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All About Madison Beer's Parents, Robert and Tracie Beer

Madison Beer dedicated her 2023 memoir to her mom and dad

<p>Madison Beer Instagram ; Tracie Beer Instagram</p> Left: Madison Beer and her father Robert Beer. Right: Madison Beer and her mother Tracie Beer.

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Left: Madison Beer and her father Robert Beer. Right: Madison Beer and her mother Tracie Beer.

Singer-songwriter Madison Beer has a close relationship with her family.

Her father, Robert Beer, is a luxury home builder based out of New York, and her mother, Tracie Beer, is an interior designer who invented the contour hanger. The pair got married in the 1990s and divorced in 2006, when Madison was 7 years old. By the time of their split, the Beers had welcomed Madison and her younger brother, Ryder.

“I was very fortunate that my parents were able to keep a relationship despite getting divorced,” Madison told Alex Cooper in an April 2023 episode of the Call Her Daddy podcast.

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In a 2019 profile with Elite Daily, Madison revealed that she sees both of her parents' personalities in herself. She said Tracie is often "introverted, at home, in bed, chilling [and] doesn't really like people,” while Robert is more social and outgoing.

So, who are Madison Beer’s parents? Here’s everything to know about Robert and Tracie Beer.

Robert is a luxury home builder

<p>Madison Beer TikTok</p> Madison Beer and her dad Robert Beer.

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Madison Beer and her dad Robert Beer.

Robert has worked in real estate development for over 30 years. He was previously on staff at his family construction company, Birchwood Development, in Long Island, New York, before starting his own company.

He founded Built By Beer, a luxury home-building business based in the Hamptons, in 2007. His company was named one of the best custom home builders in Old Westbury, New York, by Home Builder Digest.

Tracie is an interior designer

<p>Tracie Beer Instagram</p> Madison Beer's mom Tracie Beer.

Tracie Beer Instagram

Madison Beer's mom Tracie Beer.

Madison’s mother works as an interior designer and is known as the creator of the contour hanger. In 2014, Tracie went on QVC to promote her product, which she had designed to hold halter tops.

“My mom always inspires me to never give up on anything.. My mom never gave up when she invented the Contour Hanger and now she is on her way to QVC!” Madison wrote in a 2014 Facebook post ahead of her mom’s TV appearance. “So excited for her and it would mean a lot if u tuned in and checked it out! They're awesome, so proud of you mom love you xx.”

According to her LinkedIn, Tracie also manages Madison and Ryder's careers.

They share two children

<p>Tracie Beer Instagram</p> Madison Beer, her brother Ryder Beer and her mom Tracie Beer.

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Madison Beer, her brother Ryder Beer and her mom Tracie Beer.

Robert and Tracie are parents to Madison, who was born on March 5, 1999, and her younger brother, Ryder, who was born on May 3, 2002.

When Madison was 13, she moved to Los Angeles with Tracie and Ryder to pursue her dreams.

“I had to move out of my home in New York when I was 13,” she told The Sun in 2018. “I moved out to LA with my mom and brother. That was difficult for me."

Tracie often posts pictures of herself and her two children on Instagram. “i am so thankful, happy & blessed,” she captioned a picture of her, Madison and Ryder on Instagram in 2021. In May 2023, the trio celebrated Ryder's 21st birthday in Las Vegas.

Robert and Tracie got divorced in 2006

<p>Madison Beer Instagram</p> Madison Beer and her dad Robert Beer.

Madison Beer Instagram

Madison Beer and her dad Robert Beer.

The former couple haven't talked about their wedding publicly, but they were married in the 1990s.

In 2006, Robert and Tracie divorced, which proved difficult for the “Selfish” singer to navigate.

“my parents split up when I was 7,” Madison wrote on X (formerly Twitter) in 2016. “it'll get easier and you'd rather them be happy & apart, then together and sad.”

Madison dedicated her book to her parents and brother

<p>Albert L. Ortega/Getty</p> Madison Beer and her brother Ryder Beer attend Sony Pictures' "Spider-Man: No Way Home" Los Angeles Premiere held at The Regency Village Theatre on Dec. 13, 2021.

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Madison Beer and her brother Ryder Beer attend Sony Pictures' "Spider-Man: No Way Home" Los Angeles Premiere held at The Regency Village Theatre on Dec. 13, 2021.

In Madison’s 2023 memoir The Half of It, the singer got candid about her rise to fame, music career and mental health. At the beginning of the book, Madison thanked Robert, Tracie and Ryder.

“For my mother, my brother, and my father — thank you. I know it hasn’t been easy,” she wrote.

Ahead of the book's release, Madison spoke to PEOPLE about why she chose to write her debut memoir at 23 years old. "I really wanted to write this book now because I thought sharing some of the ups and downs in my life might be able to help other people navigate and relate," she explained. "I called the book The Half of It as I know there will be more evolution and more to my story, but for now, I wanted to share my story in the hope that my journey might be comforting to others."

Tracie and Robert are "proud" of their co-parenting relationship

<p>Tracie Beer Instagram</p> Madison Beer with her parents Tracie Beer and Robert Beer, and her brother Ryder Bear.

Tracie Beer Instagram

Madison Beer with her parents Tracie Beer and Robert Beer, and her brother Ryder Bear.

Tracie has talked about how she and Robert worked hard throughout the years to maintain a healthy co-parenting relationship.

“I have to just share & say I am so proud of my family,” Tracie wrote in the caption of a 2020 Instagram post. “So proud of Robert & I to be able coparent & show our children there can be peace & love after divorce.”

She continued, “So proud of my children for their courage and perseverance in all you do … Feeling thankful & blessed #modernfamily.”

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