Adrienne Nicole Bosh (née Williams, April 17, 1985) is an American businesswoman and philanthropist. She is the wife of Miami Heat player Chris Bosh. Adrienne is the owner of the online boutique, Sparkle and Shine Darling, which sells sparkly items for women from around the world. Before starting her business she was a model and beauty pageant contestant.
Early Life & Education
Bosh grew up in Vevay, Indiana . She was involved in several beauty pageants at an early age, entering her first beauty contest at 7 years old. She was also Princess Runner-up at Vevay’s annual Swiss Wine Festival (2002).
She also began modeling by the age of 12 and would later be involved in theater and gymnastics during her high school years.
At the age of 17, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting and modeling. Prior to her marriage to NBA basketball player Chris Bosh, Adrienne was an actress, known for Three Barbeques (2002), Martin Luther King Day (2003), and How To Throw A Party (2006); she also played guest roles in several television shows.
Bosh also appeared in numerous music videos, photo shoots, magazines, and advertisements.
As a businesswoman, Adrienne was a club promoter and formed her own club promotion business "Diamonds & Dimes Entertainment" in Cincinnati. Bosh owned a Girly Home Décor and gift boutique called Sparkle and Shine Darling in Miami. The store closed in 2018 following Bosh's relocation to Austin, Texas .
Bosh is the Vice President of Chris Bosh's mentorship program called Team Tomorrow Inc. In Miami, Bosh funded various organizations and charities. Her family has produced and sponsored numerous events, from serving Thanksgiving meals to less fortunate Miami residents to bringing holiday cheer to underprivileged children through the “Annual Christmas With Bosh & Team Tomorrow” program.
Bosh also led the organization of the Chris Bosh Presents Home Strong Celebrity Gala and the "Welcome Home" Veteran’s Day Ceremony in Miami.
She also co-sponsored the fourth annual Domestic Violence Awareness Walk and Expo to raise awareness and eliminate domestic violence. The event was in conjunction with the Safe Space Oganization, along with the North Miami Beach Police Department and the Miami Heat.
In 2013, Bosh established and hosted the first annual "Today I Can" Mother’s Day Brunch. "Today I Can" treated local expectant and new mothers to a morning of pampering and gifted with baby supplies.
She has also acted as chair for the Dress For Success Gala, providing professional clothes to unemployed women in South Florida. She also uses her social media platforms to support organizations and communities throughout the year by using the hashtag #RandomActsofKindness.
Adrienne Bosh is the wife of former NBA player Chris Bosh. The couple got married in July 2011 at the Fontainebleau Resort Hotel in Miami, Florida. The wedding cost $300,000 and had 300 guests including many NBA players including, Juwan Howard, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade.
Bosh is the mother of Dylan Syke (November 4, 2013), Jackson Anthony (born May 3, 2012), and infant twin sons Phoenix Avery and Lennox Noel (born March 15, 2016). She is also the stepmother of Chris Bosh's daughter Trinity (born November 2, 2008) from a previous relationship.