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What do we know about Snapchat star – Sara Hopkins?

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• Early life and family: Sara was adopted by the Hopkins family and holds American nationality.
• Educational background: Sara graduated from Auburn University with a BA in Radio, Television and Film.
• Career: Sara was a news reporter and then focused on her social media channels, which made her a star on the app Vine.
• Personal life: Sara is married to fellow Internet personality Robert Ayala and they have one son Aidan.
• Appearance and Net Worth: Sara has aquamarine eyes and a net worth of around $1 million.

Sara Hopkins’ ordinary life of a local news reporter changed when she became a star on the then-popular app, Vine. Before the app was shut down, Sara’s videos attracted thousand of followers and views. As of 2020, she is still an Internet personality.

Early life and family

Sara Ayres Underwood was born on 16 March 1991, in Columbus, Georgia USA, so her zodiac sign is Pisces, and she holds American nationality; she is of part-Welsh origin. She was adopted by the Hopkins family, who had two daughter, Kristin and Casey. Her adoptive father’s name is Kenny Hopkins, and her adoptive motheris Karen Hopkins, who have lived together for more than 25 years, as of 2020 – Sara’s son is their first grandson. Sara once wrote on her Instagram that she was ‘blessed and thankful to have’ Kenny Hopkins as her dad, adding: ‘ Especially cause he didn’t have to be my dad at all… but he chose to be’.

Sara hasn’t shared a lot of details about her childhood, except that she had a dream to become a flight attendant, and that she spent nine summers in summers camps (and enjoyed them).

Educational background

In 2009 Sara matriculated from her local high school within the top 4% of her class, partly, she says, because she didn’t smoke or drink at school, and was fully focused on her education. In 2013 Sara graduated from Auburn University with a BA in Radio, Television and Film.

Career

Life before the fame

Sara started working as a news reporter at WWAY News Channel 3 in August 2014, developing her career in the sphere of television broadcasting. At the beginning of 2015 she appointed the Director of Special Projects, and also began working as an on-air host.

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The same year she started posting her videos on the Vine application, which was quite popular that year. She soon started getting more and more subscribers, and eventually found it hard to balance between her online activities and full-time job.

Social media career

At the beginning of 2016 Sara understood that this was too hard taking all of her energy – ‘I was calling my mom every day on the hour every hour, going back and forth. It was such a struggle. I was mentally and emotionally torn because that’s why I had gone to school for and trained for and paid all the big bucks to Auburn University for’, Sara shared in her interview to AOL. Her biggest fear was to not use her degree after getting it, as one doesn’t need to be an Auburn graduate to be a Viner.

However, in March 2016 she quit her job on TV to fully focus on her social media career, developing her Vine account, YouTube channel and Instagram profile at the same time.

At the end of 2016, she became one of the Shorty Awards finalists, ending as runner-up in the category “Snapchatter of the Year”, as Sara was an active user of the Snapchat app. By the time the Vine app was shut down, she had more than 950,000 subscribers, which was a true shock for Sara who quit her job to create content for the mobile app, but she had no regrets, then focusing on other social media platforms.

As of 2020, Sara has more than 230,000 subscribers on her Instagram account and more than 65,000 followers on her personal YouTube channel. While she is not very consistent with creating content for the latter, she is very active on her Instagram profile, having multiple contracts with various brands and companies, collaborating with Starbucks, Amazon, Warner Brothers, Target, etc, but saying that her most exciting project is her collaboration with Coke.

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Sara now has another contract with Wellements, a company which provides supplements and organic products for newborns and toddlers. Becoming a mom granted Sara more opportunities to get commercial contracts with companies which provides various gadgets, supplies and services for kids and parents.

Television career

Sara tried herself as an actress, appearing in two episodes of the TV series “Secrets and Lies” in 2015, as she landed the role of the reporter for “The Trail” and “The Father”. The fun fact about her career on the screen is that she didn’t even know she would be in a movie, yet she was caught by the camera in one of the scenes filmed for “Broken Bridges” in 2006, starring Toby Keith, Willie Nelson and Burt Reynolds. She was sitting in the audience of the hall, and she is pretty sure it was a pure accident she got into the frame.

