This is Frances Bean Cobain’s second marriage. The ceremony was officiated by Michael Stipe
Frances Bean Cobainthe daughter of Kurt Cobainleader of Nirvana who committed suicide in 1994, married in secret Riley Hawkthe son of Tony Hawkat the beginning of October in Los Angeles.
Kurt Cobain’s daughter marries Tony Hawk’s son
As revealed by documents obtained by Tmzthe two, after obtaining their marriage license last September in San Diego County, they got married in Los Angeles on October 7th. But the surprises don’t end there: ad officiate the weddingin fact, was Frances’ godfather, that is l’ex frontman dei R.E.M. Michael Stipe. Frances Bean Cobain and Riley Hawk have been a couple since 2021, but their relationship only became officially public in August 2022, on the occasion of her thirtieth birthday, when her young woman shared a mirror selfie with her boyfriend .
For Frances Bean Cobain, the one with Riley Hawk is actually the second marriage. In March 2016, in fact, just two years after the day of the big yes, Kurt Cobain’s daughter divorced her first husband, the musician Isaiah Silva. The official reasons for the separation are not known, since at the time there was only talk of “irreconcilable differences“, classic American divorce formula. What we know for sure, however, is that the two exes they had argued over the guitar case that Kurt Cobain played before taking his own life. Ultimately, the judge ruled that the instrument should remain in the hands of Isaiah Silva.
Kurt Cobain’s legacy
Frances Bean Cobain was born on August 18, 1992 from the Nirvana frontman’s relationship with Courtney Love. The inheritance of Frances Bean Cobain, the sole heir of her father’s artistic and financial heritage, is around the sum of 450 million. Frances last saw Kurt Cobain in April 1994, a week before his suicide, when she was only one and a half years old. “When I was 15 I realized that it was impossible to escape Nirvana. I turned on the radio at all times and my father was there” she said in 2015. And, on the love he had for her: “It would have been nice have a father. He left in the most horrible way, but I know he loved me“.
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