Daniel Kendall and Megyn Kelly got divorced, and she later married Douglas Brunt.
The former Today Show host is best recognized for her work in broadcasting, although her second husband is a writer and a former CEO of a digital company.
Who is Megyn Kelly’s husband, Douglas Brunt?
Douglas Brunt is a Philadelphia-born American novelist, podcaster, and former tech executive who was born on August 25, 1971.
Doug started working for the cyber security firm Authentium in 2001 after receiving his degree from Duke University.
Up until 2011, he served as the company’s president and CEO.
He sold the company to Commtouch, which is now Cyren Inc., in that year.
Doug’s debut book, Ghosts of Manhattan, was recognized as a New York Times bestseller in 2012.
Doug and Megyn Kelly got married on March 1st, 2008.
In Huntington, New York, at Oheka Castle, they exchanged vows.
“It didn’t come down to a moment,” Megyn told The New York Times.
The former Today Show host said of her marriage to Doug: “Our hobbies, our sense of humor, and what we want in life all simply clicked.
I simply know in my heart that the man I am with loves me and that I adore him.
The author debuted his own SiriusXM program, Dedicated with Doug Brunt, in October 2022.
How did Megyn and Douglas meet?
Megyn and Doug first connected on a blind date arranged up by mutual friends at a tapas bar in Washington, DC.
She recalled her initial thoughts of Doug: “He came across as sincere.”He leaned closer and paid close attention to what I was saying as we were speaking, the former Fox News employee remembered to the aforementioned outlet.
In addition, he is witty and has a terrific sense of humor. We both understood that something significant was taking place.
How many kids do they have?
Megyn and Doug have three children together; two sons Edward and Thatcher, as well as a daughter named Yardley.
While discussing the early years of her life as a working mother, the broadcaster explained to Glamour: “I did worry in the beginning, especially when I only had one kid, about whether I was a good mom, whether I was abandoning my duties.
“There’s no more of that, ‘Am I going to screw them up?’ I’m not.
“I see them thriving, our loving relationship is more than intact.
“We set the expectations too high for new mothers. I’m always telling women, ‘Don’t expect to not hate it.’
“You’re going to feel and look terrible and you’re going to wonder if you blew up your life.
“The cruel irony of it is, just at the time you’re loving it and you’ve got it down, you have to go back to work.”