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Reporter Abby Huntsman is living a blissful married life with husband Jeffrey Bruce
Updated On 15 Aug, 2018 Published On 16 Jan, 2017
An American beautiful and hot television personality who is best known as co-host of The Cycle on MSNBC. She is daughter to Jon Huntsman, Jr. who was presidential candidate in presidential candidate and Mary Kaye Huntsman.
Keeping her life wrapped up, the gorgeous reporter Abigail Huntsman, also known as Abby, has left all her fans wondering about her relationship and affairs.
Unfortunately, to all her male fans, we have a bad news. Abby Huntsman is no longer single as she has been married to her husband Jeffrey Bruce Livingston since 2010 and the couple is together, living happily ever since.
Her charismatic personality and outstanding reporting skills surely have gathered millions of fan followers and now everyone wants to know about the personal life of Abby.
Relationship Story Of Abby Huntsman And Husband Jeffrey Bruce
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As for now, Abby is doing quite well handling her professional life as well as personal life. In October 2015, Huntsman joined Fox News Channel as a general assignment reporter.
She covers the news of the day across the network's daytime as well as primetime programming.
Here's a video of Abby Huntsman who conducted a wide-ranging one-on-one interview with Texas Gov. Rick Perry about 2016, marijuana, the possibility of Texas turning blue, the minimum wage, economic growth in his state, other big name Texas lawmakers, and more. Enjoy watching!
Well, we hope that the perfect couple always stays together and soon start a beautiful family and live a happily married life.
Abby Huntsman: Quick Facts
Born on 1st May 1986 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Her father served as U.S. Ambassador to China under Barack Obama and currently, he is U.S. Ambassador to Russia under President Donald Trump.
She is working as a general assignment reporter for Fox News Channel.
She is widely known to leave the Mormon Church supporting the rights of women and LGBT Americans.