William G. Bumpus is a Connecticut Assistant Attorney General and famed as the ex-husband of the CBS News morning show CBS This Morning co-anchor Gayle King.
William Bumpus born as William G. Bumpus is a Native British, raised in his hometown Greenwich along with his family members. Bumpus was hardworking and serious in the study, since his childhood.
He attended the local school in Greenwich. Further, William joined Central Connecticut State University after which William Bumpus studied at the Yale Law School and earned a degree in Law.
After graduation, William Bumpus served as an assistant attorney in Connecticut. After a year at Connecticut, he started working as an ordinary lawyer. Eventually, he succeeded to become one of the major Lawyers in Connecticut.
William Bumpus rose to fame only after his relationship with his ex-wife Gayle King. His then-wife King is co-anchor of CBS' This Morning, who appears alongside Charlie Rose, Bianna Golodryga, and Erica Hill. Besides an anchor, Gayle King is also an editor-at-large for O and The Oprah Magazine.
The couple got married in 1982 after some years of dating. The couple shares 2 children: a son William Bumpus Jr and a daughter Kirby Bumpus. However, they divorced after eleven years of marriage in 1993.
According to the source, Gayle found that her husband was cheating on her with another woman and after 26 years, he apologized to his former wife in July 2016.
Currently, William Bumpus assumed to be single as there is no recent updated regarding his current affairs and girlfriends.
William Bumpus' ex-wife has a net worth of around $20 million, however, his net worth as of 2018 is under review which is assumed to be of around 6 digit figures. owing to William's secretive nature we have very less information in context to William Bumpus life as well as his net worth.