ABC News' Michelle Charlesworth Loves to Spend Time With Her Family; Married Life, Children and Husband, Steve Bartelsetin
- Date of Birth 1970-06-07
- Age 50 Years 5 Month(s)
- Nationality American
- Birth Place New Jersey, United States
- Profession News Anchor
- Birth Name Rachel Michelle Charlesworth
- Zodiac Sign Gemini
- Ethnicity/Race Mixed
- Son/s Jack James
- Daughter/s Isabelle Marlene
- Relationship Status Married
- Wife/Spouse Steve (m. 2003)
- Divorce/Split Not Yet
- Wedding Date 2003
- Dating/Affair No
- Net Worth Not Disclosed
- High School Princeton High School
- College Duke University
- Height/ How Tall? 5'8" (1.73 m)
- Weight 63 kg (139 lbs)
- Feet (Shoe) Size 9 (US)
- Hair Long
- Hair Color Blonde
- Eye Color Brown
- Body Measurements 35-27-35 Inches
- Lesbian No
When we see someone famous on TV, we always wonder how their personal lives are. We always want to know how they live off-screen.
Well, it’s a good day for all you Michelle Charlesworth fans because we have some inside scoop on her personal life.
Michelle Charlesworth, an American journalist, TV anchor and a reporter is a busy woman, professionally and personally as well. Juggling the life of a journalist, a wife, and a mother, Michelle has managed to switch up the roles frictionlessly.
Married to husband Steve Bartelsetin, an infamous American Television reporter and anchor, since 2003, Michelle is a mother of two beautiful children: daughter Isabelle Marlene (born on Oct 16, 2006) and son Jack James (born on Sept 29, 2009). The family has been living in New Jersey.
Her first child Isabelle was named after the hurricane Isabelle after it hit on her wedding on Jersey shore in 2006.
Apart from being a top-notch journalist, Michelle adores spending some quality time with her beautiful family. Her favorite activities include walking around on the beach, playing tennis, cooking and eating Italian dishes. She loves it when her husband becomes the head chef in the house since her favorite dish is the smoked ribs cooked by her husband.
Michelle has always been very active in social media and is open about her personal life. Whether it’s about her battle with skin cancer, which was filmed as a documentary and aired on both ABC News’ “Good Morning America” and WABC-TV, or the story about her three miscarriages, we can say that her life is an open book.
If we look at her Instagram account, we can say that she is an active user with more than 700 posts and 11.1k followers. Similarly, when we peep through her other social networking accounts, she looks pretty intense as well. Her Twitter is filled with numerous interesting work and family related posts.
We have some pictures underneath, taken from her Instagram.
We also have a picture of Michelle with her husband Steve and her children Isabelle and Jack.
Caption: The Bartlesetin family photo
Michelle was the first reporter to give live reports from New York after the September 11 tragedy. She has been honored with the Gold Triangle Award for journalism for her outstanding work over the years.
The Duke University graduate enjoys a happy life with a successful/award-winning career, $400,000 annual salary, amazing co-workers, and a wonderful family; life sure is beautiful for Michelle Charlesworth. We wish nothing but success for her future.
Caption: Michelle Charlesworth identifying herself on The Local with the New York Times.
Michelle Charlesworth: A Short-Bio
The June 7, 1970, born Michelle Charlesworth attended high school at Princeton High School, New Jersey and graduated Duke University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Policy. She also studied economics at the University of Freiburg in a graduate program on a full scholarship from the German government. She started her anchoring career in WABC-TV and was the host of the acclaimed weekend TV series 'Eyewitness News.'
She also served as an anchor and reporter on WNCN-TV. After working in WCTI in New Bern, North Carolina, and WMGM in Atlantic City, New Jersey, she made her move to ABC7NY where she still works.
Michelle was also the host of the critically acclaimed TV program Broad Backstage which highlighted the important actions of High School Students and Teachers that made a difference in their respective institutions. She has formerly worked with multiple news personalities such as Rob Nelson, Toni Yates, Ken Rosato, Lori Stokes among many others.