'Cake Boss' Star Buddy Valastro Is a Doting Husband and Father of Four — Meet His Family
TLC's popular baking show "Cake Boss" star Buddy Valastro is a family man with a beautiful wife and four adorable children.
In 2001, the 42-year-old has married his wife Lisa Valastro. The couple has four wonderful kids--Sofia, Buddy Jr., Marco, and Carlo.
"My kids are my best friends. I have a special relationship with all of them."
VALASTRO HAS A STRONG BOND WITH HIS KIDS
Baking is not the only thing Valastro is devoted to--the doting dad also loves his precious kids to the moon and back.
In an interview with LifeofDad.com, the famous baker gushed about how he always finds ways to be with his children.
“I am a busy guy. As busy as I am I still have a strong bond and relationship with my kids. I will take them when I travel," he said.
He also mentioned how he feels like his family and kids are his "biggest accomplishments."
“I was fishing with my son yesterday," Valastro shared. "It is why we do what we do. It is funny. I have a lot of accomplishments. I am not bragging, but I have done a lot of good stuff, but my biggest accomplishment is my kids and my family.”
INSPIRED BY HIS OWN FATHER
"My dad was everything to me. I wanted to be that for my kids. The best moment was when my daughter was born. I remember her being born and I just cried like a baby. I thought of her whole life and what I wanted for her. I wanted to just be there for her," he revealed.
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It’s with an extremely heavy heart that I must share the news of my mother’s passing. She left for heaven this morning, surrounded by the family. This is a difficult time for all of us and I do ask for your patience and respect while we let this sink in. Her battle with ALS has ended, she is no longer suffering and I hope she’s dancing to “I Will Survive” with my dad right now.
The proud father added that it is amazing for him to have a little bit of his dad, wife, and himself in his kids. Valastro lost his mother after she suffered complications due to ALS in 2017. She was 69.