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How is the married life of Hallie Jackson and her husband Doug Jackner going ?

News by Bartley Published on 01 Aug,2016 Updated on 19 Jul,2018

Hallie Jackson, NBC's Chief White House Correspondent, is married to  Doug Hitchner. It has been seven-year, the NBC news's Hallie Jackson is married to Doug Hitchner. And they are living together for a long time with no any rumors of divorce. 

Despite being a TV personality and known for revealing secrets, she has kept her married life and other personal affairs away from the media.

Hallie Jackson and Doug Hitchner, A Happily Married Couple

The correspondent of NBC met her boyfriend Doug Hitchner at Johns Hopkins University where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a BA degree in political science. She and her husband Hitcher exchanged their vows in the fall of 2011 with a formal ceremony conducted in Perkasie, Pennsylvania in Bucks County. 

They started dating each other in 2010 and after a year they got married. 

It was reported that the Jackson and her husband Doug have two beautiful daughters but it is yet to be confirmed officially.

Besides, Jackson is also an avid animal lover has a pet dog. For showcased her fondness towards her pet, she often posts crazy pictures of her dog on Instagram.  

 

That elf life #earsfordays #puntimes #yelpergetit?

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Jackson who was born on April 29, 1984, started her journalism career from WBOC-TV in the towns of Dover, Delaware, and Salisbury, Maryland in 2006.

Jackson's Career Highlights

Before Jackson became an NBC News reporter and journalist in 2014, she departed from WFSB in the cities of Hartford, Connecticut and New Haven, Connecticut in 2008 and went to Hearst Corporation. After becoming an NBC News reporter Hallie covered the Ted Cruz presidential campaign as their embedded reporter for their network.

The couple seems to be living their married life happily to their fullest and this implies that they have a rare chance of being divorced. Let's hope that they will never be divorced.

While leaving WFSB in 2012, she said that she was definitely sad to leave her WFSB family but excited for a new adventure in Washington, DC. Also, she informed that we would find her in the mornings on 30 Hearst-owned stations around the country starting from Boston to Hawaii. In January 2017, she became the Chief White House correspondent of MSNBC Live. 

Hallie was a dynamic addition to the team of NBC because she is a talented on-air reporter who is familiar with the biggest national issues facing this country and has a precious experience for engaging audiences on all platforms. Hallie provided daily coverage of political and national events across the country as a member of the  Hearst Television morning news team. 

 

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