CNN Hottie S. E. Cupp's Married life. Boyfriend-Turned-Husband John Goodwin and Their Baby

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CNN Hottie S. E. Cupp's Married life. Boyfriend-Turned-Husband John Goodwin and Their Baby

The world knows her as a professional commentator, but we address her as a multi-talented personality.

Being a conservative political commentator, she was also a panelist CNN political debate show called “Crossfire” and was also a regular guest host on “Red Eye w/Greg Gutfeld.”

Today we are talking about Sarah Elizabeth Cupp, more commonly known as “S.E Cupp.” Turns out S. E. Cupp is not just excelling in her journalism career but also acing in her family life.

Well, she is a married woman and a mother of her only son. Indeed, she sure knows how to balance her professional life with her personal one.

Married Life With Husband, Blessed With Son

Talking about her personal life, Cupp is currently pretty happy with her husband John Goodwin and her son John Davis Goodwin III.

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Cupp met her husband John, who is a former chief of staff to rep. Raúl Labrador, at the 2008 Republic Convention. It is believed Goodwin became her boyfriend from 2011, the year when they started dating.

Going steady in their relation, they took the next big step and got engaged in September of 2012 and later on got married in December 2013.

SE Chupp and her newlywed husband James Goodwin (Photo: tumblr.com)

After around a year of marriage, the couples were blessed with a baby boy, born in December of 2014, whom they named Jack. As a baby, Jack loved taking tours around the sea and explore sea life.

However, Jack is now all grown up and ready for school. Turns out Jack recently attended his first class in school this September. 

As Jack is now grown up, only a year after his birth there were rumors that S. E. Cupp was pregnant with their second baby. Even though there was no confirmed news at that time, the rumors of her pregnancy were flying around.

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However, as S. E. Chupp has not yet welcomed her second baby those were just rumors swirling around in the media. 

Supporter Of Gay Marriage

Looking up through most of her social posts, she seems more than happy with her family and not even a small sign of divorce is seen anywhere.

Apart from her personal life, let's talk about what kind of a person is S.E Cupps. She has been recognized widely for being an utter supporter of gay marriage and also, she is an atheist. She once became the talk of the town when she said that she would not be attending the annual Conservative Political Action Conference because of the exclusion of gay. Republican organizations.

However, when the government legalized same-sex marriage nationwide, Cupp was overjoyed and said Republicans have to accept gay marriage or risk becoming “relics.”  Here is a video where S.E Cupp breaks down while talking about the new law passed for the same-sex marriage.

From College Graduate To Conservative Journalist

S.E Cupp was born on February 23, 1979, in Carlsbad, California, U.S. Cupp is the graduate Cornell University (2000) with a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and is a Master of Arts holder from the Gallatin School of Individualized Study in New York City. Right after graduation, Cupp started to work for an online magazine and a public relation company.

Later in 2002, she was hired by the New York Time to write and edit for the Index Department. She worked with many networks which included MSNBC, GBTV and Daily News before CNN announced that on June of 2013, that Cupp would be joining the new version of Crossfire.

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Later in 2016, she shared a connection with Donald Trump as she was a target of derisive tweets from Trump just like a lot of other television pundits. Turns out she also shared a casual professional relationship with Trump prior to his campaign.

Adding to it, in 2017, she landed herself in a nightly program on CNN’s sister network, HLN.