Before 2016, Prim's love life was a matter of talking point in the media but with the turn of 2016 her love life was revealed in the media. In the early 2016, she got engaged to love of her life Ben Michael Aronson and promised to get married soon. Her nationality is American and she has mixed ethnicity. She has an average height.
When Prim was aged 4, she began taking dancing, swimming, gymnastics, and piano classes. Three years later, she also became involved in ballet and tennis. When she was aged 10, she established herself as a skilled player in tennis. At the age of 12, she moved to Tampa, Florida with her mother and there elevated her skills. There she got enrolled at Saddlebrook Preparatory School and was trained by Jennifer Capriati, Andy Roddick, Martina Hingis and Mardy Fish. After her high school, she won a full scholarship to attend Duke University. There she was also active in The Duke Blue Devils Tennis team and when she was in her senior year, this team won the Indoor National Championship. During her late teens, she suffered two stress fractures in her back and this created a problem in her tennis career. While she was in Duke University, she majored in sociology. There she also had a minor in biological anthropology and anatomy. She finally graduated from there in 2003 and then she joined WRAL-TV as an intern. In 2004, she was seen in among several contestants trying out for the show Dream Job. This show was aired in ESPN. In 2007, she was hired by CBS-4 in Miami and she began serving them as a sports reporter. In the early 2011, she joined ESPN as an anchor. She also works on ESPN radio and does tennis analyst. Her net worth is unknown.