Patricia Lynn Yearwood, famously known as Trisha Yearwood, was born on September 19, 1964 in Monticello, Georgia to parents Gwendolyn and Jack Howard Yearwood. She is a popular American country singer, actress, and author who is the voice behind the songs “How Do I Live Without You”, “I Would’ve Loved You Anyway”, and “She’s In Love with the Boy”. She was originally inclined to classic country music and took inspiration from musicians Hank Williams and Patsy Cline. While attending school at the Belmont University in Nashville with a degree in business administration, she worked as a receptionist for the MTM Records and was immediately hired after she graduated. Eventually, she married the musician Chris Latham and had her first debut album in 1991. The following year, she released another album called Hearts in Armor which featured her singles “Wrong Side of Memphis” and “Woman Walk the Line”. Right after having her divorce with Chris Latham, she married the bass player of The Mavericks, Robert Reynolds.
To be able to stay healthy, Trisha said she keeps her body working by constantly running. “I’m not really a runner. It does not bring me joy. The runner’s high thing—I have no idea about that! I especially hate it on a treadmill,” she confessed. But she does it simply because she knows that it’s very important to keep the body working. And not only does she run. She also resorts to Zumba, Pilates, and circuit training.
When it comes to her diet, she said, “I’d been doing circuit training and Pilates for years, but I was not consistent with food. I’m not a disciplined person. I was indulging all the time.”
Body Measurement (2014 – Age 49)
Height: 168 cm | 5 feet, 6 Inches
Weight: 59 kg | 130 lbs
Bra/Bust Size: 12C | 34C
Waist Size: 69 cm | 27 in
Hip Size: 86 cm | 34 in