Personal life, husband Robert Ayala

Sara started dating another Viner, Robert “Robby” Ayala, in 2015, and the couple became engaged at the beginning of 2017. Robby wanted to propose underwater, but Sara’s father asked him not to do so, because he was sure that Sara would spit the regulator out of her mouth, so Robby ‘kept it simple’ and proposed on the beach during the sunset. On 31 December 2016 Robby got down on one knee and asked Sara the question, but she couldn’t even respond as she was crying, and people around them wondered if Sara was about to say: ‘No’, and Robby was still on his knee. Eventually, Sara answered: ‘Yes!’. The only thing Sara and Robby regret of is that they didn’t have any pictures from their engagement, as their friend, who was supposed to come to them on that vacation to Roatan, Honduras, became pregnant and was scared of the Zika virus, so she stayed home.

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Sara and Robby married in November 2017. Robby is also an Internet personality who had more than 3.5 million subscribers on the Vine app. He also has his personal YouTube channel and is quite popular on Instagram.

Giving birth to her first son, Aidan Joaquin Ayala

Sara gave birth to her first child, Aidan Joaquin Ayala, on 10 September 2019, then made multiple posts on her Instagram account admitting she suffered from Postpartum Depression. She revealed that only proper medicine and therapy helped her to get out of the hell she felt, wanting the day to end before it even began: ‘I’ve been flooded with feelings of guilt, anxiety, inadequacy and emptiness all while having this crippling, overwhelming love for this new life. Postpartum depression is a beast’, she wrote on the National Mental Health Day.

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Sara also thinks that the birth trauma of her son influenced her state. Her son’s head was a bit flat after the manipulations during the birth-giving process, so the doctor designed a special helmet for Aidan to help gradually reshape the skull. Sara and Robby also wore similar fake helmets to cheer up their son and to show him that there was nothing to be ashamed of while wearing such a helmet.

Hobbies, favorite things and interesting facts

Sara has an intense form of ADHD. She broke her back when she was 10 years old, and had to spend three months wearing a special bandage – her back still hurts every day. When she was in high school, she was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, but since the disease can’t be treated, she is still not sure if the doctor was wrong or her case was a very light one.

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  • She is a certified scuba diving instructor.
  • She has a dream to meet Adele and Elon Musk in person.
  • She is a huge fan of Paramore and know all their songs by heart.
  • Sara collects magnets.
  • She likes drinking sour beer; she eats almost all dishes with hot sauces, but doesn’t like guacamole.
  • She admits that people who can play the guitar blow her mind.
  • Her favorite color is grey because it makes her very calm; one can see that she decorated almost all of the rooms in her house in all the shades of grey and also likes wearing grey clothes.
  • She likes watching scary movies but always ‘Googles’ their endings to find out what to expect, not to be scared too much.
  • She took flying lessons but she never went She did skydiving once, and wants to do it six more times until she can do it on her own.
  • Her favorite flower is blue hydrangea.
  • She is a devoted Christian.
  • Her favorite travelling destination is Bangkok, Thailand.
  • She thinks that Asians with blonde dyed hair look very cool.
  • Sara and Robby have two Pomeranians: 2-year-old Lilly and 11-year-old Chico; the dogs have their own Instagram profile.
  • She was once a member of a stilt-walking team and enjoyed it very much.

Her favorite fruit is pineapple, and she is obsessed with pineapple-shaped accessories: she has earring in the shape of a pineapple, her phone case is a rubber pineapple, and in one of her videos one can see several ceramic boxes which also have the shape of a pineapple.

Appearance

When it comes to her eyes color, Sara likes to say her eyes have the color of ‘the ocean after the storm’, as her eyes have that aquamarine shade. Sara underwent laser eye surgery; she still thinks it is her best decision in the whole life, as the manipulations with contact lenses were unbearable for her. Sara is 5ft 7ins (1.7m) tall and weighs around 136lbs (62kgs); her vital statistics are not available at the moment. Sara has no tattoos, but likes temporary ones.

