Who Is Keith Habersberger’s Wife, Becky?
Becky Habersberger, née Miller, is the wife of YouTube Try Guy star, Keith Habersberger. By now we’ve all heard the buzz about The Try Guys, the multi-award winning comedy series on YouTube featuring Keith Habersberger, Ned Fulmer, Zach Kornfeld, and Eugene Lee Yang (via Discovery). But how much do we know about the women behind the scenes?
Miller met Habersberger at their alma mater, Illinois State University, in 2011. After a first date involving hot dogs and watching wrestling, the couple got married 6 years later on September 24, 2017. Their wedding was featured on a BuzzFeedVideo vlog entitled, “The Try Guys Become Groomsmen For Keith’s Wedding.” With catchy wedding hashtags such as #BeckyWithTheGoodKeith and #ToHabAndToHold, the video captures the panic Habersberger faces when one of his best men misplaced his suit pants. Miller, completely oblivious to the almost wedding mishap, recites her vows with emotion claiming that although their first date was weird, it only took her “a few minutes to see how kind, caring, and special you [Habersberger] are.”
Becky Habersberger the makeup artist, podcaster, and cat mom
Habersberger, a freelance makeup artist, can be found on her Instagram page posting her inspiration and creations for traditional make-up looks. Her Instagram also features horror-inspired looks with fake wounds and scars that she shares with her 348K followers. The self-proclaimed beauty and skincare enthusiast also has several other projects in the works. She can be found co-starring in the Try Guys Extended series called Try Wives Wine Time alongside wives of other group members, where the women drink wine, and react to The Try Guys in various scenarios. In July 2020, Habersberger and the other Try Wives launched a new podcast called You Can Sit With Us, a comedy podcast that dives into female friendship, current events, and what’s going on in their lives.
Habersberger runs the Instagram account for Alfred Habersberger, the couple’s 15lb tuxedo cat who likes to play dress-up and has over 93K followers of his own. She is passionate about social justice issues and has a link on her Instagram page to donate to the Equal Justice Initiative.
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