Catherine Mooty is an American businesswoman and fashionista who came to the limelight after her marriage to Troy Aikman, the former football star who played quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys and works for Fox News as a key NFL analyst.
Catherine "Capa" Mooty is the co-founder of Luxeliner, a mobile boutique that sells fashionable clothes, accessories and gift items. She was born in Dallas, Texas USA on October 13, 1970; of white ethnicity and with the zodiac sign is Libra. She stands at a petite height of 5ft 3 inches when compared to her husband's height of 6ft 4 inches, however, her slim build and blonde hair with brown eyes makes her an attractive woman.
While there is little information about her parents and siblings or educational background, there are some details about Troy Aikman’s wife that you might want to learn.
Facts About Troy Aikman’s Wife
1. Catherine Mooty is the ex-wife of Jerry Mooty
Catherine Mooty (born Catherine Cecile Person), was formerly married to Jerry Mooty, nephew of the Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, until 2003. Mooty is a lawyer and a founding member of the law firm McCathern and Mooty LLP. The law firm is based in Dallas and is involved in various businesses. In 2006, Mooty founded the real estate development firm Trevista group of which Catherine is a partner.
It's not clear when Catherine Mooty and her estranged husband got married but it's a fact that they parted ways in 2013.
Meanwhile, Jerry moved on with Samantha, his longtime friend turned girlfriend while Catherine began a relationship with Troy Aikman in 2016.
2. It is the second marriage for both of them
This marriage is the second attempt at marital bliss for both the fashion icon Catherine Mooty and her husband Troy Aikman.
Aikman was previously married to Rhonda Worthey, from 2001 to 2011 and they had two kids, Alexa and Jordan. Worthey was the Dallas Cowboys publicist when Aikman was playing for the team.
However, the couple called it quit after a decade of marriage. Aikman released a statement to that effect, saying that it was a difficult decision for him and Rhonda to make but they are however very committed to raising their children. After the divorce was finalized, it was reported that his ex-wife received $ 1.75 million as part of the divorce settlement.
3. Catherine Mooty and Troy Aikman got married in 2007
Troy Aikman wedded the woman he calls the "love of my life" at a low key ceremony in Santa Barbara California. The wedding ceremony which took place on June 3rd, 2017 was witnessed by close family and friends including their children from previous marriages.
It was reported that the couple exchanged their marital vows on a beach while the reception took place at the Four Seasons hotel in Santa Barbara.
In June 2017, the sportscaster and former quarterback shared an Instagram photo of himself and Capa Mooty after proposing to her while they were vacationing in Lake Como, Italy. It reads, "June 2, 2017 - a special day as I proposed to the love of my life". The former player had been a single Dad for about five years before he began a romantic relationship with Capa Mooty in 2016.
4. Catherine Mooty and Troy Aikman both have kids from previous marriages
Catherine Mooty and her husband each brought two kids into their marriage, making them a blended family of four kids. Mooty and her erstwhile husband are co-parents of two sons, Luke and Val, who are both students at the Episcopal School of Dallas. Val, who is musically inclined has recently released his debut EP which he titled One Touch.
Likewise, Troy Aikman shares two daughters, Jordan Ashley and Alexa Marie, with his ex-wife Rhonda Worthey.
Aikman likes to call his new family, 'team six' in his Instagram and usually shares fun photos of the family there. Since the children are all grown up, the couple has enough time to embark on date nights and vacations to keep their love alive.
5. Troy retired from football after an illustrious football career
Catherine Mooty's husband is revered as an outstanding quarterback football player before his retirement. He was the starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys from 1989 - 2000 and led them to three Super Bowl championships. In addition, he was the six-time Pro Bowl and the MVP of Super Bowl XXVII.
In 1993, he signed an eight-year contract worth $80 million, which made him the highest-paid player in the NFL at the time. Moreover, he was inducted into the College Football Hall of fame and the Pro football hall of fame in 2006.
Presently, Troy Aikman works for the Fox as a color commentator and is also the founder of the Troy Aikman Foundation. He has been on his new job as a sportscaster since 2001, after his retirement and is purported to earn an annual income of $1 million or higher. He alongside John Buck has been the broadcasters for the network game of the week for a number of years now. In addition, Aikman has broadcast five Super Bowls for which he won an Emmy award in 2004.
6. Catherine Mooty is the co-owner of a mobile fashion boutique
Capa Mooty is blessed with an entrepreneurial spirit as witnessed when she polled resources with some of her friends to start a mobile fashion boutique in Dallas.
The boutique known as Luxeliner sells fashionable items such as clothes, accessories and gift items and is the brainchild of Catherine Mooty and Wendy Poston, Jennifer Clark, Charlotte Jones Anderson and Alyson Griffith. The four friends bought a FedEx Truck and transformed it into a boutique. In an interview with DFW Style, Capa and Clark explained that "want it to feel like you are shopping in your best friend’s closet, and that they "focused on buying what we love best" and "are striving to be like a Kitson-on-Wheels."
Meanwhile, the business which was launched in 2012 in Dallas now has branches in other parts of the nation and some other countries.
7. Catherine Mooty Net worth
Catherine Mooty and her family is living a comfortable life with Troy Aikman’s estimated net worth of $25 million in addition to her estimated net worth of $1 million. She spends money on luxurious clothes and cars and loves to visit popular holiday spots around the world.