Sean Hannity and Ainsley Earhardt
Fox News personalities Sean Hannity and Ainsley Earhardt have been in a relationship for years. However, the two have been keeping their relationship private and none of them has ever confirmed their relationship.
People close to them at Fox News confirm they have been dating secretly without raising eyebrows. Sean is also very private that very few people knew he and his wife had divorced.
Sean and Ainsley’s Relationship
In 2019 August, Hannity and Ainsley attended Fox & Friends weekend host Pete Hegseth‘s wedding hand in hand in his private chopper. The wedding was held at Trump National Golf Course in Colts Neck, New Jersey.
When they arrived together people at the wedding were in shock. The wedding was full of controversies among the Fox News staff as it was alleged that Hegseth and his bride Fox producer Jennifer Rauchet had an affair and a child together while still married to their respective spouses.
The arrival of Sean Hannity and Ainsley together also raised eyebrows. An executive at the event recalled; “Hannity emerged from the chopper with Fox & Friends host Ainsley Earhardt, and they made this grand entrance together, people were like, Wow, okay.”
Even though the two never acknowledged their relationship, staffers at Fox News and people close to them confirm that they had been dating for quite some time. Sean Hannity was asked about his relationship and he answered “I do not discuss my personal life in public.”
Ainsley was also asked and she answered; “Right now I am focused on raising my daughter. As anyone at Fox News will tell you, Sean is a wonderful person and whomever he chooses to date will be extremely fortunate.” In a follow-up statement, she said: “I am not dating anyone.”
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Ainsley hosted her Fox & Friends program from a remote studio in the basement of Hannity’s Long Island mansion.
Who is Sean Hannity?
Sean Hannity is an American journalist working as the host of The Sean Hannity Show on weekdays from 9 p.m to 10 p.m ET. He joined the station in 1996 and he has hosted the show since 2009.
Moreover, he is also a conservative political commentator as well as the longest-running current host on television news. Hannity and Alan Colmes co-hosted the Fox show Hannity & Colmes in 1996. After Colmes announced his resignation in January 2008, Hannity converted the Hannity & Colmes show into Hannity.
Hannity was married to Jill Rhodes. They met in 1991 and got married in 1993. The couple has two children together, a son Patrick born in 1998, and a daughter Merri born in 2001. They divorced in 2019 but had been separated in the years before.
Who is Ainsley Earhardt?
Ainsley Earhardt is an American journalist working as the co-host of FOX News Channel’s FOX & Friends on weekdays from 6 to 9 a.m ET alalongside Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade. In 2016, she was selected as the co-host of FOX & Friends, which has been the number #1-morning program on cable news for the past two decades.
As a co-host, she has done special interviews with former President Donald Trump, former First Lady Melania Trump, former Vice President Mike Pence, and Second Lady Karen Pence.
Earhardt and William Proctor got married in October 2012. Ainsley later claimed that Proctor was unfaithful which led to their separation. William filed for divorce on October 10, 2018, which was finalized in 2019. They have a daughter together named Hayden Dubose Proctor.
Ainsley was previously married to Kevin McKinney in April 2005 and ended in divorce in 2009.
Where is Ainsley Earhardt now?
Ainsley Earhardt is currently employed by Fox News and serves as a co-host of Fox & Friends. She first appeared on the show in 2016. Many fans assumed she was quitting the program when she started missing in action for a few episodes.
Who are Ainsley Earhardt’s parents?
Earhardt parents are Lewie Wayne Earhardt and Dale Earhardt.
Does Ainsley Earhardt have a Child?
Earhardt has a daughter named Hayden Dubose Proctor.
What happened to Fox and Friends?
Fox & Friends emerged from Fox X-press, the initial morning news show on Fox News Channel. It was the first Fox News broadcast of the day, airing live at 6:00 a.m. It was canceled on July 13, 2008, and was replaced with an extra hour of Fox & Friends.