Alexis Stewart Biography
Alexis Gilbert “Lexie” Stewart is an American television host and radio personality. She was the co-host of Whatever with Alexis and Jennifer on Sirius Satellite Radio, and Whatever with Alexis and Jennifer on the Hallmark Channel alongside co-host Jennifer Hutt.
Alexis Stewart Career
She later co-hosted Whatever with Alexis and Jennifer on Sirius Satellite Radio and as of September 13. 2010 also on television on the Hallmark Channel. she and former radio partner Jennifer Hutt talked about topics ranging from pop culture to personal relationships. The show was billed as being about “whatever” the two women are thinking, reading, or hearing.
Stewart and Hutt’s TV show, Whatever, Martha, performed on the Fine Living Network on September 16. 2008. The second season premiered on September 23. 2009. On Whatever, Stewart and Hutt made fun of old Martha Stewart Living episodes and attempt to cook or create one of Martha Stewart’s projects to see how difficult the projects are to complete. In one episode, she appears on the show and makes fun of herself and her guests.
The third season of Whatever with Alexis and Jennifer, which ran as Whatever, You’re Wrong!, premiered on the Hallmark Channel on April 8. 2011. Whatever, Martha also premiered on the Hallmark Channel on April 8, 2011. On June 7. 2011, Stewart posted on her Whatever blog that her last day on Whatever would be that Friday, June 10.
Alexis Stewart Age
Alexis Gilbert Stewart. She is known for her work on Lords of War “2012”, The Prisoner “2012” and Whatever, Martha! “2008”.
Alexis Stewart Family
She was born to her parents Martha Stewart and Andrew(her mother ex-husband). There is no information about her siblings. We are still reviewing the information which we will update soon.
Stewart was born in Manhattan. She graduated from Putney School in Putney, Vermont in 1983. She earned a bachelor’s degree in English at Barnard College at Columbia University in 1987. Her mum also attended Barnard.
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Alexis Stewart Husband | Alexis Stewart Married
She is single as of 2019. In 1997, Stewart married John Robert Cuti(a lawyer, and former lead guitarist for the Inflatables). He served as a trial lawyer during Martha Stewart’s ImClone stock trading case, alongside her lead attorney Robert Morvillo.
The couple separated before Martha Stewart was indicted in June 2003 but were not divorced until mid-2004, after the trial was over.
Alexis Stewart Daughters | Alexis Stewart Children
On October 9. 2007, she appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show to discuss her struggle to conceive a child. On November 29. 2010, it was announced that she had hired a gestational surrogate and was expecting her first child in early March; on March 8. 2011, she gave birth to her daughter, Jude.
She explained that she named her daughter after SIRIUS Satellite Radio host Rude Jude. On March 9. 2012, it was reported that she had a second child by gestational surrogacy, a son named Truman.
Alexis Stewart Net Worth
She co-hosted a show called Whatever with Alexis and Jennifer, and this work of hers took her fame to a whole new level. This show used to come on Sirius Satellite Radio and also on TV with a channel called Hallmark Channel.
Her other TV show called Whatever, Martha was a huge hit too. This used to get premiered on Fine Living Network. Her mother’s net worth is estimated to be 638 million dollars as of 2019. Her own estimated net worth is not posted it will be updated soon.
Alexis Stewart Blog
The following link is for the Alexis blog: alexisstewart.com/
Martha Stewart’s Daughter Alexis Puts West Village Triplex on the Market for $53 Million
The home comprises four units spanning 9,500 square feet and boasting six bedrooms
Alexis is no slouch when it comes to home design, as evidenced by her triplex in Manhattan’s West Village, which she recently put on the market for an eye-popping $53 million.
The home, made up of four separate apartments in a Richard Meier–designed building and featuring six bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms, is a dizzying 9,500 square feet, with an additional 600 square feet of outdoor terrace space.
Although Stewart’s mom is famous for her design sense, the younger Stewart had a hand in almost every detail of the home, from its muted, elegant color palette “pops of cornflower blue tile for the children’s bathroom and Arctic blue for the nursery” to its midcentury-inspired furniture and decor.
According to the listing, the main living and entertaining floor feature 360 degrees of glass walls overlooking the Hudson River to the west, the World Trade Center and the Statue of Liberty to the south, Greenwich Village to the east, and Midtown to the north.
A flood of sunshine drenches the common living spaces, including a library, an office, and a TV room, as well as a kitchen perfect for entertaining and testing out recipes, with a walk-in refrigerator and two large butler’s pantries. The living and dining areas each open out onto two terraces.
Up one floor is the master suite, which features a custom-built dressing room lined with anigre wood, a master bathroom, and a gym. Alexis’s home office is also located on the second floor, and revolves around a mid-century desk, with just one cabinet available for storage. “The more storage you have, the more stuff you accumulate,” she once told Martha Stewart Living.
The lower level of the triplex consists of a recreation room and several other bedrooms, as well as the playroom, where bright wooden toys sit neatly on open built-in shelves with a corkboard backing, ideal for tacking up school projects and assignments.
“I wanted the room to be colorful but not plasticky,” Alexis added at the time. “I like that it’s both great for kids and pleasing to adults.”
A washer/dryer and small kitchenette are also located on the lower level. A free-floating bronze and terrazzo staircase connects all three levels, but each tier also has its own private entrance.
The building itself offers up enviable amenities including a 24-hour doorman and concierge service, a fully equipped fitness center with a 50-foot pool, and a professional screening room.
Of why Alexis is thinking of moving from the elegant residence, listing agent Richard Ziegelasch of Brown Harris Stevens said that her two children, Truman and Jude, are getting older and would love a space with a backyard. “They’ll probably look for something else in the Village with a yard,” he told the Wall Street Journal.
She originally purchased the four units between 2006 and 2007, spending a total of roughly $35 million to acquire them all.