HomeArticleThe inspirational married life of Judy Woodruff and husband Al Hunt: See the journey of Judy from being a reporter to wife and a mother
The inspirational married life of Judy Woodruff and husband Al Hunt: See the journey of Judy from being a reporter to wife and a mother
Updated On 18 Aug, 2017 Published On 17 Mar, 2017
Popular news reporter for PBS news, Judy Woodruff has been happily married to husband Al Hunt since 1980 and together has three children. Perfect husband and wife with no rumors of a divorce.
An extraordinary person, a dedicated mother, wife and daughter and an outstanding American journalist and correspondent. Even words fail to describe this beautiful soul and one of the most inspirational personalities alive, Judy Woodruff, ladies, and gentlemen!
She has covered major news worldwide and served for several recognized organization including CNN, NBC News, and PBS. Standing tall with her dazzling smile, Judy has never failed to keep her viewers up-to-date and informed.
But there's more to Judy than just her news and on-air programs that we see on TV. Her personal life tells us that she's a fighter, and her will and strength to face anything has led her to be the woman she is today.
The couple has celebrated their silver jubilees and has been happily married for 37 long years. The duo tied knots in a private ceremony amidst close friends and families so the details of their wedding
The duo tied knots in a private ceremony amidst close friends and families so the details of their wedding have not been published on the web.
Judy Woodruff holding hands with husband Al on the red carpet, Source: Getty Images
The match made in heaven, hence, can be regarded as one of the ideal couples in the news industry and they deserve huge respect from all of us.
Al and Judy have three children: One son born with spina bifida
This obviously made the young parents pretty stressed. If you don' know what Spina bifida is then it is a birth defect where there is an incomplete closing of the backbone and membranes around the spinal cord.
Judy Woodruff taking care of son, Jeffrey with husband, Source: Getty Images
So, now we know that it's an incurable genetic defect, we can only imagine how shattered and heartbroken Judy and Al felt when they first found out about this.
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Here's a video of Jody Woodruff's interview talking about her journey as a reporter in the industry.
All in all, Judy Woodruff is one of the powerful and most inspiring women in the history of American News industry and along with her husband Al Hunt has motivated us all to never give up and keep doing what we love.