Fredricka Whitfield Hot, Legs and Feet
Posted On: 11 Jun, 2014
|Date of Birth||May 31, 1965|
|Age||51 Years 10 Month(s)|
|Net Worth||$3 Million (approx.)|
|Height||6 feet 2 inches|
Fedricka Whitfield, born on May 31, 1965, is a news anchor for CNN who now serves the channel as a host of CNN Newsroom weekend daytime edition.
Her husband name is John Guell, ex Director of Photography at the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Although the exact date of their marriage is not known, what everybody knows is that, the married couple has 3 kids together. January 2005 was the year when their first baby as a son was born and November 2012 was the year when Fedricka gave birth to fraternal twins. Fedricka and John are happy with each other and their past achievements. Therefore, they are less likely to get a divorce.
49 years old CNN veteran news anchor, Fedricka, is a goddess in terms of facial expressions, sizzling physique, and her goofy smile. In terms of height, she is 6 feet and 2 inches tall with long shapely legs. When she was on her 20's and 30's, she was considered one of the most sexy news anchors in America. In terms of body measurements, she is a sensation with perfect body measurement size of 36-24-36.In terms of ethnicity, she belongs to category white because she was born and raised in USA by her white parents.
Her father is a very famous man in American Sports. He is no other than Mal Whitfield, who holds an amazing achievement of being double winner of 800 m at the Olympic Games. Mal has African-American ancestry where Fedricka’s mother ethnicity is white. Now, stating her race, she is a biracial.
The couple married life has seen it’s up and downs but the couple are still together since their almost 10 decades old wedding day. On top of that, even though she is 49 years old of age, she looks like a woman on her 30’s.
The rumor about Fedricka getting pregnant recently in the year 204 is a hoax. Being a mother of 3 children and working at the same time, she has managed to give time to everything weather that be her professional life or personal one.
It’s no wonder many people follow her in social networking sites like twitter to get information and pictures about what she is recently covering.
Before joining CNN, she worked for NBC news (1995-2001) as a Atlanta-based correspondent for NBC Nightly News. While at NBC, she also worked for other news program such as The Today Show as a reporter/anchor. Before NBC, she served in different on-screen positions for WPLG-TV’s News Channel 8 , KTVR-TV , WTNH, and WCIV.
Her first job was reporter/ morning anchor at WCIV in South Carolina. WCIV hired her after she completed her study from the Howard College. Because of her experience of working as news anchor for the college radio station WHBC, the WCIV management team hired her. In her long professional career, she covered many stories from presidential election to natural disasters. In fact, the George Peabody award she got in 2005 for covering the Hurricane Katrina live and for covering the hurricane’s effect on the affected citizens is a perfect example of her hard work paying up so well. She also won Ebony award for outstanding women in marketing and communications in the same year. On top of that, she is the winner of 2007 Emmy award for outstanding live coverage of breaking news story.
More wiki about her can be found in Wiikipedia's biography on her.