Is American Journalist of Black Ethnicity Tamron Hall is Married? Who is Her Boyfriend or Soon-To-Be-Husband?

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Is American Journalist of Black Ethnicity Tamron Hall is Married? Who is Her Boyfriend or Soon-To-Be-Husband?

There will always be a lot of things going in the mind of two lovebirds that they will care less about the things like ethnicity and age. Today, we will be talking about such a couple, who are enjoying a lovely relation despite having a lot of differences.

Grooming Love Amidst Differences (As Married and Husband)?

Tamron Hall and Lawrence O’Donnell, the co-hosts of The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell, are reportedly dating since 2011. Their strong bond is inspiring in many ways. Tamron and O’Donnell have around 20 years of age difference. Tamron is 45 years old while O’Donnell is 64 years old.

Similarly, Tamron belongs to black ethnicity while her sweetheart O’Donnell is of white ethnicity. According to HuffingtonPost, they had been spotted canoodling at downtown haunts.

Tamron’s darling, O’Donnell, was previously married to American actress Kathryn Harrold and has a daughter with her. But now, rumors have been emerging that he is all set to get married to Tamron Hall. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to see this five years affair turn into the holy bond of marriage?

Caption: Tamron and her alleged boyfriend Lawrence O'Donnell

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Even their fans want to see them getting married. Here are some of the tweets by Tamron’s followers.

Boyfriend and Dating Rumors with Prince:

In 2012, many websites speculated the rumor that Tamron had a close relationship with Prince. Prince was an American singer and musician who died on April 21, 2016.

Speculation rose even more after a selfie of Tamron surfaced with the caption text "If I could get ur attention" which references to a song by Prince with the same title. But later on, Tamron dispelled the rumor on The Russ Morning show.

Caption: Tamron Hall's "If I could get ur attention" selfie

Caption: Tamron talking about her rumors affair with Prince.

However, Tamron has always regarded Prince as a best friend. In an interview, she has spoken about the influence he made in her life. In the interview, she remembered Prince as an angel and mourned for his death. She said,

"He didn't want people to know all of the ways he helped other people. He did it as this silent angel, including how he helped me in my life on many occasions. … I'm sorry for the world losing his gift, but he's not gone."

She also talked how close she with prince and said,

The only other person I spoke with more than Prince is my mother. This the person I communicate with more than anyone

Moreover, Tamron thought Prince as an ideal person and was unknown about his addiction until his death.  Tamron claims that she never saw Prince engaged in substance abuse or drunk.

Caption: Tamron talking about Prince’s drug addiction, published on Sep 21, 2016

She Regrets Not Having a Baby:

Three months ago, Tamron made the biggest revelation of her life on the show alongside co-hosts Natalie Morales and Al Roker. The co-hosts were reflecting upon the regrets of their past when she admitted that the biggest regret of her 20’s was not having a baby.She said:

“I really did. The only thing, and this is because we have to be honest on the show … the only thing I would have done is, I would have had a child. I know it’s young, but I would have at least started the process.”

“Not to diminish the spectacular and beautiful journey of parenthood, but don’t make me feel I am half an adult if I don’t have a child. Caring has nothing to do with being a parent. I care because I’m a human being.”

Although she couldn’t conceive a baby then, she can always adopt a child. 

Tamron’s remorse on the tragic death of her sister

Like every sister, there was an immense love between Tamron and her sibling. Therefore, the world rattled for Tamron when she heard about the death of her sister. She shared in an interview with The Wrap in January 2014 that her sister was found lying face down in the pool with all symptoms of being physically abused.

Tamron revealed that she found her sister being physically assaulted by the person and tried to throw him out from her sister live. But her sister didn’t leave the person and Tamron did not spoke to her. Tamron shared in the same interview that it was her biggest mistake that instead of helping and consulting her sister, she ceased to speak with her. She said,

“I should have hugged my sister, and I should have found help for her. We eventually fell back in love with each other, but the monster was still always there.”

Tamron has learned much after her sister’s death now. Though in past she couldn’t her sister from domestic violence, she is committed to helping other similar ladies now. She shared about the injustice to her sister and her conviction to help victims in an interview with in 2016. She said,

No one was ever charged in her homicide or in her murder, and no suspect was named. My sister’s case has led me to focus a lot of my attention on domestic violence.

Tamron has recently opened 'The Tamron [Heart] Renate Fund' which will serve as a helping hand to domestic abuse victims. Tamron has incorporated with Safe Horizon which carter assistance to the survivors. Her show 'Deadline: Crime With Tamron Hall' , an investigative tv series that features Hall with her investigative team digging deeper about a crime's truth and closing down cases is actually dedicated to her sister's death which was also an unsolved case.

Tamron's Professional Life:

Tamron is hugely admired for her hard work and presentation skills. She is currently the anchor of MSNBC’s 'News Nation' and hosts another show named after her 'Deadline: Crime With Tamron Hall.' She can also be seen frequently as a host of the NBC’s ‘Today.'  She's an incredibly dedicated reporter and often engages in serious arguments with multiple personalities. She doesn't shy away from dangerous confrontations and tries to dig out the truth from the deepest holes.

Caption: Tamron Hall in a heated discussion with Scott Baio.

Tamron has anchored some of the biggest reports for MSNBC and NBC News, including “Making the Grade,” “Debating The Black Agenda,” several “Dateline” pieces, and “Education Nation: Teacher Town Hall,” which was nominated for an Emmy Award. She also won an Emmy Award for serving as a correspondent in the NBC News special “The Inauguration of Barack Obama” in 2010. Let’s see a video of bold Tamron reporting on News Night.

Caption: MSNBC 'News Nation with Tamron Hall' Intro - 2/28/2014

Tamron's Short Bio:

Born (Maggie May) on September 16, 1970, Tamron was born at Luling, Texas, USA. Tamron currently functions as the day-side anchor of MNSBC and host of MNSBC’s “Live with Tamron Hall”. She completed her bachelor of arts in broadcast journalism from the Temple University.

Her notable work credits include KBTX (1992-1994), KTVT (1994-1997), WFLD (1997-2007) and MSNBC (2007- present). 

She has also reported for various news publications like Ebony Magazine, Forbes, Huffington Post and others. Tamron Hall enjoys a dazzling net worth of $ 5 million (estimated).