Terrence Howard May Have Had Difficult Marriages, But He's A Rock Solid Dad To His 5 Gorgeous Children

June 1, 2018

Unlike his character on the Fox hit show, Empire, actor Terrence Howard has managed to keep his real life family together.

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Terrence Howard's a family man

In fact, he's so good at keeping them away from media attention even if he has had some controversial moments.

It might come as a shock to some of his fans that the actor has not just a couple but five children.

Even more shocking is the fact that he is a grandfather already.

Wives and children

Howard married his first wife, Lori McCommas, twice, and she is the mother of his three older children. He married his second wife, Michelle Ghent, with whom he had a public divorce amid claims of physical abuse.

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He married Miranda Pak whom he called 'the one' even as unconfirmed reports stated that they were no longer together. He and Miranda have two sons, and they continue to make public appearances together.

The actor's oldest child Aubrey, 24, is a certified yoga instructor and avid cheerleader of her dad. She sneaks in fun supportive Empire posts from time to time on social media.

His second, Heaven, 20, does not quite get along with her father's wife. She has accused Mira of trying to come between her siblings and their famous father in the past.

He wears his heart on his sleeves

Howard, on his part, continues to keep his children away from controversy, but his Instagram page is otherwise filled with precious family moments and picture of him playing guitar with his sons Quirin and Hero.

When he is not doing that, he's missing his children and grandchildren or celebrating the mothers of his children.

We love the fact that Terrence Howard is a dad who wears his heart on his sleeves.

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