Ainsley Earhardt is one of the brave journalists who reported on FOX News about Aaron Hernandez’s murder investigation and the death of actor James Gandolfini. She is a co-host of Fox & Friends and offers daily news, sporting events, politics, and entertainment.
She went to the scene of the live shooting of the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston and gave FOX viewers updates.
Ainsley Earhardt’s Early life
Born on 20 September 1976 as Ainsley Hayden Earhardt, Ainsley is a native of Spartanburg, South Carolina.
The TV anchor is 5 feet high and 8 inches (1.73 m) high and is American. She attended high school in Columbia in Spring Valley and lived in several places in the United States. Like New York, Florida, Texas and North Carolina.
In 1999, the FOX News journalist graduated from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism. As per wiki, Ainsley won the Young Alumni Award of the University of South Carolina. Also she won the Best Personality of the Year in Columbia Metropolitan Magazine.
Ainsley Earhardt’s Career
Ainsley began her journalism career at the age of 24. She worked as a local reporter at CBS 19 affiliated with WLTX- TV in Columbia, South Carolina. In 2005, she received an offer in CBS 5 affiliated with KENS-TV in San Antonio. There she worked in morning shows for nearly a year and a half. Ainsley moved to New York, where in 2007 she joined FOX News.
After arriving at FOX News in New York, the young alumni journalist from the University of South Carolina worked as a reporter for FNC. She covered major stories such as the Sichuan earthquake in 2008, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010 and the EF5 tornado in Okla in 2013.
The 266th sovereign of the Vatican City State, Pope Francis’ visit to New York City, was also broadcast live by Ainsley.
In 2013, FOX News named Ainsley as the joint host of the Fox & Friends First program of FNC. She came to the studio from 5 a.m. to 6 a.m. and served as a co-host until 2016.
The award-winning journalist joined Fox & Friends and co-hosted Brian Kilmeade and Steve Doocy during the weekdays from six to nine in the morning.
Ainsley is a
Ainsley Earhardt’s Net worth and salary
Ainsley Earhardt, 42, raised a net value of 6 million dollars from her career as an American broadcaster. Her annual salary as Fox & Friends co-
Apart from her journalism career, she also a writer and has written a children’s book entitled Take Heart My Child; the book has led New York Times bestseller in the category of picture books. It has also made a significant contribution to her net worth, but its net value has not been linked to a specific amount.
Ainsley Earhardt’s Personal life
The first marriage of
On 6 November 2015, she gave birth to a girl. After six years of marriage, Proctor filed a divorce application in October 2018 after