Best known as a former executive director of Vets For Freedom, Pete Hegseth is an American politician and journalist who served as a senior counterinsurgency instructor at the Counterinsurgency Training Center in Kabul with the Minnesota National Guard in 2011–2012. As of right now, he works as a FOX News Channel’s Contributor and Senior Political Analyst.
Pete Hegseth's Personal Life
Hegseth met his first wife, Meredith Schwarz, after his graduation. The couple got married in the summer of 2004. The pair stayed together for four years till 2008. Because of Pete’s extramarital affairs, the couple decided to part ways and filed for divorce.
Subsequently, Pete bumped into his second wife, Samantha Hegseth merely a year later. The pair initially met via mutual friends and got close instantly.
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Samantha and Pete tied the knot in the spring of 2010. The wedding took place at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Washington DC.
Pete shares three children with Samantha. The first child was born prior to their marriage. Their three kids are all sons – Gunner Hegseth, Boone Hegseth, and Rex Hegseth. All three attends the Eagle Brook Church and Liberty Classical Academy.
Unfortunately, Pete cheated on his wife and she filed for a divorce in 2017.
Hegseth is currently living a happy life with his girlfriend Jennifer Rauchet. The couple shares a kid, Gweny Hegseth who was born 17 August 2017.
What is Pete Hegseth's Net Worth?
Pete Hegseth' estimated net worth is believed to be $3 million dollars. His salary amounts to more than $250 thousand dollars annually.
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Hegseth made a small fortune thanks to his career as a politician, journalist, and author.
Pete Hegseth's Wiki-Bio
Pete Hegseth was born on June 6, 1980, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. His nationality is American and he belongs to North American ethnicity. He is the son of American parents Penelope Hegseth (mother) and Brian Hegseth (father). He grew up in Forest Lake, Minnesota with his family.
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Hegseth attended Forest Lake Area High School in Forest Lake, Minnesota. He later pursued Bachelor of Arts from Princeton University in 2003.