Life is all about finding a perfect balance between work, friends, and family, and Vivian Salama, the wife of husband Joe Salama, is someone who has been capable of maintaining that balance. When it comes to fetching reports from the Middle East and other war-torn regions, Vivian Salama's contributions and bravery cannot be underestimated.
Vivian Salama is currently serving as a White House correspondent for the associated press who reports on issues relating to foreign policy and national security. Let us take some time to learn more about the brave reporter along with the details of her married life, family, and his children.
Vivian Salama has basically known her husband Joe Salama her entire life. It's a classic case of childhood friends falling in love with each other and getting married.
She is a mysterious woman who likes keeping her private life away from the prying eyes of the media and public. Thus, the date and other details about their marital life haven't been disclosed yet.
Vivian and Joe Salama are happily married and their relationship is going pretty strong as no news about them having any marital problems has ever come up. There is no possibility of them getting divorced. Vivian often posts photos of her love in her social media showing her innate and unconditional love for him.
Vivian and her husband, Joe, are blessed with two children, both sons, namely George Salama and Michael Salama.
Talking about her family, both her parents are deceased. Her mother, Charlotte Georges Farag passed away on 3rd November 2013, at the age of 85 in Cairo, Egypt, whereas her father passed away when she was just a child.
On September 15, 2015, she gave a heartfelt tribute to her grandparents on the occasion of Grandparents' Day.
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These whippersnappers met only twice in the Egyptian town of Fayyum before their wedding day in 1935. Hanem, who was only 16 and had turned down other suitors, later said her first thought was that Farag was too short. But he was already a successful businessman in Cairo, and she liked his face and smile, so she accepted his proposal. Neither of them are with us today, but they are survived by 8 kids, 16 grandkids, and soon-to-be 24 great grandchildren, all of whom reside in the US and Canada. Happy Grandparents' Day. #grandparentsday #grandparents #egypt #vintage #family #history #love #everydaymiddleeast #everydyegypt #zamaan #fromthearchives
Vivian has two sisters in her family named Rosette Attia and Venise Fayez who reside in UK and Egypt respectively.
We are hopeful that the married couple keeps on enjoying their relationship. Also, we wish their children all the best for their future.