Romeo Jon Bongiovi is an American child born to singer-songwriter Jon Bon Jovi and Dorothea Hurley, a karate instructor.

Romeo Jon Bongiovi’s Bio

Romeo was born in the United States of America on March 29, 2004. He has three siblings Stephanie Rose Bongiovi, Jesse Bongiovi, and Jacob Hurley Bongiovi. Stephanie Rose, born on May 31, 1991, is the eldest of his siblings. Jesse James Louis was born on February 19, 1995, over three years later. Jacob Hurley, their third child, was born on May 7, 2002.

Romeo Jon Bongiovi was born in the United States of America on March 29, 2004.
Romeo Jon Bongiovi’s parents and siblings.
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Stephanie Romeo, Romeo’s sister, called their father at 2 a.m. in November 2012 to say she had overdosed on heroin in her Hamilton College dorm. She was afterwards admitted to the hospital and fully recovered. Authorities did not charge her or her male friend, Ian Grant because local regulations prohibit the indictment of people who overdose on drugs.

In the months that followed, both the media and the general public were harshly critical of Romeo’s parents. Some even referred to them as “terrible parents.” In reaction, Romeo’s mother expressed that she hoped their critics never had to go through what their family went through.

Romeo Jon Bongiovi’s Parents (Jon and Dorothea) Married Life

Romeo Jon Bongiovi’s parents Jon and Dorothea have been together for 40 years and were high school sweethearts. They met at St. Joseph High School in Metuchen, New Jersey when they were both students.

Bongiovi had recently relocated to town and was attempting to steal Hurley’s work during a test. They became close in the months that followed and began dating, but they finally split up.

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Romeo Jon Bongiovi’s father, Jon Bon Jovi, and mother, Dorothea Hurley.
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Jon Bon Jovi has had a high-profile romance with actress Diane Lane. He did, however, eventually reunite with Hurley. The pair eloped in Los Angeles while the band was on tour with the New Jersey Syndicate in 1989. On April 29, they traveled to Las Vegas, Nevada, and exchanged their vows at the Graceland Wedding Chapel.

Romeo Jon Bongiovi’s Fathers’ Net Worth

Romeo Jon Bongiovi is still too young to make money. We’ll concentrate on his father’s net worth collection. Romeo’s father, Jon Bon Jovi, is an American rock star, singer, songwriter, record producer, musician, actor, and philanthropist, who holds a $410 million net worth in 2022. He is best known as the frontman and founder of the rock band Bon Jovi. The band has seen a million faces and rocked them all since its debut in 1983.

Romeo Jon Bongiovi's father became the founder and majority owner of the Arena Football League's Philadelphia Soul.
Romeo Jon Bongiovi’s father is a rock star, singer, songwriter, and record producer, Source: Instagram

Bon Jovi, the band, can easily earn $100 – $150 million in a typical touring year. For example, the band earned $135 million worldwide in 2019. During that time, Jon made a total of $40 million. In 2004, Jon Bon Jovi became the founder and majority owner of the Arena Football League’s Philadelphia Soul. He indicated an interest in purchasing a 15% stake in the Atlanta Falcons for $150 million in 2011. In 2014, a group of investors led by Jon reached the final round of bidding to purchase the Buffalo Bills.

Romeo Jon Bongiovi’s Fathers’ New York Real Estate

Romeo’s father, Jon Bon Jovi, paid $24 million for a spectacular 7,400 square-foot penthouse at 158 Mercer Street in 2007. The elevator opens straight into the private entrance to the unit. The penthouse included two living floors with 11-foot ceilings and a roof terrace. There is a private terrace on the roof deck. This apartment was first placed for sale by Jovi in 2013 for $42 million. In June 2015, he finally accepted $34 million.

The artist also paid $12.88 million for a stunning three-bedroom, a 4,000-square-feet penthouse in Manhattan’s West Village in 2015. He initially listed it for $18 million in June 2018, eventually taking $15 million in January 2018. In September 2017, he paid $18.94 million for a four-bedroom condo in Greenwich Village.

Romeo Jon Bongiovi’s Fathers’ New Jersey Real Estate

Jon Bon Jovi listed his 15-acre Middletown, New Jersey estate for $20 million in July 2019. The 18,000-square-feet mansion, which Jon custom-built in 1999, features six bedrooms and nine bathrooms. Jon’s property has 750 feet of water frontage on the Navesink River with water views from the breakfast area, family room, dining room, master bedroom, and one of the other bedrooms.

The grounds include a heated outdoor pool with cabanas, a restaurant, and a three-bedroom carriage house erected in 1910. The stables on the site have been transformed into a recording studio. The property is an hour’s drive from New York City.

Romeo Jon Bongiovi’s Fathers’ Florida Real Estate

Jon Bon Jovi’s $10 million for an oceanfront mansion in Palm Beach, Florida, near Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club and The Breakers Palm Beach. He then demolished the last house and constructed a 5,000-square-foot palace. He never resided on the property and listed it for sale very immediately after it was finished. He sold it for $20 million in July 2020.

Jon sold his Floria estate on the same day that he spent $43 million on a new one on North Ocean Boulevard, just over two miles away. His new residence includes two coastal terraces, a pool, cabana, on-site gym, wine cellar, and an air-conditioned three-car garage. The house is 10,000 square feet in size.

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