Who is Christina Applegate's husband? Actress thanks daughter Sadie in emotional Hollywood Walk of Fame speech
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Christina Applegate finally got her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and the actress was visibly emotional while addressing this milestone. She made her first public appearance since her multiple sclerosis in August 2021, and she even mentioned Sagal, who stood beside her to provide with her moral support. She took the podium after a presenter declared November 14 as 'Christina Applegate Day' in Hollywood. While talking about her journey, Applegate did not forget to thank her family and especially her daughter.
The 50-year-old actress began thanking her family for her journey and success saying, "I don't say that I have friends, I have family. These people take care of me. They take care of me every day of my life, and without them, I don't know what I would do." The 'Married...with children' star then began thanking her daughter, Sadie Grace LeNoble, 11, saying, "And lastly, the most important person in this world is my daughter," she said. "You are so much more than even you know. You are so beautiful and kind and loving and smart and interesting, and I am blessed every day that I get to wake up and take you to your school. You are my everything. Thank you for standing beside me through all of this."
Who is Christina Applegate's husband?
Applegate was first married to Johnathon Schaech tying the knot in 2001 and eventually calling it off in 2007. Fast forward to 2013, she married Martyn LeNoble in Los Angeles, California. LeNoble is a bassist and one of the founding members of the alternative rock band Porno for Pyros. However, he began treading on this road when he was 14. The bassist moved to LA in 1989. Three years later, he linked with Peter DiStefano, Stephen Perkins, and Perry Farrell to form Porno for Pyros.
As for their relationship, Applegate and LeNoble keep their relationship private. Applegate has been a victim of several health issues and LeNoble was her rock when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008. It resulted in a double mastectomy as well as the removal of her ovaries and fallopian tubes. In an interview with PEOPLE, Applegate reflected on her journey and how LeNoble was a constant support. She said, "I'm very grateful to Martyn for coming along at a time that he did because he's been my rock through all of this. He gave me something to really want to live for and something to smile about."