Rebecca "Becky" Quick Divorced First Husband to Marry CNBC Exec Matthew Quyale
- Husband/Spouse Matt Quayle
- Lesbian No
- Body Measurements 37-27-36 inches
- Hair Short
- Height/ How Tall? 1.64 m
- College Rutgers University
- Career 1993-present
- Net Worth $9 Million
- Salary $3 Million
- Ex-Husband Peter Shay
- Wedding Date 2008
- Divorce/Split Yes (Once)
- Date of Birth Jul 18, 1972
- Age 49 Years, 11 Months
- Relationship Status Married
- Children/Kids Four
- Daughter/s Three
- Son/s Kyle Nathaniel Quayle
- Ethnicity/Race White
- Religion Jewish
- Birth Name Rebecca "Becky" Quick
- Profession Journalist
- Birth Place Gary, Indiana, United States
- Nationality American
Co-anchorwoman of CNBC's financial news shows "Squawk Box" and "On The Money," Rebecca (Becky) Quick is undoubtedly gorgeous and talented. Her ability to enchant people with her outstanding communicating skills and enduring beauty is something astonishing.
She has dazzled many men, and the vast majority of them would love to date her. Unfortunately, she is happily married to her husband, Matthew Quayle, an executive producer of Squawk Box.
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Rebecca was previously married to Peter Shay, a computer programmer by profession. However, conflicting reports point Kevin Cahillane as her first husband.
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Do both the names Peter and Kevin indicate the same person? Most importantly, did she divorce her first husband to marry CNBC exec, Matthew Quayle? Only Rebecca has answers to these questions.
A rare snap of Rebecca Becky Quick's husband, Matthew Quayle (Photo:- cnbc.com)
Fans are particularly interested to know the reason behind the divorce with her first husband.
Oddly enough, in 2015, a vague website posted an article that suggested Rebecca being in a relationship with Matthew Quayle while still hitched to her first husband.
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Since rumors are always baseless until they get checked, the public at large doesn’t know whether she was seeing Matthew or not when she was still married to her first husband.
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However, Rebecca is now living in wedded bliss with her husband Matt and their children.
Rebecca Becky Quick and Matthew Quayle's three daughters at the studio circa 2016 (Photo:- businessinsider.com)
Though her first marriage was not successful, she found a loving and caring lover in her second husband, Matthew.
Married to Mathew since 2008, Rebecca has been with him for around 11 years and still has a lot more years to live with him.
Despite leading a life of a public figure, the CNBC personality refrains from showing off husband Matthew on social secretive.
Whatever the information fans have on the duo's married life is through Rebecca's tweets. Using Twitter, she regularly leaves crumbs of her life with her husband for her eager fandom to dissect.
In one instance, she labeled her life partner Matthew, her driver. While in her other tweet, she praised his photographic skills.
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She, with her husband Matthew, had been parenting four kids together - three daughters and a son Kyle Nathaniel Quayle, b. August 2011 - before welcoming her fifth child in October 2016.
Upon giving birth to the seventh member of the family, Rebecca took to Facebook to announce that she along with her family were doing great.
Rebecca "Becky" Quick, an American television journalist, was born on 18th of July 1972. She attended Rutgers University, where she earned a BA in Political Science in the year 1993. At that time, was an editor-in-chief of The Daily Targum.
Throughout her journalism career, she has interviewed some of the world's most powerful financial power brokers and investors like Bill Gates, T. Boone Pickens, Warren Buffett, Jamie Dimon, Alan Greenspan, and Charlie Munger.
Currently, she co-anchors CNBC's financial news show “Squawk Box” alongside Joe Kernen and Andrew Ross Sorkin. She also hosts “On the Money.”
Before the anchoring gig, the mother of five served as The Wall Street Journal reporter for CNBC.