Facts of Amy Carter
|Full Name||Amy Lynn Carter|
|Birth City||Plains, Georgia|
|Father Name||Jimmy Carter|
|Father Profession||Former President|
|Mother Name||Rosalynn Carter|
|Date of Birth||October 19,1967|
Amy Carter is known by her identity as the daughter of the former president of the United States of America, Jimmy Carter. She gained the media attention when she started residing at the White House with his father when he was the president because prior to and after to Amy, no children had ever resided in the presidential mansion. People are well aware of the daughter's on-screen activities and political agendas but what about her personal life? Where did she grow? Is Carter married? Is she divorced?
Amy Carter was born on October 19, 1967, to her renowned father Jimmy Carter and mother Rosalynn Carter at Plains, Georgia. She had three brothers as her siblings, named Jack, Donnel, and James. Up until the age of three, the presidential daughter lived in Plains and had to move afterwards due to her father's success in the political arena.
The presidential daughter had a lavishing childhood for obvious reasons. When she was three, her father Jimmy was elected as the governor of the state Georgia which made the family to move to the Governor mansion from their original home at Plains. Moreover, when the little girl was nine, in 1976, her father stood up for the presidential election and won.
Following that, she broke the record books by being the first presidential children to live at the historic political office, White House. That was it when she broke all the headlines and gained popularity of her own.
She did her elementary studies at Stephens Elementary School and completed her middle school in Rose Hardy School at Washington DC. Furthermore, she got her high school at Woodward Academy College Park in Atlanta. For her undergraduate studies, the Carter daughter went to Brown University but unfortunately, she could not complete her academic credits and was dismissed. Later she got her bachelor's degree in fine arts (BFA) from Memphis College of Art and masters from Tulane University.
Her childhood at White House was subject to many criticisms but even more wealthy and carefree as the presidential little daughter, she owned a Siamese cat, first and last ever animal petted at the political center of America and the little daughter was also gifted a giant elephant from Sri Lanka.
Being born to a political hero, Amy was influenced by politics at an early age. She participated in many protests during the late 1980s and early 1990s aimed at the policies for racial segregation in Central and Southern America. Alongside activist, Abbie Hoffman, and 13 others, the Carter daughter got arrested during the protest against CIA recruitments at the University of Massachusetts but was later freed of all charges after a famous court trial. This event was one of the major reasons why she got dismissed at Brown University failing to complete her course work.
Personal life and marriage
Taking a glance at her relationship status, Carter has already been married twice. She was first married to a computer consultant, James Gregory Wentzel of Tulane University. The duo dated for some time before deciding to tie the knot in September 1996. They gave birth to their first and only child, Hugo on 29 July 1999 and decided to settle at Atlanta but unfortunately the two decided to part ways later. Later it was reported that, she remarried and also gave birth to her second child. The details regarding her second marriage is very much concealed.
Further than that, the 51 year old has been very private regarding her family life maintaining a modest lifestyle not disclosing any thing and does not attend to any public events or interviews. It is said that she is now focusing her life in her family.
Despite the exact facts being undisclosed, the net worth of the Carter daughter is expected to be around $7 million similar to the likes of other successful female personalities like Dianna Russini and Paige Hemmis. Being the daughter of the former president and governor, it is safe to say that her household is well off and wealthy.
She currently is not involved in any political activities but is a member of the board of counselors in social, nonprofit welfare organization, 'Cartercenter' that was founded by her parents in 1982.