R&B crooner Anthony Hamilton and his wife of ten years, Tarshá Hamilton, have decided to end their marriage.
The couple was married for a decade, having wed in 2005. The two originally met more than 12 years ago when Tarshá auditioned to sing background for Anthony.
In a statement sent to AlwaysAList.com from their rep, it confirmed that the ‘Can’t Let Go’ singer and his wife are splitting. The publicist also indicated that the couple’s “greatest priorities are loving and raising their three children and are committed to co-parenting together.”
The Hamilton’s have three children together, 4-year-old twin boys and a 3-year-old son. The 44-year-old entertainer also has three additional sons from a previous relationship.
Apparently, the two intend to continue collaborating “professionally on various music projects.” Anthony is still helping Tarshá with her debut album, “Sounds Like Tarshá.”
Anthony’s last studio album “Back to Love” was released in 2011. A Christmas CD, “Home for the Holidays” followed in 2014. With hits like ‘Charlene,’ ‘Best of Me,’ ‘The Point of It All’ and ‘Pray For Me,’ the Charlotte-bred singer consistently tours and performs shows nationwide.