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Have you ever wondered how long does it take to find love?
Can you be gay if you’re a politics nerd who loves sports? (See also: Nate Silver, the star statistician who now has his own slice of the ESPN empire.) You can, in the same way you can be gay if you’re a muscular dude like Thomas Roberts who never looks out of place talking current affairs with resident MSNBC man’s man Joe Scarborough.
Or if you’re a glamorous morning show star like Robin Roberts, whose audience on ABC largely consists of Middle American housewives.
He has been in two celebrity relationships averaging approximately 5.9 years each.
Well, Kristen Welker- the White House correspondent for NBC News knows the feeling of long await the most, and finally she got married to her marketing director husband, John Hughes. The wedding ceremony was organized at the Hyatt hotel in The Bellevue, Philadelphia.The ceremony was attended by famous personalities including Chuck Todd, Andrea Mitchell, Kelly O’Donnell, Chris Jansing, CNBC’s Aditi Roy, contrast executive David Cohen and FNC’s Ed Henery.Caption: Kristen Welker and John Hughes sharing a wedding kiss on their wedding day on March 4, 2017.But there is a saying, ‘everything happens for a reason.' Maybe the reason behind her failed relationships was to meet the perfect guy in her early 40s.Our beloved Kristen is finally married, and we couldn’t be happier.