Net worth and salary

As of 2020, Sara’s net worth is reportedly close to $1 million; she earns up to $1,160 per sponsored post on her Instagram account.

Started with TheLegit.org in April 2023. Previously, Executive Editor at Echoes Media. Holds a Journalism degree from New York University.

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Naked Truth Of Fox News Journalist – Lisa Boothe – Age, Body

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Early life, family, educational background

Lisa Marie Booth was born on 3 February 1985 in West Virginia, USA. She is an American political commentator and Republican strategist, and works for Fox News. She was raised in Washington D.C. with her mother, Dianne Marie Boothe (née Wilkinson) who was a homemaker and her father, Jeffrey Ferris Boothe. Her father was involved in politics for a decade and was an assistant to a senator on Capitol Hill. She has three older brothers.

In 2003 she attended the University of Tennessee, and in 2007 graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Government, which was helpful in her pursuit of a successful career as a political commentator and Republican Strategist.

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She was part of the Phi Mu sorority during her years in university.

Career

Politics

After graduating, she worked as a Republican staff assistant in the US House of Representatives. Her hard work meant that in 2010 she got to work on the National Republican Congressional Committee, and two years later during the election campaign, when she was the communications director for the Republican representative, Sandy Adams in 2012. She worked for Sandy’s re-election campaign from 2011 to 2012, and even though the November 2012 election was lost, Lisa gained experience and a strong reputation.

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She was a then spokeswoman for the Senate campaign of Tommy Thompson, and afterwards, also worked with well-renowned politicians such as Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito and Congressman Mark Meadows. In 2014, she was invited to work as the senior director at for a global investment management co-operation, the Black Rock Group during the election campaign. She was also a consultant on Dan Sullivan’s Senate race, including developing communication strategies for politicians. She became vice president of public affairs research at WPA Research and political polling in 2015, which involved working with various politicians from around the country.

She was a contributing writer from 2016 to 2017 for “The Washington Examiner,” “The Hill” and “The Washington Times.” She is the president and founder of the public communications and political affairs firm, High Noon Strategies, which works intimately with Fortune 500 companies to provide political consultations and strategies. She is a senior member of the conservative activist group, Independent Women’s Voice, which is the sister organization of the Independent Women’s Forum.

Fox News

She began working for the Fox News Channel in October 2016, starting as a network contributor, with her duties including political commentary and analysis in the FNC primetime and daytime programs.

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Since her start on the network, Lisa has appeared in various Fox shows and has filled in for hosts during several segments. On 6 August 2017, Fox News announced that Lisa would stand-in for Eric Bolling on their show “Specialists,”, but in September 2017 they announced the show’s cancellation, after Eric’s departure from the network.

She occasionally co-hosts “The Five” and “Outnumbered,” is often a guest on “The Story” and a panelist on “Special Report,’ all of which are aired on the Fox News Channel.

Personal life

She is a secretive person and likes to keep her personal life private.

She is reportedly in a relationship with John Bourbonia Cummins; the rumors came after John posted a comment on one of Lisa’s pictures on Facebook, actually a slightly sarcastic comment, thanking her for cropping him out of the photo. In response, she replied, ‘Love you. Mean it.’

Bella Marie Boothe is her Cavalier King Charles dog.

She is open and proud about being a Republican, and is quick to defend her stand-point and beliefs. In an April 2017 issue of the “Washington Examiner,” Lisa wrote, ‘The body count is piling up, and it is time to fight back. We have seen the Left stop at nothing to systematically destroy the lives of the people they disagree with… And while the Right should never engage in the violent tactics of the Left, they should also never allow their voices to be stifled.’

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She hasn’t been afraid to defend American President Donald Trump; one such instance was when he reportedly met with a Russian lawyer who allegedly promised to provide Trump with incriminating information against Hillary Clinton.

Recently, she defended President Trump when he was accused of being anti-American by singer, Bruce Springsteen. On “The Story,” she said, ‘I think being president of the United States is about as American as it gets, especially for a guy who gave up his cushy lifestyle as a billionaire to decide to run for president… So I think President Trump loves this country.’

