American TV host and anchor Bret Baier is best known as the host on Fox News Channel’s Special Report with Bret Baier. Also a married man, he is currently married to wife Amy Halls Baier, and they have been married since 2004.
The pair also has two children together, but the parents also had to go through a lot because of their first child's health issues.
Here, we are going to share some information about his marital life with wife Amy Baier and their children.
Bret Baier and Amy Baier Have Been Married Since 2004
Baier is currently married to wife Amy Baier, who is the vice chair of Children’s National Hospital Foundation. The couple is very outspoken about their relationship, and they shared that they met each other during a blind date in September 2001.
According to the couple, their friends set a blind date for them as they thought that they were perfect for each other. And the assumption was indeed accurate. They went on a double date at a Rolling Stones concert, and just three years after they went on their first date, they got married to each other on 9th October 2004.
During an interview, Amy revealed that she is a daddy’s girl, pampered by her father and three brothers and that she found her future husband to be the best man for her, and he sure is.
It has been more than 13 years since they first got married and their relationship is healthier than ever. They can still be seen together at numerous events, and the happy husband also loves to share pictures of his wife on his Instagram page and other socials.
Additionally, there are also no rumors about the couple splitting or getting a divorce which makes their marriage even better.
Bret Baier and Amy Baier’s Two Children
The couple had their first child, a son, Paul Francis Baier on 29th June 2007, three years after they tied the knot.
Currently 11-years-old, young Paul looked very healthy as a newborn but as time passed by nurses noticed that he was getting yellow and it was diagnosed that their first child had an erratic heartbeat with two holes in his heart and had additional three congenital disabilities.
He would not have made other 24 hours without surgery, and fortunately, he underwent an eight-hour-long open heart surgery which went perfectly. The young fellow is completely fine now and living to his fullest. But throughout the years, he will still have to go through other open heart surgeries for a better life.
Because of the traumatic experience, the parents had to go through, they are currently helping in raising awareness of the problems.
Moving along, their second child, Daniel Bret Baire was born on 7th July 2010, three years after the birth of their first child. Currently 8-years-old, Daniel is a healthy child and living his life to the fullest with his brother.