Find about CNN's Erin Burnett Married life and Children. Meet her Citigroup MD Husband
We have found another one of your favorite journalist who has not kept her personal life very low profile. We are happy to announce that the person is Erin Burnett, @ErinBurnett.
Yes, we know you know her well but like always, we cannot leave our other viewers wondering and trying hard to remember who she is and for which channel she works. So, we will give brief information on her.
Erin Burnett is an American news anchor who is currently serving as an anchor for her own show on CNN called ‘Erin Burnett OutFront.' Prior to that, she was a co-anchor on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street program”.
So, got any idea who he is? Alright then.
Let’s get started on her personal life then:
So, let us just start with the basics. We all know that Erin is a married woman, don’t we? What we don’t know accurately is who she is married to after all. Eager to know? We won’t make you wait any longer then.
Erin Burnett is married to David Rubulotta. We know that her husband is not as famous and popularly known as his wife, but he has a good reputation anyway and is known widely in his field of work. David Rubulotta is a managing director at Citigroup.
The couple got engaged in September of 2011 and later on got married on December 21, 2012.
In an exclusive interview about their wedding with PEOPLE she said that they met through a blind date, and when she entered the restaurant and saw him, she thought, “I hope that’s him.”
That was quite a start for their relationship but anyway, later on during June of 2013, she announced that she was expecting a baby. She said,
"We've always wanted this and we're very lucky," she said at the time.
On November 29 of 2013, Erin and David welcomed their first child, a little boy. She said to PEOPLE,
"Dave and I welcomed a healthy, happy baby boy at 9:47 p.m. Friday November 29th, He weighed in at 8 lbs., 10 oz."
Holding the baby, overwhelmed with joy, Erin said,
"Seeing him for the first time was the most awe-inspiring, joyful moment of our lives."
She later revealed that her son’s name was Nyle through her Twitter post.
Thanks to all for the wishes of joy! We are a proud mom and dad to our little boy Nyle!!— Erin Burnett (@ErinBurnett) December 2, 2013
In February of 2015, Erin confirmed TVNewser that she was pregnant with her second baby, she said,
“We can’t wait for the new baby to arrive, and for our little boy to be a big brother,”
Months after her announcement, on July 18, 2015, she welcomed her second baby and this time, she had a girl.
Recently in 2018, Erin welcomed her third child with husband David. Erin's agent confirmed the news to PEOPLE mentioning the arrival of a baby boy named Owen Thomas Burnett Rubulotta. The representative mentioned that the delivery of the pair's third child took place in New York City on 20 August 2018 at 9:01 a.m.
Owen, who was born as a 20½ inches long and 7 lbs. weight, is the third to join his brother and sister. from a photo shared by Erin, it looks he is already getting comfortable with his siblings.
Erin's three kids: Colby Isabelle, Nyle Thomas and Owen (Photo: Erin Burnett; Taylor Hill/FilmMagic)
Erin and her husband are excited by the latest addition to their family. After the delivery of Owen, the pair came forward to talk about the joy of having a third child.
“We are all in awe of our baby boy — who is already bringing joy (despite a lot less sleep) to our home."
The couple had earlier mentioned of Erin's pregnancy in March 2018. Erin is currently on a maternity leave and it may take a while before she returns to her work at CNN.
Born on July 2, 1976, Erin Burnett attended Williams College and studied political science and economics, later on graduating with Bachelors of Arts degree in political economy. With popularity, she has also attracted controversies too. Her controversies were as follows,
In 2009, she used the term ‘serial killer’ while discussing with her co-anchor Jim Cramer about the report where the Australian Prime Minister decided on spending millions of dollars on aerial shooting to cull Australian feral camels in the outback.
Later in 2010, she attracted attention through her report on giant chemical Transammonia doing business in Iran.
In 2011, when she recently joined CNN, Burnett did a segment on the Occupy Wall Street protests titled "Seriously?" in which she mocked the protesters. In response to the criticism that her part provoked, CNN issued a statement saying,
"We support Erin and the OutFront team, and we respect that there will be a range of opinions on any given story.”