Anna Wintour and Shelby Bryan were been in the relationship since 1999 and they got married in 2004. Now, after 20 years they have been officially separated on Wednesday. In 2013, they had a problem regarding he owed the IRS some $1.2 million in back taxes. After that, it’s been quite a while since they’ve been seen together. In February Anna Wintour and Bill Nighy met for dinner the media said that they were good friends and have been spotted at plays in London and NYC.
Reason for the separation
Shelby Bryan had three wives and he had four children. He shared his daughters Ashley and Alexis with his first wife Lucia. He shared his sons Austin and Jack with his second wife Katherine. Anna Wintour had an ex-husband David Shaffer they both had two children Bee and Charles and they sharing their children. Three of his four children live in New York and Alexis lives in Beverly Hills. Shelby Bryan separated from his second wife Katherine and had a relation with Anna, now he separated from Anna and getting a relationship with Katherine. Katherine Bryan, whose husband, investment banker Damon Mezzacappa, died in 2015. But sources close to Katherine tell us that she’s not back with Bryan who stepped out on her when he began an affair with the Condé Nast honcho back in 1999.
Shelby Bryan’s career
Bryan was chairman of the Texas Chamber Orchestra and is a financial contributor to New York’s Metropolitan Opera, the Houston Fine Arts Museum, and the Houston Grand Opera. Bryan started boxing when he was 14 years old, and at age 16 became one of the youngest Golden Gloves contenders. Bryan also served on the Board of The Actors Studio in the late 1980s. His personal ties to the performing arts include a first cousin, Peter Masterson, who was co-author and director of the hit Broadway musical The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Another cousin, Horton Foote, Won two Academy Awards for his screenplays as well as the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. And Bryan himself, in 1983, co-produced the off-Broadway play The Last of the Knuckle. A supporter of Democratic politics Bryan served as the National Finance Chair of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee from 1988-1989. He served on the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board from 1999-2001.