|Born Name||Katherine Anne Couric|
|Birth Place||Arlington, VA|
|Height||5 feet 1 inch|
|Net Worth||$75 million|
|Sibling||Emily Couric, John M. Couric Jr., Clara Couric Batchelor|
|Parents||John Martin Couric Jr., Elinor Hene|
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Famous Journalist Katie Couric is the few names who have achieved the height of success in the news industry with her skills and charming personality. She has managed to have many fans and followers attracted toward her personal life.
Her fans might like to know if she is happy with her married life? Or any rumors about her affair? Let’s take a quick look at her married life.
Delighted married life with her husband and beautiful daughters!
Journalist, as well as author Katie Couric, serves as Yahoo! Global News Anchor and is very happy with her current married life than she was with her previous married life. Katie is a married woman and a successful mother to her two daughters.
On June 21, 2014, Couric married her current husband John Molner in a small private ceremony in front of friend and family at her home in the Hamptons. The couple’s wedding was performed at Couric’s Backyard of her home accompanied by her youngest daughter as a singer, her nieces as flower girls with two ring bearer at each side, and the readings done by Molner’s children from his previous marriage: Allie and Henry.
Couric has two children: Caroline ‘Carrie’ Monahan, and Elinor Tully ‘Ellie’ Monahan. Ellie and Carrie’s father was Couric’s first husband John Paul ‘Jay’ Monahan, who died in 1998 from colon cancer with his death her 9-year long married life ended.
Katie Couric raised her two children as a single mother handling and balancing her family and work together. From April of 2012, she met John Molner and dated for about two years.
The couple got engaged in the September of 2013, in East Hamptons, New York while they were on the beach. Also, she told the press in an interview, talking about her husband and their engagement, she said;
“He’s great. He’s from Chicago. I love Midwesterners!”
According to Heavy, Katie Couric mourns the days when she was younger and capable of bearing a child. In an interview with Good Housekeeping (2012), she revealed:
“I think emotionally and psychologically it’s weird to feel like, ‘Gosh, my childbearing years are over.’ And of course they’ve been over for a long time, but still, they’re officially over now.”
She said to the magazine,
“It’s kind of a head trip, to tell you the truth.”
Show host Katie Couric and her podcast;
As for the show, Katie hosted a daytime talk show produced by Disney-ABC Domestic Television (September 10, 2012, to June 9, 2014). On August 22, 2011, there was an announcement that Couric’s talk show would be called Katie which aired its first episode on September 10, 2012. Her most important roles include anchor of CBS Evening News, co-host of Today, and correspondent for 60 minutes.
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She also reported almost every Television News Broadcast across NBC, CBS, and ABC. Couric is also a writer and has written some books. Her first book, ‘The Best Advice I Ever Got: Lessons from Extraordinary Lives.’ Her First book became a New York Times Best-seller and a podcast from journalism’s most intuitive interviewer, the biggest names in news, popular culture and politics.
Couric’s short wiki like bio;
American Journalist and author Katherine Anne “Katie” Couric was born on January 7, 1957, in Arlington, Virginia. As of 2019, she is 62 years of age. She is the daughter of Elinor Tullie (homemaker and part-time writer) and John Martin Couric (news editor).
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She is currently serving as Yahoo! Global News Anchor. 62-years old Couric has hosted all Big Three Television network in the United States.
Couric went to Arlington public school and was a cheerleader. She was a trainee in all-news radio station WAVA, at Washington D.C. She fulfilled in several positions at UVA’s award-winning daily newspaper known as ‘The Cavalier Daily.’ In 1979 she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in American studies.