With 10 seasons and counting on Bravo, the Married to Medicine couples now feel like family. We've seen the group navigate marital highs and lows, including infidelity, separation, and even divorce. However, there's still a lot we don't know about the doctors, doctor's wives, and doctor's husbands that we're still figuring out.
For instance, we know how old the Married to Medicine stars are, but what about the M2M husbands’ ages? As it turns out, the husbands' ages vary, with some being in "boomer" status and others being a bit younger. Here are the Married to Medicine spouses ages, from youngest to oldest.
Dr. Nkemakonam "Kima" Egolum, Alicia Egolum's husband, was born in 1985.
Dr. Alicia Egolum and her husband, Dr. Nkemakonam, also known as "Kima" on the show, are the more recent doctor-doctor power couples to join Married to Medicine. Kima's comments about his gender role expectations of Alicia and other married women haven't sat well with Alicia's cast members. Nonetheless, Alicia, who grew up being raised by a single mother, tries to maintain her independence as much as possible.
Eugene Harris, Toya Bush-Harris’ husband, was born in 1977.
Eugene Harris works in medicine, but Toya Bush-Harris said on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen this month that she’s been “pressuring” him to get a job in the restaurant industry and even offered to buy him a food truck.
“I was like, we need to try it out because he’s great at it, and it makes him smile,” she added. “Right now, emergency medicine is just not for him, so whatever he wants to do that makes him happy, that’s what I want.”
Damon Kimes, Heavenly Kimes’ husband, was born in 1970.
Heavenly Kimes has three children with her longtime husband, pain management specialist Damon Kimes, but that’s not exactly why she calls him “Daddy.”
“I kind of called him Daddy because my oldest boy and he had the same name,” she explained in a recent Bravo Insider interview. “So when I would say ‘Damon,’ both of them would answer. So I don’t know how I got it, but I would say ‘the daddy.’ And then he just became the Daddy. He’s always been a Daddy.”
Gregory Lunceford, Quad Webb’s ex-husband and LaTeasha "Sweet Tea's" hubby, was born in 1967.
In the first season of Married to Medicine, Quad Webb and Gregory Lunceford were newlyweds, but their marriage had hit the skids by the show’s sixth season, and they finalized their divorce in 2019. Dr. G has since remarried and stars on M2M with his wife, LaTeasha "Sweet Tea" Lunceford.
In a May 2021 episode of Watch What Happens, Quad said that she was “dating a couple of people” and had no contact with her doctor ex-husband. “I haven’t spoken with him at all,” she said of Gregory. “I haven’t seen him nor have I spoken with him.”
Cecil Whitmore, Simone Whitmore’s husband, was born in 1966.
Simone Whitmore celebrated her 25th wedding anniversary with realtor Cecil Whitmore in May 2021, posting a loving ode to her husband on Instagram.
“Twenty-five years ago today, I said for better or worse I’ll take this man to be my husband!” she wrote in the Instagram caption. “I love and cherish the life we’ve built together, the roads we’ve traveled, the mountains we’ve climbed, and the valleys our family and friends have lifted us out of. Even on the days I don’t show it or say it, I love you.”
Curtis Berry, Jackie Walters’ husband, was born in 1959.
For two decades now, Jackie Walters has been married to Curtis Berry, an athlete who went from University of Missouri basketball star to private school basketball coach.
“Curtis is a protector,” Jackie told The Daily Dish in February 2020. “He keeps me safe. He’s a big guy, so I automatically feel safe. But just knowing somebody is there when I need them… Curtis is not super romantic and all the fun stuff, but he’s always there, and he’s a protector.”