Who is Emily Mitchell’s husband Joe?

FANS were left in shock when Emily Mitchell suddenly passed away in December 2020, a few days before Christmas.

The 36-year-old influencer leaves behind her grieving husband, Joe.

Emily Mitchell has sadly died leaving behind her husband Joe

Who is Emily Mitchell’s husband Joe?

Joe regularly featured in his late wife’s The Hidden Way Instagram page, which documented her faith and family life, as well as a popular blog.

Not much is known about him, as he’s not active on social media like his spouse was.

We do however know that Joe is a public school teacher.

He lives in Rhode Island with his children.


The couple had four children together[/caption]

How many children do they have?

Emily and Joe had four children together.

At the time of her death, she was around 16-weeks pregnant with her fifth child.

It was revealed in her obituary that she and Joe planned to name their unborn baby Joey.

Sadly, when Emily passed away, so did Joey.


Joe will now raise their four children by himself following Emily’s sad death[/caption]

When did they get married?

The happy couple had been married for 13 years after they wed on July 19, 2007.

Joe revealed on January 14, 2021 that his wife had died off a pulmonary embolism.

A GoFundMe set up for her family explained that Emily was having coffee and breakfast on the morning of December 22, 2021 when she “suddenly became unresponsive.”

While her husband, Joseph, and other family members did their best to help until emergency personnel arrived to the home, Emily and her unborn baby tragically died.

A message on the donation page read: “Our hearts are broken and her joyful presence will be greatly missed by so many.

“Em made a big impact in so many people’s lives, and this loss is incomprehensible for anyone who knew her. Our friend was a dedicated mom and wife, she had a heart for the Lord, and loved her children so dearly.”

Pulmonary embolism symptoms

See a GP if:

  • You feel pain in your chest or upper back
  • You have difficulty breathing
  • You’re coughing up blood

These can be symptoms of pulmonary embolism.

You may also have pain, redness and swelling in one of your legs (usually the calf).

These are symptoms of a blood clot, also called deep vein thrombosis (DVT).


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