Johnny Cash's Daughter Reveals Details About Stepmom, The 1 House Rule That Changed Her Life
Noelle Talmon 9/15/2017
In 1968, singer Johnny Cash married June Carter, and they became the ultimate blended family. June had two daughters, Carlene and Rosie, while Johnny had four daughters: Kathy, Cindy, Tara and Rosanne. The couple had a son together, John.
Growing up in a famous family does have its perks, but there are some life situations that are unavoidable - even for the rich and famous. And while some children struggle when a new parental figure enters their life, Rosanne is so grateful to have had June by her side.
After June passed away in 2003, Rosanne, who is also an accomplished singer/songwriter, gave the eulogy. According to Country Living, it appears in a new book Woman Walk the Line: How the Women in Country Music Changed Our Lives.
Rosanne remembers how June always said she had seven children, even though only three were biologically hers. As a house rule, June even banned the family from using the terms "stepmother" or "stepchild."
"The relationship between a stepmother and children is complicated."