Karen Laine is known for starring on HGTV’s “Good Bones” with her daughter Mina Starsiak Hawk, where they renovate homes in Indianapolis, Ind. through their company, Two Chicks and a Hammer.
Season 6 premieres on June 29 on HGTV and with over 22.6 million viewers in Season 5, per House Beautiful, it’s clear the show is a hit on the network. Karen and Mina announced the new season in August 2020 and were obviously excited about more episodes: “You will get to see more of your favorite team next year!! We are so happy to officially announce Season 6 of ‘Good Bones’ will be coming to your tv Summer 2021! We are so incredibly thankful to all of you for your continued support. We wouldn’t be able to do what we love if it wasn’t for all of you tuning in to watch us every Tuesday,” they wrote on Instagram.
Although Karen is reportedly “taking a step back from the show,” she’s excited for what’s to come. “Being able to focus on the projects I’m most passionate about is such a joy. I’m ready for the freedom to explore what I love the most while continuing our work in the city we call home,” she told HGTV.
It’s no secret Karen and Mina are close, but have you ever wondered about who Karen’s husband really is? Keep reading for more details.
Karen Laine's husband Roger is her fourth marriage
It’s unknown how long Karen Laine has been married to her husband Roger, but the two first made an appearance on her Instagram account in September 2017 during a trip to New York City. Karen has had a few goes at love before this, as, per The Cinemaholic, Roger is her fourth husband. “She was married to [Mina’s dad] Casey Starsiak first …” the outlet wrote, but “they parted ways after a few years and both of them ended up getting re-married.” Casey moved on to a woman named Cheryl, per the outlet, and Karen moved on to a man named Randy, which also didn’t work out, and third time wasn’t the charm with a man named Mick, but now it seems she’s happy!
The couple have since celebrated Halloween and occasionally document the times they dress in tropical prints. Roger seems like a simple guy who enjoys traveling with his wife and hanging out with her cats. He also seems pretty handy as he’s installed tile flooring. According to Amo Mama, Roger was diagnosed with cancer, but Karen remained by his side throughout his treatment and filmed “Good Bones” and tended to her business Two Chicks and a Hammer when possible.
Her daughter Mina Starsiak Hawk detailed her mother’s dedication with Indianapolis Monthly: “Once we got the show, we didn’t have a choice,” she said. “There was no more talking about the hurdles. It was, ‘Just do it.'”
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