A Look at Graham Nash’s Relationship with His Wife Amy Grantham
In April 2019, singer-songwriter Graham Nash made the headlines after getting married to his wife, Amy Grantham.
The wedding with Grantham was Nash's third marriage overall. However, the talking point of the wedding was him tying the knot with his much younger partner.
According to Dailymail's April 2019 piece, the singer was 77-year-old at the time of the wedding, whereas his girlfriend-turned-wife was 40 — an age difference of 37-years.
That said, the age difference does not seem to bother the couple, as they wed in two ceremonies in Scotland and Woodstock in the presence of their friends and family members.
Graham Nash Divorced His Second Wife to Be with Amy Grantham
Nash was married to his second wife, Susan Sennett, for 38 years until 2016. He shared two sons, Jackson and Will, and a daughter, Nile, with his now ex-wife.
Speaking with Dailymail in July 2018, the singer stated he was no longer in love with his missus after a certain point in the marriage.
"So what do I do?" he wondered.
He continued to share, "I figured, I'm at the end of my life, I could just settle, but I couldn't do that—my heart was screaming at me to move on."
Nash filed for divorce from his longtime partner, Sennett, in 2016, even though it was upsetting to his ex-wife and their three kids.
Meanwhile, he was dating Grantham at the time and started a new life in New York City with her after the divorce from Sennett.
"So I divorced my wife and fell in love with a woman who's just brilliant. She's half my age. I'm 76 now, she's not even 40 yet. Wild, eh?" the musician said of settling with his present spouse.
Besides, Nash was first married to Rose Eccles from 1964 until 1966, before he went on to date Joni Mitchell and then Sennett.
Graham Nash and Amy Grantham Had Lavish Wedding
After relishing the relationship for around three years, Nash and Grantham eventually walked down the aisle. And the wedding turned out to be one of a kind.
The couple first married in a pagan "handfasting" ritual in Scotland, followed by an intimate ceremony in Woodstock.
During the conversation with Dailymail, the singer gushed about the wedding, saying they had a special wedding ceremony in the Scottish Highlands.
An Instagram picture of Graham Nash's wife Amy Grantham. (Photo: Instagram)
"...and then a couple of weeks later we got married legally because the handfasting — which has been going on for a thousand years in Scotland — is not a legal wedding," he added.
Moreover, they wanted to marry in Scotland because Grantham, an artist, "loved Scotland for about the last 15 years."
"Amy is from Tallahassee in Florida, [but] she's gone there every year," Nash told the tabloid.
The singer also credited his wife for introducing him to the Highlands, as he apparently had never visited before.
When asked if he was confident his new marriage would last forever, Nash implied he was optimistic that he and Grantham will make it happen together.