Real estate mogul and fashion influencer's husband dead at the age of 43

Real estate mogul Brandon Miller, pictured with lifestyle and fashion blogger wife Candice, has died at age 43. Photo by Getty Images.Real estate mogul Brandon Miller, pictured with lifestyle and fashion blogger wife Candice, has died at age 43. Photo by Getty Images.
Real estate mogul Brandon Miller, pictured with lifestyle and fashion blogger wife Candice, has died at age 43. Photo by Getty Images. | Getty Images for Hamptons Magazi
The husband of a social media influencer, who was a real estate mogul, has died at the age of 43.

Brandon Miller, who was married to Candice Miller, the social media star behind lifestyle blog Mama + Tata, died in the Hamptons, a popular summer destination for New York City residents, last week.

Miller was hospitalised at a Southampton hospital days prior to his death last Wednesday (July 3), according to a local news report from The New York Post. The cause of his untimely death is not known.

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He was buried at the New Montefiore Cemetery in West Babylon over the weekend, according to cemetery records. Miller leaves behind his wife and their two young children.

Brandon Miller was a managing partner at Real Estate Equity Corporation (REEC), which was founded by his late father, Michael Miller, in 1978. His father, who died in 2016, had spent his career developing shopping centres. A second-generation developer, Miller graduated from The Brown University and then joined his father’s real estate company in 2004 as head of the acquisitions and finance department, according to the REEC website.

The company has purchased or developed more than 20 million square feet of real estate properties throughout the country, including numerous properties in New York City.

Wife Candice started her fashion blog with her sister, Jenna Crespi, in 2016. She is also the co-founder of vintage-inspired clothing line Black Iris, and the head buyer for lifestyle and fashion boutique Tenet in Southampton, New York. The socialite was previously linked to Ivanka Trump’s social circle in Miami after the pair were photographed at the beach in 2021.

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A 2019 complaint alleged that Brandon Miller’s father – who died in 2016 – had told his assistant to forge his son’s signature on some loan documents related to a condo project.The lawsuit was settled according to court documents, as reported by another New York-based publication The Real Deal.

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