They had 2 children, Molly and Levi.
(6 September 1970 - 1976) (divorced) (2 children)
In the mid-`60s she, Goffin, and columnist Al Aronowitz founded their own short-lived label, Tomorrow Records; Charles Larkey, the bassist for the Tomorrow group the Myddle Class, eventually became King`s second husband after her marriage to Goffin dissolved. She and Larkey later moved to the West Coast, where in 1968 they founded the City, a trio rounded out by New York musician Danny Kortchmar. The City recorded one LP, Now That Everything`s Been Said, but did not tour due to King`s stage fright; as a result, the album was a commercial failure, although it did feature songs later popularized by the Byrds ("Wasn`t Born to Follow"), Blood, Sweat & Tears ("Hi-De-Ho"), and James Taylor ("You`ve Got a Friend").
Molly Larky and Levi Larkey