Due to her blatant openness regarding her political standing, she is involved in a lot of controversies, and regularly accuses the media of liberal bias, feeling that the majority of journalists have liberal inclinations. After President Trump’s inauguration, she shared on Fox News that she thinks he has ‘exposed the media as largely partisan.’

On 14 July 2017, while on air on Fox News’s “The Five,” she insulted Hillary Clinton by claiming that Hillary is so desperate to become the president, that she would sell her daughter if it ensured her win.

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Her statement got even more attention when Hillary’s daughter replied to it via a tweet and said, ‘No, she wouldn’t. I’ve never doubted & always known I was the most important part of her life. Now, as a mom, I’m even more grateful to my mom.’

Hobbies, favorite things and interesting facts

In high school, she played lacrosse and field hockey, and won two state championship rings. In her senior year of high school, she was the captain of their lacrosse team. She required reconstructive surgery after tearing her anterior cruciate ligament while playing, an injury which capped any thought of pursuing a career in sports, so she turned her attention to her academics.

Appearance

She has blonde hair and hazel brown eyes. She is 5ft 2in (1.57m) tall, weighs around 120lbs (55kgs), and her vital statistics are 35-25-35.

Net worth and salary

As of early 2020, her net worth is estimated at $10 million. She is considered the most well-known reporter on Fox News and therefore reputedly receives an annual salary of $600,000. For her writing contribution, she is paid more than $121,000 a year. Her overall income is around $2 million a year.

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Beth McLeod’s (Fox 8 – WXYZ) Biography, Salary, Age, New Job

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Beth McLeod is an Emmy Award winner and American Fox-8 meteorologist, whose claim to fame was being the wife of popular American sports producer and game announcer for NBA’s “Cleveland Cavaliers,” Fred McLeod.

Early Life and Family

Beth McLeod was born Elizabeth Heather Henningsen on 31 March 1965, in Bay Village, Ohio USA, to parents Richard Henningsen and Martha Ann Henningsen. Her family lived in her hometown until Beth was in 1st grade, then moved to Detroit due to her father working for Detroit Diesel at that time, and she spent most of her childhood there.

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Education

She matriculated from Northville High School in Northville, Michigan, and graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism. Later on, she was completed a Master’s degree in Meteorology at Mississippi State University.

Career

Her first television job was at CBS Sports in New York, but she then worked at WDIV in Detroit, Michigan for over 17 years. Aside from covering traffic news for the station from 1995 to 2008, she was one of the hosts of Michigan Lottery, giving out the lucky winning numbers during the daily drawing broadcast for 15 years along with Aggie Usedly and Darryl Wood, until they were replaced by an automated speaking machine in 2012.

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Beth left the traffic news department so that she could have more time with her husband, who was the Cleveland Cavaliers play-by-play game announcer. She started a career as a weather forecaster in WOIO in Cleveland, spending almost 10 years working as a meteorologist, giving updates about the weather, and explaining the possible changes in the climate every day.

She is currently working as the resident meteorologist of Fox 8 News Channel in Cleveland.

Personal Life

She was married to Fred McLeod for 28 years before he passed away. They met during the NBA Finals when she was still working for CBS Sports – he found out that she wanted to try broadcasting, and was preparing an audition tape.

He help her create her videotape, and through the course of helping her one thing led to another. They started dating and were married in 1991. This was her first marriage and Fred’s second – he had three children with his former wife.

In September of 2019, her husband called her and said that he was not feeling well, and that he would drive himself from the golf course to the emergency room of the nearest hospital. She told him to pull over and just wait for the 911 team that she called to attend to him. That was the last time they were able to talk, as he died of a heart attack at the age of 67.

Beth is currently residing in Ohio, and still struggles with the pain of losing her husband. Her work in Fox 8 keeps her busy and helps her to move forward, but says in an interview that ‘There is a hole in my heart.’

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Who is Fred McLeod?

Fred was born on 1 September 1952 in Strongsville, Cleveland, Ohio, to parents Fred McLeod Sr. and Marilyn McLeod. He spent most of his childhood in his hometown until his sophomore year, when his family transferred to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He matriculated from a local high school there, and then graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism in 1974 from Point Park University, previously known as Point Park College.

