The Truth About Allyson Felix's Marriage To Kenneth Ferguson

Allyson Felix is under an immense amount of pressure as she prepares for the upcoming summer Olympics in Tokyo. But luckily, her supportive husband, Kenneth Ferguson — a former sprinter and hurdler – will be by her side when she takes to the track for her events. In addition to sharing a passion for running, Allyson and Kenneth have learned to prioritize their marriage, despite her busy schedule. They are raising their 2-year-old daughter, Camryn Grace, and look forward to the future, when they'll likely expand their family further.

During an interview with People in March 2020, Allyson opened up about how she and Kenneth make time for one another. "I think it's just important to really try to schedule time for ourselves in," she said. "For me, it's been hard because a lot of that is asking for help sometimes but it's just — we have a great support system and it's amazing."

According to Allyson, her parents help out a lot. "My parents don't live too far so they've been great about Cammy getting to spend time with them and then we can spend time focused on ourselves and our relationship," she explained.

Allyson Felix would love to have more kids

Although Allyson admits that it's often hard to carve out time for herself and Kenneth, she said that she's learned to truly enjoy the quality time that they do spend with one another.  "I'm just really treasuring some of that time just with us as well," she continued to People. "It's not always easy, but I think if you make it a priority then you can make it happen."

Allyson Felix and Kenneth Ferguson began dating in 2005, as revealed by Amo Mama. Per the outlet, the pair are very private, so their wedding date isn't publicly known. In November 2018, she gave birth to their daughter, Camryn, via emergency C-section. As for her and Kenneth's future plans for more kids, Allyson said months ago that she will begin planning to expand their family after the Olympics are over. "I would love to have more children [but] right now our focus is definitely on these upcoming games," the Olympic athlete told People during a separate interview in December 2020. "But definitely in the future I would love to grow our family."