“He’s Not My Late Husband, He’s My Husband’: Iman Refuses To Marry Again, After Losing Soul Mate, David – Video


Few love stories are as epic as David Bowie and Iman. The powerhouse pair met in 1990 and shared more than two decades together before Bowie tragically depart on January 10th, 2016. Their beautiful romance inspired many throughout the years. In the time since, Iman has spoken fondly of her husband. She recalls the happier times and the things they discusses before his passing.

She has also been very open about her desire to not remarry and how she’s gri-ed him in his absence. David Bowie and Iman met on a blind date in 1990. While Bowie has confessed that it was love at first sight, Iman says it took her a few months to get there.

However she eventually did, and they wed in 1992. Their daughter, Alexandria Zahra Jones, was born August 15th, 2000 at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. Bowie was an artist till the very end, and in his final years produced an album titled Blackstar.

The album dealt with themes of d-th, gri-ef, resurrection and completion. He recorded the project in private. Bowie released the album and depart two days later. He had not told the world he was struggling with liver ca-ncer. His producer said he wanted the project to be his “swan song.”

In his absence, wife Iman has said that the “struggle is real, but so is god.” Even 5 years later she says she is still coping with the loss – vowing to never marry again, because she feels like she’s still married. The legendary model recalls someone calling David her late husband a few years ago in which she corrected them. “No, he’s not my late husband. He’s my husband.” She recently sat down with Tamron Hall to discuss grief and how she’s getting along. Iman confesses that in the 5 years since he’s depart, she had not truly gri-ed.

Their daughter was a teen at the time, and she had the responsibility of taking care of her first.

When the pandemic hit, she decided to go to their home in upstate New York. She says while there, grief came knocking. She confessed that she spent many nights crying, not sleeping and missing her husband. “Grief came knocking at the door and stayed for while” she told Hall. “It just came and sat down with me and said ‘it’s time’”. Iman says she understand now that there is joy on the other side of grief and that she is grateful for the solitude. She is now ready to celebrate their love. Iman says she used to wear her husbands cologne to feel close to him. Now she unveiled a scent that she created to commemorate their love.

She calls it a “fragrance with a past.” It is called Love Memoir by IMAN. Its product description on HSN says “Love Memoir is a celebration of Iman’s memories with her true love. It is a love story about the moments that mattered most and the journey of eternal love.”


Samantha JacksonI understand. I married a widower and it’s been h-ll! They compare and you’ll never measure up. It’s not that the new spouse is a bad person, just not the late spouse. If no one else can’t measure up she should stay by herself so not to ruin the next person.

Taura TaylorIt means what she experienced is too great and can never, ever be replaced and it’s not worth trying and she’s content with living her life enjoying the memories daily…..

Carmen SandersGood. No other man will treat and respect Iman like David. That cannot be replaced.

Patrece JordanLet her handle her grief the way she can. I handled the grief of losing my first husband so hard, he couldn’t properly transcend….

Ethel RichardsonObviously she had a happy marriage and still considers David as her hubby and soul mate. He is still a part of her heart.

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