Super-Married Couple Norah O'Donnell and Husband of 15 Years Are Less Likely to Face a Divorce

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Super-Married Couple Norah O'Donnell and Husband of 15 Years Are Less Likely to Face a Divorce

Quick Information

  • Date of Birth 1974-01-23
  • Age 46 Years 5 Month(s)
  • Nationality American
  • Birth Place Washington, D.C., United States
  • Profession Journalist
  • Birth Name Norah Morahan O’Donnell
  • Zodiac Sign Aquarius
  • Ethnicity/Race Mixed
  • Father Francis O’Donnell
  • Mother Norah O’Donnell
  • Brother/s Francis O'Donnell
  • Sister/s Mary O'Donnell
  • Son/s Henry Tracy
  • Daughter/s Grace Tracy, Riley Norah Tracy
  • Relationship Status Married
  • Husband/Spouse Geoff Tracy (m. 2001)
  • Divorce/Split Not Yet
  • Net Worth $8 Million
  • Career 1996–present
  • High School MacArthur High School
  • College Georgetown University
  • Height/ How Tall? 5 feet 6 inches (1.68m)
  • Weight 60 kg (132 lbs)
  • Hair Short
  • Hair Color Chocolate Brunette
  • Eye Color Blue
  • Lesbian No

If you are a fan of the shows “CBS This Morning”, "Face The Nation" and "CBS Evening News", you may know about Norah O’Donnell. The Irish-American television journalist has been a bright prospect for "CBS This Morning" since replacing  Erica Hill in 2012.

“Sigma Delta Chi Award”  and “Emmy Award” winning television journalist, Norah is considered as one of the successful women anchors in the country. But do you know about her conjugal relationship?

Norah is married to Geoff Tracy, an author, an award-winning restaurateur who operates six famous restaurants in the country, serving over 750,000 people every year.

Noah and Geoff got married in  June  2001. They have three children, Grace and Henry (Twins – Born on May 20, 2007) and Reiley (Born on July 5, 2008).

As a result of her bustling timetable, she hasn't always been able to look after her children. It’s when her husband comes into light. Without Geoff’s support, she couldn't  have been as dedicated to her work as she is now. 

When asked about work-life balance in an interview, she told:

“No, I don’t care for the phrase “work-life balance”. I think it sets up these scales of justice where for me they’re the same — work and life — and those they’re supposed to be equal. I spend more time at work during the week than I am at home. I spend time with my children during the night, but they’re also at school during the day — I mean, they have lives, too.”

Both Norah and Geoff have been popular figures on social networking sites. Their popularity inclined after they co-authored “Baby Love: Healthy, Easy, Delicious Meals for Your Baby and Toddler” in August 2010. Their devotees were grateful for the book and encouraged them.

This super-married couple has set an example for many of us who consider the profession as a problem for our timelessness towards our children. If all marriages had a bond like Norah and Geoff, there would have been fewer divorces. What do you think?