Megyn Marrie Kelly was born in 1970 in Syracuse, Network, U.S. She is a journalist, former attorney, news pundit and political commentator on Fox News channel. She is the daughter of a home maker named Linda and a professor Edward Kelly. Her father died when she was 15 years old. She first married Daniel Kendall, an anesthesiologist on September 29, 2001. She has three children but not from Kendall.
Kelly's first marriage ended in divorce in 2006. And on March 1, 2008 she married Douglas Brunt, President and CEO of Authentium who later on became full time novelist. Her all three children are from her second husband Brunt. She started her school in Italy and in the age of 9 her family moved to Albany, Network and attended Bethlehem central High School there. She pursued and undergraduate degree in political science later on. She started her career in law as Associate in the Chicago Office of Law Firm.
When she moved to Washington D.C. and worked in WJLA TV as a general assignment reporter. Then she applied for Fox news channel and hosted many programmers like Kelly's Court and America Live, Kelly File etc. She has interviewed Jim Bob Duggar and Michelle Duggar whose son Josh Duggar alleged five girls molestation in 2002.
She has a net worth of $15 million and her annual salary is $6 million.
gave birth to first child
Megyn Kelly gave birth to her first child at age 38. Her first son named Edward Yates Brunt on Sep 25, 2009. The child's father is her second husband Douglas Brunt. Later on at age 40 she gave birth to her second child.Edit
US Presedential election
Kelly got the public attention for her coverage of the result of the 2012 presidential election. On November 6, 2012 the night of the election Fox News projected that Obama will win a second term after part of the result has been released.Edit
most influential people
In 2014, Megyn Kelly is taken as one of the 100 most influential people in the world and The Time Magazine is responsible for listing her. In the same year her grandmother named Nana, turner 99. She hosts Kelly File on weekdays.Edit
Kelly was one of the moderators of the first Ohio Republican Party Presidential Debate. Her work was well received by Television critics and others. She asked presidential candidate Donald Trump to defend comments he has made about women.Edit