Kaylee Hartung Family- Husband & Children
Kaylee Hartung not married and probably breathing single at the moment. She is a quite private nature person and has remained tight-lipped in sharing her life details and never opens her the things of her heart to media, events, and fans.
Kaylee Hartung’s trying to hide about her personal life, we have come to know that, she is willing to date someone in near days and she would enjoy the company if he is a sports personnel.
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- Marital status: Unmarried
Talking to her early life, 32, Kaylee Hartung was born on November 7, 1985, in Baton, Rouge, Louisiana, United States.
Despite the fact that she has maintained a pretty secretive family life, it is known that, when she was 10, her father died in plane crash at an air show in Lafayette, who was a pilot. She posted an old photo with a memory of her father, enjoying swimming on June 15, 2014.
Raised in Baton Rouge Louisiana, Kaylee Hartung attained an Espicol High School and completed her high school in 2003 from there.
After she knew that she wanted to be journalist in the future, she eventually got enrolled in Washington and Lee University and earned her Bachelor degree of Arts in Journalism and Politics, in 2007.
Kaylee Hartung Body Measurements- Height and Weight
Kaylee Hartung standing at the height of 5 feet 2 inches has well maintained her weight with measurements of 34-25-35 inches.
She is considered as one of the gorgeous journalists in the field with a significant number of followers on her official Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook page.
- Height: 5 feet 2 inches (157 cm)
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- Body measurements: 34-25-35 inches
She looks appealing whenever she appears on the television screen with her courageous outfits and light make-up.
Blessed with the pretty face and gorgeous smile with the dimple, she possesses wavy light brown hair and a set of brown eyes which defines her beautiful on-air charisma.
Kaylee Hartung - CNN
Kaylee Hartung, crawling to fulfill the dream to stand up as a journalist, she served for the CBS in politics section right after her graduation.
She started her career as an assistant to Bob Schieffer, to whom she helped for the preparation of Schieffer’s 2008 presidential debates and covered the campaign in 2008 and 2012.
After that, she eventually turned into a collaborated producer of CBS ‘Face the Nation’ which is a Sunday public concern show.
She contributed for CBSNews.com for 5 years as a reporter for the daily show ‘Washington Unplugged’ and she was also featured as a host for ‘Unplugged Under 40’.
Later, she worked in ESPN as a sports anchor, covering college football playoffs, major college football leagues, basketball tournaments, making interviews and as a host in SportsCenter, before preceding to CNN.
Her final event for ESPN was the NCAA Women's Division I Tournament Regional Final game between Mississippi State and Baylor on March 26, 2017, to which she announced on Twitter on March 27, 2017.
During her ESPN, she also contributed to SEC Network and Longhorn Network, where she featured different live events and continued her journey on SportsCenter.
She reported on the death of Vanderbilt University baseball pitcher Donny Everett and the flooding, in 2016.
After ESPN she moved to CNN network in April 2017, where she works as a news correspondent, covered the active hurricane season of 2017, including Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Nate, reported various on-going issues.