Who is Lori Loughlin’s husband? Many are wondering about him, since his daughter with the Full House alum recently revealed the downsides of having famous parents. If you want to know more about Lori Loughlin’s husband, then our Mossimo Giannulli wiki has everything you need. So, keep reading!
Who Is Lori Loughlin’s Husband?
Mossimo Giannulli, age 54, was born on June 4, 1963, in Southern California. He is an American-Italian fashion designer and is the mogul behind the Irvine clothing brand, with an estimated net worth of $80.0 million! The brand made a deal with Target in 2000 and is probably most known for being sold throughout its stores.
Mossimo is most famous for his multi-million dollar fashion empire that he founded in 1986. You may have seen the brand on the clothing racks of Walmart and Target, but as of last months, fans of Mossimo’s line will no longer find it at Target! According to reports, Target gave the beloved Mossimo brand the axe and is instead bringing in a denim-focused label called Universal Thread.
In a press release given by Target, Mark Tritton (Target’s executive vice president and chief merchandising officer) explained reasons behind the shake up and the removal of brands like Mossimo.
“Our new brands are all about the changing face of our guests—what they need, what they’re looking for from Target. When we took a close look at our existing assortment with this in mind, we saw a disconnect. We knew we’d need to refresh our offerings—and define new ones—so our guests continue to love what they’re discovering at Target and want to keep coming back, again and again,” said Tritton.
No word on what Mossimo Giannulli thinks about Target pulling his brand from his shelves, but it certainly has some fans of his line worried about where they will be able to find his pieces once Target officially pulls the plug. (But with a net worth of $80.0 million from the fashion empire he built, we’re not sure Mossimo’s too worried!)
Mossimo Giannulli’s Kids
Mossimo and Loughlin have been married since 1997 and have two daughters together: models and YouTube stars Isabella, 19, and Olivia, 18. Mossimo also has a son from a previous relationship, 26-year-old Gianni Giannulli. Mossimo lives with his family in Bel Air, California.
Earlier last year, Olivia was involved in a collision while filming a video for her vlog. She took footage before, during, and after the accident, which many took to her social media pages to voice their concerns about vloggers filming while driving and how unsafe it truly is. Olivia responded in agreement with them and vowed to never do it again.
“I am so lucky that I am okay and that the other people in the crash are okay too. It is so scary being in the world and it really put things into perspective for me,” she wrote.
“I don’t know if the man who hit me was texting or just purely wasn’t paying attention, but please always always look at the road when you’re driving. I promise to never vlog, text, etc. when I drive again because not only could you injure yourself, but you could hurt or kill another person[sic].”
And if you think that Olivia is an exact replica of her mother, you’re not wrong! The two look so much alike, it’s uncanny!
Uncle Jesse and Aunt Becky (with the good hair) may not be a couple in real life, but that doesn’t stop Full House star John Stamos from showing his co-star and friend, some love. In a recent E! interview, Loughlin revealed that Stamos adores her daughters and thinks that she and her husband should write a book on parenting!
“He is very complimentary to me about my own girls. I have two girls who are 18 and 19 and he just adores them. We were talking a couple of weeks ago and he said to me, ‘You and [your husband] should write a book on how to parent kids because your girls are so great,’ which is such a high compliment. We shouldn’t write a book, but it was so sweet of him to say that.”
The Downside of Being Famous
In a recent YouTube video (on her account which boasts over 1.3 million followers), Olivia discussed the problems with having two famous parents while growing up.
“I remember when I was 6, 7, 8 years old, I would always think about, ‘Do they want to be my friend for me or (because of) my mom or my dad?’” she said. “I think that’s probably not normal thoughts a 6-year-old, 7-year-old, 8-year-old child would have, but it’s definitely something.”
Olivia also recalled a time when she thought someone from her sister’s soccer team was using her to get close to her parents.
“She just gave me the vibe that she wanted to be my sister’s friend and my friend because of our mom,” she said. “I just remember when I was 8 years old, I was like, ‘Red flag.’”