He was part of the baseball varsity team in college in the position of pitcher, as his team made it to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) World Series, the national association for small colleges in North America.

In 1974, he started his career in covering sports events at St. Joseph, Missouri for KQTV, then transferred to Steubenville, Ohio for WSTV. In 1979, he went back to Cleveland for WJKW-TV to be a sports presenter and a play-by-play announcer of the city’s baseball team, the Cleveland Indians. Impressed by his commentaries, Fred was offered a job in San Francisco, California doing the same thing for KPIX-TV covering the Oakland Athletics.

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By 1980’s, WJBK was able to lure him back to the East by offering him a job in Detroit, Michigan as a sport presenter, and later he transferred to WDIV. In 1984, the NBA team the Detroit Pistons hired him to call their games, giving the play-by-play account of the games for many years until he received a call in 2006 from Dan Gilbert, the majority owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Apparently, Dan was his former intern at WDIV, who after getting his degree, bought back his mortgage company and eventually bought the NBA team. Fred was offered a job back in Ohio, and was apparently ecstatic with the opportunity to become the voice of his hometown’s basketball games. He did so until his death in 2019.

Interesting Facts

  • Beth asked for her husband’s body to be autopsied so his three children from his first wife would be informed of the cause of death, given that his relatives had a short life expectancy rate. Most of Fred’s relatives had died in their ‘50’s, and apparently the additional 10 years that Fred had was because of his healthy lifestyle. His artery problem was genetic.
  • Beth owns a pair of dogs to accompany her, and encourage her to live one day at a time.
  • She shares Fred’s story and her experience with the American Heart Association awareness program, to encourage people to go and consult a doctor.
  • She is active in her verified social media accounts. Her Twitter is @BethHMcLeod, Instagram is @bethmcleodfox8, YouTube is Beth McLeod, and Facebook is @BethHMcLeod.
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Appearance

She is 5ft 5ins (1.67m) tall, and weighs around 125lbs (57kgs). Her shoe size is 6.5. She is Caucasian with long blonde hair and blue eyes.

Net worth

Authoritative sources estimated Beth’s net worth at about $400,000 before her husband’s death; she may have benefited from his estate.  She is earning between $80,000 and $90,000 on average per year.

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Emily Compagno’s (Fox News) Biography – Husband, Salary

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Emily Compagno is an American lawyer, TV correspondent, and a former National Football League (NFL) cheerleader, who rose to prominence through her work as a Fox News Channel contributor.

Early Life and Family

Emily Rose Compagno is of part-Italian-American descent, born on 9 November 1979 at a Naval Hospital in Oak Knoll, California, USA to parents John and Katherine Compagno. She and her older sisters Natalie Compagno and Julietta Compagno Skoog were raised in El Cerrito, Contra Costa County in California. Her sister Natalie is a lifestyle influencer and blogs about the fashion industry with her blog entitled “LA Lifestyle,” and is married to Greg who owns a travel bookstore in California.

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Julietta has two daughters with husband Jon Skoog.

Emily is pretty close to her paternal grandparents, John and Josephine Bileci Compagno. Her maternal great grandfather was William Harry Bertsch whose wife’s name Rose and where Emily’s second name came from.

Education

She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Washington, and was awarded the Juris Doctorate degree in 2006 at the University of San Francisco.

Career

Legal Career

After completing an externship in the US Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit with Judge Noonan, and passing the California Bar exams, Emily started practicing law as a criminal defense and civil litigation attorney in a law firm based in the southern part of San Francisco.

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She handled mostly non-violent juvenile and financially-motivated white-collar cases.

From 2010 to 2014, Emily also worked as a federal managing attorney, and was later promoted as Acting Director for the Social Security Administration. As a government attorney in one of the top agencies in the US, she was able to deal with a wide variety of civil and administrative legal cases, such as fraud, regulatory labor issues including employment contracts.

Team Captain, Oakland Raiderettes Cheerleading Squad

With her regular job as a lawyer, Emily also decided to fulfill her childhood dream of being a professional dancer, and applied for a spot in the football cheerleading squad with the Oakland Raiderettes, and joined the squad in April of 2007.

