw Video









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6 Responses to “Robin McGraw is Dr. Phil’s Divorce”

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    Daisy Says:

    This is of course not good for Dr. Phil if true. After all, he’s making a nice living out of telling other people how to solve their relationship/marriage problems. And when they say “No comment” it usually means it’s true, we’re working out a way to get out of this without hassle and damage to our reps. Otherwise you would simply deny it, imho.

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    MajickOne Says:

    These two are people just like us. The only difference is that they are constantly in the public eye. It doesn’t matter how much you try to help others – there are always people out there that will bash down anyone who is successful, beautiful or both. How about everyone just concentrating on making their lives better by contributing more to their relationships, family and loved ones and stop belittling and defacing others. It boils down to just envy and being jealous. I hope they aren’t going through a tough time. But, if they are, my thoughts and prayers are with them and hope they retain the harmony and love in their lives again.

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    jen Says:

    I could care less about her, I dont think she is pretty, she looks crossed eyed. She is not all that great in my opinion

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    marsha b Says:

    i happen to know dr phil and robin personally..have for over twenty years…they have never considered divorce..they are very devoted to each other…it amazes me that people will take the time to log on here to be critical of someone they have never met…robin mcgraw happens to be very kind and beautiful…more so on the inside…i ma sure she could care less if you think she is pretty

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    Chloe Says:

    Seriously, nothing better to do than to criticize Dr. Phil for his supposed marital problems? I honestly doubt any of this is true. And you know what? Even if they were getting a divorce, that does not in any way discredit Dr. Phil for any advice that he has given. People have problems, even psychologists. And just because his marriage didn’t work out (and again, I don’t think it’s true), it does not mean that advice he has given other people has not been helpful.