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Who is Elizabeth Holmes' husband Billy Evans?

ELIZABETH Holmes was revealed to be married to hotel chain heir, Billy Evans.

Here's what we know about him.

Who is Elizabeth Holmes' husband Billy Evans?

While Elizabeth Holmes faces the possibility of spending the next two decades in prison, the founder of the failed blood-testing startup Theranos has reportedly found the time to get engaged, and now married.

Holmes recently tied the knot in a secret wedding ceremony, her husband is William "Billy" Evans, a 27-year-old heir to the Evans Hotel Group chain of hotels in California.

He reportedly grew up near San Diego, California. He's one of three children born to his parents, Susan and William L. Evans.

Evans attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he graduated in 2015 with a bachelors degree in economics.

During summers between school, Evans worked at various financial and consulting companies in California, according to his LinkedIn. He was also a student brand manager at Red Bull while at MIT.

The Evans family has lived in the San Diego area for generations. Billy Evans' grandparents, Anne and William D. Evans, founded a hotel management group in 1953 called Evans Hotels. The group manages three properties in the San Diego area.

How long have Elizabeth Holmes and Billy Evans been married?

Sources told the Vanity Fair in 2019 in a secret wedding.

News of the secret wedding came months after Bilton reported Holmes, 35, was engaged and living in San Francisco.

It was later revealed that Holmes' fiancé was Evans. The couple met at a party in 2017, according to Elle, and were spotted attending Burning Man together in August 2018, days before Theranos shut down fully.

Holmes wears Evans' signet ring from his alma mater MIT on a chain around her neck, according to the New York Post.

How many children do Elizabeth Holmes and Billy Evans have?

Their son, William Holmes Evans, was born July 10 in Redwood City, California, according to birth records obtained by ABC News.

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