What Is Lynette Romero's Age? The Reporter Manages Married Life With Husband And Profession Like A Pro

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What Is Lynette Romero's Age? The Reporter Manages Married Life With Husband And Profession Like A Pro

No matter how workaholic a person is, he/she still dreams of having a blissful married life alongside their career. Well, different people seek different qualities in their partner, but every person out there wants their companion to be with them in every hurdle of the life. Don’t you wish your partner to love you to the moon and back?

The Emmy Award-winning reporter and KTLA 5 Morning News anchor, Lynette Romero is one fortunate person and is blessed with a loving husband and beautiful family life.

You might have seen Lynette on the screen presenting the news flawlessly but today, let us help you to have a look on her personal life. Let’s take a stroll in her life and see how has she been successful in managing her married life while having a lustrous professional life, like a pro.

Lynette Romero’s Married Life:

Lynette Romero’s love life is something very envious. She has been enjoying a blissful married life with her boyfriend-turned-husband, David Angulo for quite a time now.

The pair first met in January 1994 while they attended a five-week long Spanish immersion program while studying at the University of Guadalajara. Soon after the program finished, Lynette returned to Denver where she was living at that time whereas David returned to Los Angeles.

Not long after the pair returned to their respective places, they realized that they were destined to be together. After many years, David took Lynette back to Guadalajara where he asked her to spend the rest of her life with him as husband and wife.

After being together for almost a decade, the pair got married in July 2003 in a very traditional, romantic and sacred wedding ceremony. Lynette recalls her wedding as-

“We genuinely liked and respected every person involved with our wedding, which truly made all the difference.”

Eleven years after tying the knot, Lynette took Twitter on July 2014 to wish her husband David their eleventh wedding anniversary. While sharing a picture of the pair from their marriage, Lynette revealed that David could make her heart, skip a beat even after twenty-one years.

The couple, who is happily married for fourteen years, is blessed with a beautiful daughter named, Olivia Angulo. Lynette welcomed her daughter Olivia in August 2004, a year after she got married.

Lynette shared a picture collage via Twitter wishing Olivia on her eleventh birthday back in 2015.

No doubt Lynette enjoys a blissful family life. However, she prefers little privacy when it comes to revealing some minor details. Lynette, who is believed to celebrate her birthday each year on February 2, remains reserved when it comes to revealing the year of her birth and her current age.

Besides her outrageous personal life, Lynette has been successful in managing her professional life splendidly as well.

Romero first joined KTLA as a general assignment reporter in January of 1999. She then produced and reported the KTLA News series “Public Schools: Working the System," for which she was able to receive the prestigious Golden Mike Award from the Radio and Television News Association of Southern California in her first year at the station.

Lynette then co-anchored for “KTLA Prime News” from August 2000 to October 2004. Lynette is also notable for anchoring the show “Access L.A. – The Latino Experience,” for which she received a local Emmy and Golden Mike Award. She has earned another local Emmy award as well; that for reporting and producing the five-part series “From Farm to Fork.”

In past years, Lynette has been spending most of her time making her appearance in public events while managing time in the community speaking at local schools. She has also served as a master of ceremonies for different community events including the Los Angeles County Academic Decathlon and the Lawyers for Literacy Spelling Bee.

Lynette is also an advisory board member for the University of Colorado School of Journalism and Mass Communication and is also a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.