Engaged in 2010, Why Has Hallie Jackson Kept Her Married Life a Secret? Husband? Plus, Her Career Portfolio
It is no odd thing to have a little or huge curiosity regarding the public figure you follow; be it from entertainment biz or the media hub.
Hallie Jackson, a prominent media figure is a person you will learn about today. One of the sexiest people of 2015 surely has a lot of questions surrounding her, and a majority of that adds up to personal life detail. After all, it is the matter of interest which this publically acclaimed figure is hooked on to.
Married Life, Husband, and Affair?
Did you know she is a married woman? Bummer for all the guys out there who thought they had a chance!
While her fans may be guessing that Hallie is not one of those public figures who hide their personal life, they cannot be any more wrong. Sorry! But Hallie, like a majority of people, keeps her married life and personal affairs a secret. But, some things never go unnoticed!
Hallie, the 33 years old, is a married woman! She is married to a man named Doug Hitcher, and there are reports on the web that the couple got engaged somewhere in 2010; however, the couple has yet to confirm the date.
Hallie tied the knot with Doug back in 2011, presumably her boyfriend-turned-fiance before the wedding. According to wiki sources, Hallie's married life with husband Doug did not last that long as the couple got divorced in 2014, after about three years of married life.
While Hallie is a prominent media figure recognized by hundreds of thousands of people, her former husband Doug is a low key personality. The couple has not stated anything regarding their personal life, and they have revealed no background on how they started having a dating affair or what caused their divorce.
It all is concealed, but if Hallie wished to tell all-tale on the matter, she simply could!
Hallie's Most Famous Controversy:
TV personalities find themselves in controversies now and then, and Hallie was stuck in one as well. But it is technically not a controversy, rather a funny incident that she handled very professionally, acting as if nothing happened. But, the web media got hold of the few unfortunate seconds on the TV, and it gave Hallie a lot of response.
In February 2016, while Hallie was covering a live Republican presidential nomination race, her nose started running out of nowhere. But, that did not break her attention nor created a panic as she continued with her story, without being distracted by what had happened.
Caption: Hallie with her runny nose during a live news coverage
Things like that happen, and to handle it like a pro shows what a good reporter Hallie really is!
Post-Ted Cruz failed Candidacy:
Since Ted Cruz presidential campaign is over, Halie, who has made a name for herself as a professional and open-minded reporter in the country, is now focused on covering the rest of the election process.
Unfortunately for Hallie, this election year has also brought some controversy. Many have criticised her for being biased against Donald Trump, who won the 2017 presidential election and became the 45th President of United States of America, yet failing to dissect issues related to Hillary's presidential campaign.
It is only natural when she is in the field that is known for its liberal bias.
Hallie also covered the US 2016 presidential election. This time, most of the reporters covering the election for NBC are women including Hallie Jackson, Andrea Mitchell, Chris Jansing, Kelly O'Donnell, Kristen Welker, Katy Tur and Kasie Hunt.
Most recently, Hallie, who reportedly works 19 hours a day, is digging the things going on with press secretary Sean Spicer. However, despite the busy schedule, she does not complains her line of work. As per her, after extensive work, a vacation is always on the line.
“Yes, you’re sleeping four hours a night, and you can’t run the risk of putting your phone down. It is 100 percent exhausting but it's also exhilarating,” she says. “It is an opportunity to witness this extraordinary moment in history. I know that sounds so cheesy. But it's real.”
Talking about vacationing even in the busy schedule, Hallie says,
"It's the first hundred days, so it's kind of assumed that you're going to crank hard. I will tell you this, my birthday is coming up. After the first hundred days I'm going to France for a week. It's my first vacation since before the campaign."
Her busy professional gives away the idea that she, yet, does not has time for any extra things. Namely, dating and having a boyfriend!
Hallie's Short Bio:
Born on April 29, 1984, in Yardley, Pennsylvania, thirty-two years old Hallie has actively been involved in television since 2006. She graduated from Johns Hopkins University in the year 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in political science.
She originally wanted to be a print reporter and graduated in political science. But after a brief broadcast internship, she decided to work in television journalism.
Besides journalism, she is interested in science photography. In 2006, Hallie was inducted as a new member of Phi Beta Kappa, from the senior class in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences.