Born in Washington D.C. as Mary Elizabeth Aitcheson on August 19, 1948, Tipper Gore is an author and a photographer, but she is best known as a former second lady of the United States. She is the wife of Al Gore who was the United States Vice President from 1993 to 2001, though they are currently separated. Mary Elizabeth Gore is well remembered for her Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC) role criticizing music using profane language and endorsing “Tipper Stickers” (Parental Advisory stickers) on covers of music CDs, DVDs and other records, especially for heavy metal, hip hop and punk genres of music.
Tipper Gore and her husband Al Gore announced in June 2010 that they were getting separated. They said the decision was mutual and that they had taken a long time to consider such a move. The New York Times reported in August 2012 that the two were not planning on getting back together and that both were now back to the dating scene. They however maintain that they remain friends and that the bond between them still endures. The paper noted that the Gores reunite a few times through the year for family vacations during the summer and Christmases during winter.
Relationship History (2014 – aged 56):
Current spouse/ partner
Rumored to be dating Bill Allen, 71, the former National Geographic editor-in-chief.
Al Gore (1965 – 2010)
Bill Allen – rumored (2010-present)
Karenna Gore Schiff
$1 to $2 million dollars