Christine Romans Hot, Legs and Feet
Posted On: 31 Mar, 2014
|Date of Birth||January 31, 1971|
|Age||46 Years 1 Month(s)|
|Net Worth||Not Disclosed|
|Height||5 feet 7 inches|
Christine Romans (born January 31, 1971) is a correspondent and anchor for CNN, and also an author. She previously worked for Reuters and Knight-Ridder Financial news.
She is Chief Business Correspondent for CNN, and a host of the weekend business TV show ‘Your Money’. She is from Iowa and graduated from Iowa state University of journalism and mass communication in 1993.
She is a permanent television presenter of CNN news of United States of America. Her anchoring styles and her beautiful, charming face has earned her some admirers.
Her viewers love to see her on television. Also, Romans reports on the economy, politics and international business for CNN's morning shows. She is the author of two books: how to speak money and Smart is the new rich.
She is famous with her friend group by her perfect as well as hot legs and feet. Currently, she is at the age of 41 and has the height of 5'7.(approx.) She is married to Reuters editor Ed Tobin, and the couple has three children.
The couples share the same profession. She is leading a blissful family life as now. She is happy with where she is professionally and personally. She looks cool in the bikini; she outfits and has the boobs size of 36".
She's got a pretty and a smiley face. She is extremely camera friendly, and she looks great and sexy in pictures. She always knew she wanted a career in media and opted for the course that complimented her desire.
Romans coverage focuses on the latest breaking developments in the current economic crises and what they mean to Americans and their money. She is known for her "Romans' Numeral" segment where she deconstructs complex stories and explains what they mean for the viewer.
When President Obama talks about the economic crisis and the road ahead, CNN relies on Christine Romans for her perspective and instant analysis of the administration's efforts to rescue the American economy.
Reporting on, among other issues, the bank crisis, the AIG bailout, the intricacies of the derivative markets and the economic stimulus and its effect on American wallets, Romans brings an award-winning career in business reporting.
Roman's joined CNN business news in 1999, spending several years reporting from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Romans' was the anchor of CNNfn's Street Sweep tracking the markets boom through the late 1990s to the economy's uphill battle after the Sept.11 attacks.
In addition, she led CNN's coverage of the first democratic elections in Iraq's history from CNN Center in Atlanta. She contributed to CNN's award-winning coverage of Hurricane Rita in 2005 and reported during the funeral events for President Ford.
She also received an Emmy Award in 2004 for her work on "Exporting America”, into the impact of globalization on U.S workers.