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From an interview with SFGate she said, “I’ve been dancing since I was 3, so it’s natural to want that part of my life, the love of performing satisfied.” She did not see it as a substitute career; it just so happened that she did not have time to pursue this dream when she was in law school. It was something that complements her and served as an outlet of her love of performing.

From a regular cheerleader, she was promoted to be the team captain of the Oakland Raiderettes – it was classified as part-time work, but in reality, she said that the work they do for the team equates to a full-time commitment, even if most of the girls have a day job, so in the end, most of her spare time was allocated to cheerleading tasks.

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She was included to perform during the NFL’s military tour in Iraq and Kuwait, as well as one of only four cheerleaders chosen to promote during the NFL China launch in Beijing and Shanghai.

Emily never broadcasts her cheerleading position when she is working as an attorney, and at the same time, she does not openly tell everyone in the cheerleading world that she is a practicing lawyer.

Fox News Contributor

All through her work as a civil litigator and a part-time cheerleader, she never lost focus on her ultimate dream of becoming a legal analyst, and that became a reality when Fox News Network offered her the dream job. Many were surprised at the change of career, as few were aware of her legal background, and only knew her as the cheerleading team captain.

With her diversified legal experience from being a criminal defense lawyer in a private firm and working as a federal attorney handling social security disputes, she was the perfect choice for becoming an on-air legal analyst on a variety of local and national issues. She started as a guest commentator on shows, asking for opinions from a business and legal analyst.

Later on, her in-depth experience in the world of football helped in doing sports commentaries. She also covered various other sporting events, particularly the PAC-12, in which universities vie for championship titles in several games. Even some sports magazines have acquired her expertise as a contributor.

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Emily can be seen regularly in various shows such as “The Five,” “Fox and Friends: Weekend,” “The Greg Gutfeld Show,” and “Crimes That Changed America” on Fox News, Fox Business, and Fox Sports networks.

Personal Life

Emily was married to Peter Riley on 13 September 2017, in a secret wedding ceremony at the Hotel Villa Cimbrone in Italy. They met in high school in California, but it took about two decades to reconnect, when they saw each other again in Seattle and started dating. Little else is known about her husband except for the pictures she’s shared of their wedding day and the wedding ring photo that her husband accidentally left, as she posted on her Instagram account. Emily is so adamant about keeping her private and public life separate.

She and her husband are currently living in Seattle, Washington State.

Interesting Facts and Awards

  • She was given the US Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps’ Cadet of the Quarter Award during her college graduation ceremonies.
  • When she was pursuing her Juris Doctorate degree at the University of San Francisco, she worked as the editor for the Intellectual Property Bulletin as well as served as President of the Federalist Society.
  • She is a proud owner of a Doberman dog named Duchess.
  • Emily has had a keen interest in auto racing since she was young, and was ecstatic when she had a chance to participate in car racing during one of her segments on Fox.
  • Her volunteer work with orphans in the Southern African third world countries such as Malawi, Uganda and Zambia was an enriching experience that she would never forget.
  • During one of the episodes of “Fox & Friends: Weekend” with hosts Ed Henry and Pete Hegset, Emily became a fake bait when she visited Joint Base McGuire–Dix–Lakehurst in New Jersey, a military dog training center for the US Army. She said that even if she had the biggest scare of her life, she knew that those dogs had intensive training and wouldn’t harm her intentionally.
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Social Media Accounts

She is active on her verified social media accounts – her Instagram and Twitter accounts are both @EmilyCompagno,with over 100,000 followers on each.

Appearance

Andrea is 5ft 6ins (1.70m) tall, weighs around 112lbs (51kgs), and due to her daily workout routines, she has a properly well-toned body. She is Caucasian, with black hair and hazel brown eyes.

Net worth

Sources estimated her net worth at around $1.5 million as of April 2020. Aside from her earnings from her private legal practice and as a Fox Network host and contributor, she had a successful cheerleading career, with multiple endorsements for four years along with her federal attorney salary.

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