Celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson shared her ‘deepest condolences’ after the death of her ex-husband #2 Matthew Mogol this week, aged 48, following a battle with cancer.
‘We extend our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Matthew Mogol,’ the Indiana-born 45-year-old’s business representative told Page Six on Tuesday.
‘Our thoughts are with his and Tracy’s [eight-year-old] daughter, Penelope, during this devastating time.’
Tracy divorced the LA-based entrepreneur in 2013 after two years of marriage.
In 2014, Matthew founded the company Mogolo which produced the Kickstarter-funded Kid Lid, a cover to keep children off their parents’ devices.
Coincidentally, her first husband – New York Knicks player Eric Anderson – also died, age 48, from a ‘cardiac-related event after battling pneumonia’ in 2018 – according to IndyStar.com.
The fitness guru and the NBA player ended their decade-long marriage in 2008 after welcoming their son Sam, now 22 years old.
On March 3, Anderson got engaged again, this time to Asplundh Tree Expert VP Chris Asplundh, after a two-year romance.
Starting Friday through Labor Day, Tracy is hosting ‘al fresco, COVID-conscious’ workout classes on the lawn of her Water Mill location in New York featuring ‘Super-G Cardio floors.’
The 5ft blonde’s prominent past clients include Madonna, Jennifer Lopez, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kim Kardashian, Tracee Ellis Ross, Lena Dunham, Alessandra Ambrosio, and Victoria Beckham.