Monica Crowley's boyfreind is Bill Siegel. Are they just dating or planning to get married?

News by Clarence Published on 10 Jan,2017 Updated on 13 Dec,2017

Monica Crowley is an American columnist, political commentator, talk radio personality, and author, best known for her appearances on Fox News. She currently works as the online opinion editor and regular columnist for The Washington Times.

At present, she is also the member of the Council on Foreign Relations. She is also likely to be appointed as the senior director of strategic communications for the National Security Council in the Donald Trump administration.

Monica Crowley’s relationship with Bill Siegel

Monica Crowley is a beautiful lady with pleasing personality but she is not married yet and has no any children from her affairs. However, there was a rumor that she was dating Bill Siegel, a producer, and director some years ago.

Monica Crowley with Bill Siegel


Her photographs with Bill were published in The New York Diary attending their friend’s cocktail party and were guessed to have affair with each other. There was also a rumor about her engagement in 2011 but no news was published afterward.

Monica was seen few more times with Bill in different events and public places which also reinforced the rumors about their relationship.

An article posted in The Washington Post on 16th April 2007 has also clearly stated Bill Siegel as the boyfriend of Monica. However, the fact is still to be known and they both haven’t spoken anything about it.

Monica Crowley’s Career

Monica is a graduate with Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Colgate University and his Ph.D. in International Relations from Columbia University. She first began her career working career as a research assistant for former President Richard Nixon in 1990.

Another excellent pick. RT "Donald Trump selects Rick Perry as energy secretary" - @washtimes

— Monica Crowley (@MonicaCrowley) December 14, 2016

She joined Fox News Channel in 1996 and started her career in journalism where she worked as foreign affairs and political analyst. She also works as the online opinion editor for The Washington Times and is a regular columnist.