Diane Alexander

Diane Alexander

Diane Alexander

Diane Alexander

Diane Alexander is an expert in coaching and leadership. Here are her insights from an interview she did with The Next Web.

Sofia Richie

Richie’s divorce from Harvey was finalized in 1993, and he married Diane Alexander in 1995. The couple share two children, Miles Brockman Richie and Sofia Richie. Miles, who’s 26, made headlines of his own in 2019 when he was detained by police at Heathrow Airport for an altercation with a number of security guards. (Source: www.suggest.com)

Sofia Richie, 22, is also a model and has walked runways for a number of big-name designers, including Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Jeremy Scott, and Philipp Plein. She currently has more than 6.5 million followers on Instagram, and also received tons of media attention when she began dating reality star Scott Disick (Kourtney Kardashian’s ex) in 2017. (Source: www.suggest.com)


You probably know Lionel Richie as one of the judges on American Idol. Or you may remember the days when he was an enormous pop star, topping with charts with hits like as “Dancing on the Ceiling,” “All Night Long,” and “Say You, Say Me.” But how much do you know about Diane Alexander, Lionel Ritchie’s ex-wife? Here’s a look into the former Mrs. Richie.

Dr. Alexander is board-certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery, a Fellow of The American College of Surgeons (FACS), as well as a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). She is past Chief of Surgery at Northside Hospital and is active in the Atlanta Arts Community. The Consumers Research Council of America named her one of the top plastic surgeons in America. (Source: www.artisanplasticsurgery.com)


So how did Diane Alexander and Richie meet? Alexander was a dancer in the music video for “Dancing on the Ceiling,” one of Lionel Riche’s biggest hits. Released in 1986, the song peaked at number two on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 charts and hit the top 10 in Sweden, Belgium, and Norway. The video for the song was also hugely popular and featured some effects that were pretty breakthrough for the ‘80s. It reportedly cost between $350,000 and $500,000 to shoot, which made it the most expensive short-form music video production at the time.

In her income declaration (as reported by Divorcemag.com), Alexander described herself as a former waitress, dancer, and clothing designer. She claimed she and Richie had an “extraordinary, extravagant lifestyle” and that they “could comfortably afford to spend unlimited sums of money on everything and anything we chose. I had no limit on what I could spend.” (Source: www.suggest.com)




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