Despite her parents' controversial and public divorce, Marty Mitchell seems to have found a life far removed from the glare of the media spotlight. Her ability to remain anonymous in a time when privacy is more often compromised than not, speaks volumes about her resilience and determination to live on her own terms.
Marty Mitchell's father, John Mitchell, served as President Richard Nixon's Attorney General from 1969 to 1972, making him a powerful political figure during the Nixon presidency. Her mother, Martha Mitchell, was a flamboyant socialite known for her outgoing personality. After learning that her husband was using illegal methods to ensure that Nixon remained President, she began sounding the alarm and became one of the first whistleblowers in the Watergate scandal.
Martha Mitchell died in 1976 of complications from multiple myeloma. She was buried in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.
In the years after her parents' scandal, Marty Mitchell practically disappeared from the public eye. While there is little evidence to suggest that she has re-emerged, a few tidbits have emerged suggesting that she married in 1989. According to a published report, Marty Mitchell married Paul Savidge of Silver Spring, Maryland. The nuptials were announced by her godparents, Mr and Mrs Kenneth C Ebbitt.
Today, it is difficult to track the whereabouts of Marty Mitchell. However, based on a few tidbits available in the public space, it is safe to assume that she continues to lead a private life. Moreover, she has also reportedly worked with Dean & Associates, a consulting firm specializing in Washington real estate.