Catherine Herridge is a Canada-born American Chief Intelligence correspondent best known for hosting the Fox News Channel's Saturday edition of Weekend Live.
She has been in a marital relationship with her husband Jeff Miller and the couple are living a happy married life together. Let's find more about the personal life of the journalist. Stay tuned.
As we mentioned earlier, Catherine Herridge is a married woman. She has been married to Catherine Herridge and husband Jeff Hiller, who is an American actor by profession.
The couple tied the knot in a beautiful wedding ceremony on March 13, 2004. The nuptials was attended by the bride and groom's closest friends and family members.
It's unknown when, where and how exactly Catherine and Jeff met for the first time and started an affair, but according to some online sources, the couple dated for a long time before they tied the knot in 2004.
It's been more than 14 years since Catherine Herridge got married to Jeff Hiller and the couple is blessed with two children and both are sons. The names of their sons are Peter Herridge and Jamie Herridge.
The family has gone through a very difficult time. Sources reported on June 6, 2006, that Peter was diagnosed with cancer called biliary atresia. He was diagnosed with the disease since his birth.
The diseases infected his bile ducts that ultimately caused liberal damage to his major body function. As every parents, Catherine and Jeff were also very much terrified when this came across the situation.
The couple was busy finding a reliable donor for their child but as the search for a suitable donor was consuming a lot of time, Catherine decided to donate a portion of her liver to her son and the necessity was a liver transplant.
Caption: Catherine Herridge with her husband and son
There is no doubt that the love of a mom towards her child is unconditional. It never lessens no matter what and the sacrifice that the mom made to give her baby a new life is a true example of it. She did such a heroic act and saved her baby boy.
T. Later mother Catherine herself decided to be the donor for her son to save him.
Caption: Catherine with her son Peter after three years of surgery
Thanks to the proud mom, Peter is doing very well now. The family is now living happily together.
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