Tomeeka Robyn Bracy Biography

Tomeeka Robyn Bracy is the wife of American singer, songwriter, musician, record producer, and multi-instrumentalist Stevie Wonder. Check out this biography to know about her childhood, family, personal life, etc.

Tomeeka Robyn Bracy
Quick Facts

Born: 1975

Famous: Black Women

Age: 44 Years, 44 Year Old Females

Famous as: Stevie Wonder's Wife


Spouse/Ex-: Stevie Wonder (m. 2017)

children: Bri Sche’ Milan Fair, Izaiah Lee Anthony Fair, Kenaya Tare Fair, Nia Morris

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Tomeeka Robyn Bracy is the wife of American singer, songwriter, musician, record producer, and multi-instrumentalist Stevie Wonder. She is the singer’s third wife. Tomeeka and Stevie were in a relationship for several years before they got married. They have two daughters. Their wedding was a lavish one and was attended by many celebrities. Tomeeka and Stevie have a huge age gap. She is of the same age as Stevie’s first-born child, Aisha. Tomeeka was earlier married to Terry Lee Junior Fair, with whom she has two daughters. They also had a son, who died in an accident when he was just 2 years old. Tomeeka worked in a school long before she was married to Stevie.

Tomeeka Robyn Bracy
Personal Life
  • Tomeeka was born in 1975. She and Stevie began living together in 2012. They got married in July 2017. The lavish wedding was held at 'Hotel Bel-Air' in Los Angeles. Celebrities such as John Legend, Usher, and Pharrell Williams were on the guest list. Tomeeka and Stevie released hundreds of butterflies at the wedding. Although Stevie is a private person and does not allow the media to interfere in his personal life, he did not keep any information about his marriage with Tomeeka hidden. Tomeeka and Stevie have two children. The identity of their first child has still not been revealed. However, according to some reports, they had a baby girl in 2013. When Tomeeka got pregnant for the second time, rumors of her carrying a set of triplets started surfacing. The rumors were put to rest when she gave birth to a baby girl, Nia, in December 2014. Nia is Stevie’s ninth child.
  • Tomeeka has two more daughters, Bri Sche’ Milan and Kenaya Tare’ Fair, from her previous marriage with Terry Lee Junior Fair. They had a son who died in a tragic accident.
  • In 2005, Tomeeka and Terry’s two-year-old son Izaiah fell from the window of their apartment and died. Tomeeka had left Izaiah unattended for a short period of time when the critical incident happened. According to reports, she was in her kitchen when she heard screams. She rushed to Izaiah but found him dead on the ground outside. Tomeeka immediately rushed to the spot. Meanwhile, one of her daughters called 911 for help. Izaiah had severe head and facial injuries. Tomeeka picked him up and was about to rush for help when the police and rescue workers arrived. Izaiah was taken to the 'Inova Fairfax Hospital,' where he was declared dead. An investigation conducted later revealed nothing against Tomeeka.
  • Tomeeka is Stevie’s third wife and the mother of two of his children. The 25-time 'Grammy'-winner has fathered nine children from five different women. His first two children, Aisha and Keita, were born to his secretary, Yolanda Simmons. Tomeeka’s other stepchildren are Mumtaz Morris, Kailand, and Mandla Kadjay Carl Stevland Morris. Mumtaz is the son of Stevie and Melody McCulley, while Kailand and Mandla’s mother, Kai Millard Morris, was Stevie’s second wife. Two of Stevie’s children, Sophia and Kwame, were born to a woman whose identity has not been disclosed yet.
  • According to some sources, Tomeeka had a regular job before she met Stevie. She worked at 'The Monroe School,' in Washington, DC.
  • She has lived in Los Angeles, California; Washington, DC; Oxon Hill and Temple Hill, Maryland; Fredericksburg, Virginia; and Atlanta, Georgia.

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