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Ainsley Earhardt

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Date of Birth 1976-9-20
Nationality American
Profession Journalist
Working for Fox News Channel
Ethnicity White
Marital Status Married
Married to Will Proctor
Married on October 13, 2013
Education Bachelor's in Journalism
Education at University of South Carolina
Name on Birth Ainsley Hayden Earhardt
Height 5'8"
Weight 53 Kg
Place of Birth Spartanburg, South Carolina
Awards Young Alumni Award by the University of South Carolina
Measurements 35-24-36 inches
Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Blue

Ainsley Earhardt is a gorgeous American journalist who was born on September 20, 1976. Her full name is Ainsley Hayden Earhardt. She is currently working as the anchor and correspondent for the Fox News Channel (FNC) based in New York. She first joined the FOX network in the year 2007. She is the reporter for FOX’s Hannity and also has her own segment Ainsley Across America. She co-hosted Fox and Friends, Fox and Friends Weekend, America’s News Headquarter, FOX’s All-American New Year’s Eve and many more. She has also served as a panelist on The Live Desk and has made appearances on Red Eye.

Ainsley was born as the middle child in Spartanburg, South Carolina and moved with her family to Charlotte, North Carolina. She spent her early childhood there and moved back to Columbia, South Carolina while she was still in elementary school. She attended and graduated from Spring Valley High School in 1995. On completing her high school, she went to Florida State University majoring in biology with a leadership and academy scholarship. She then made a different career choice and transferred to University of South Carolina to pursue a degree in journalism. She graduated from the university in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism. She was a member of sorority Alpha Delta Pi and was inducted into four honor societies. She was a very bright student and did exceptionally well at college and was an all-rounder. She was elected to the University’s Homecoming Court and was the winner of Caroliniana Creed Award based in leadership, personality and character.

She started off as a reporter in 2000 for WLTX-News 19 in Columbia, South Carolina, the local CBS station, even before she graduated. She was voted the Best Personality of the Year by the Columbia Metropolitan Magazine. She worked there for 4 yours and moved to San Antonio, Texas to anchor the weekday newscasts for Eyewitness News This Morning and Eyewitness News at Noon for KENS-TV, in 2005. Then in 2007, she moved to New York City and started working or the Fox News Channel. The same year she received Young Alumni Award by the University of South Carolina’s and was named school of Journalism and Mass Communication’s 2007 ‘Outstanding Young Alumna’. She has not yet been fired from her job, there was no need for it as she gave her best to anything she was doing.

Ainsley is a married woman. She was engaged to and later married a former professional football player, Will Proctor, on October 13, 2012. It has often been said that she was married earlier and had a divorce too. Her marriage to husband Will is going strong and from the looks of it they are living a happy married life. Divorce is out of the way for long time and she has a great career to focus on.

The hot news reporter has a great personality and a good figure with the perfect hourglass shape. She stands tall at the height of 5 feet and 8 inches and has maintained her weight of 53 kg. She flaunts her curvaceous, buxom body in deep cut, formal dresses that reveal her cleavage and long legs. The blond haired beauty has the captivating ability to keep the viewers glued to the TV screen and can make them forget to blink their eyes. FNC pays hers a good amount as salary for the hard work she puts in. She has not only garnered fame and fortune but also has a good number of fans, followers and admirers. They get to know her better through the various social media sites she uses like Facebook, Twitter, and others. Her detailed bio is available on the wiki and the FNC’s official website.