MARCUS Richardson has been married to CNN commentator Abby Phillip for three years.
The couple revealed in March of 2021 that Phillip is expecting their first child.
Who is CNN reporter Abby Phillip’s husband Marcus Richardson?
Marcus Richardson worked as a managing consultant at a web and mobile app security company in Virginia at the time of their 2018 wedding, according to The New York Times.
He graduated from Florida State University, according to The Times, and served as a squadron commander in the Gulf War from 1990 to 1991.
Richardson and Phillip met at a party in Washington, DC.
They tied the knot on May 26, 2018, at a historic home and museum in Washington, according to The Times.
The couple has been together for about a decade.
“Look, if you’re in this business, you can’t do it without someone who is flexible, because your life is just a mess,” Phillip told E! Online.
“It’s unpredictable, it’s busy, it’s ever-changing. And he’s just always like, ‘What do you need? How can I help you?’
“I remember one of our first dates – we were supposed to meet up and I left my wallet at home and I was an hour and a half late.
“He just waited and wasn’t pissed off. I swear to God, I knew then.”
What did Phillip say about her pregnancy?
CNN’s Abby Phillip revealed in a cover story for The Cut that she is expecting their first child.
“[We] are having a baby girl this summer!” she added on Instagram.
“I shot this cover then I was 4 months pregnant and I can’t wait to be able to tell my baby girl that she was on the cover a magazine.
“There are just no words.”
Phillip, who hosts CNN’s Inside Politics on Sunday mornings, discussed the challenges of her pregnancy with Gayle King in The Cut.
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“The experience of pregnancy has only made me become more in awe of what we as women are able to endure,” she said.
“It was tough: battling morning sickness while balancing a demanding job with long, unpredictable hours.
“But it has been a reminder of what I am capable of – and what so many women do every day.”