Susan Eileen Thatcher is an ex-wife of late British rock and pop musician, Robert Allen Palmer aka Robert Palmer. Palmer was a legendary singer who won 2 Grammy Awards for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance and was known for his hit song, “Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)” and “Addicted To Love”.

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Birth Name
Susan Eileen Thatcher
Birth Date
1950s
Birth Place
United Kingdom
Parents
Unknown
Siblings
Unknown
Education
Unknown
Nationality
British
Ethnicity
White
Sexuality
Straight
Spouse
Robert Palmer (1979-1993)
Children
James and Jane
Social Media
None
Profession
Background stage employee
Net WorthUnknown
Susan Eileen Thatcher 's ex-husband Robert Palmer
Susan Eileen Thatcher’s ex-husband Robert Palmer Source: Bio Gossip

Where was Susan born and raised?

Susan Eileen Thatcher was born and raised in the United Kingdom. Although the exact location of her hometown is still unknown, she has British nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. Her exact birth date is still unknown, she was probably born in the 1950s. She hasn’t disclosed any information about her parents or family backgrounds.

 

Physical Description

Susan Eileen Thatcher is probably in her early 70s as of 2021. She has kept her presence secret from social media pretty amazingly. Since there have been no single photos of her on any social media, the only thing we know about her is that she is still safe and healthy somewhere in the UK.

 

Education

Susan Eileen Thatcher is probably educated in her hometown in England. We are not able to collect any information about her educational background yet.

 

Who was Thatcher married to?

Eileen Thatcher tied her knot to Robert Palmer in 1979. Palmer was already married to Shelly Putman and had three children of his own. Just the year after getting divorced from his previous wife, Palmer tied married Thatcher. Thatcher gave birth to a son and a daughter namely James born in 1978 and Jane born in 1979 respectively. Palmer was just getting success from his solo career. Thatcher was just a normal worker for the backstage of his concert. They dated for a year before finally tying their knot.

Robert Palmer with his friends
Robert Palmer with his friend Source: Ecelebsbio

After 15 years long marriage, Thatcher asked for divorce as there were constant disagreements between the couple. They officially got separated in 1993. Since then, Thatcher has been living a single life. On the other hand, Palmer tied his knot for the third time with Shelly Putman.

 

How did Susan start her Career?

Susan Eileen Thatcher was just a background worker for her future husband, Palmer’s concert. She was just a normal employee and helper somehow; she suddenly rose to fame after she met Robert Palmer. After she tied her knot to Palmer, she became the wife of a millionaire. She started living with her husband and gave birth to a son and daughter. She lived her life in luxury.

Robert Palmer
Robert Palmer Source: The Dribe LIVE Stream

On the other hand, her husband was winning big in his career. his powerful vocals and song were attracting huge fans all over the country. He also won 2 Grammy Awards for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance after the success of his hit songs, “Addicted to Love” and “Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)”. He further released major hit songs like “I Didn’t Mean to Turn You On”, “Simply Irresistible”, “I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight” the following years.

After the divorce from her husband, Thatcher has still been maintaining low-key life. however, we don’t have any information about where she resides right now. But she is surely alive and kicking well probably with her children and grandchildren.

 

Death of Ex-husband

In 2003, her ex-husband Robert Palmer left the earth. He died suddenly in Paris and the reason for his death was a heart attack. He was only 54 years old and he was alone during his death. Susan Eileen Thatcher’s husband had a net worth of 10 million dollars during his death.

 

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