Harris Faulkner is an American newscaster and television host who has been associated with Fox News since 2005.
She is the anchor of the daytime news program “Outnumbered Overtime with Harris Faulkner” and co-anchor of “Outnumbered”. Besides her professional life, Harris has a fascinating personal life too.
Harris Faulkner’s Husband
Harris Faulkner is married to Tony Berlin, a media consultant, and former WCCO-TV reporter. The couple got married on April 12, 2003, and has been together ever since. Tony is also a co-founder of Berlin Media Relations, a media training and consulting firm based in New York City. Harris and Tony share a strong bond, and their relationship is an inspiration for many.
Harris Faulkner’s Children
Harris Faulkner has two daughters, Bella and Danika, with her husband, Tony Berlin. Bella was born in 2007, and Danika was born in 2010. Harris is a loving and caring mother who takes time out of her busy schedule to spend quality time with her daughters. She often shares pictures and videos of her daughters on social media, giving her fans a glimpse into her personal life.
Harris Faulkner’s Siblings
Harris Faulkner has an older brother named Bruce, who served in the military and is a retired United States Air Force Lieutenant Colonel. Bruce is married to his wife, Dana, and has two children. Harris and Bruce share a close bond, and she often talks about him during her broadcasts.
Harris Faulkner’s Parents
Harris Faulkner was born to a military family. Her father, Bob Harris, served in the United States Army, and her mother, Shirley Harris, worked as a nurse. Harris has often spoken about how her parents instilled in her the values of hard work, discipline, and perseverance. She credits her parents for her success and the person she is today.