Christine Romans' married life looked to be on the verge of a breakdown after rumors about her divorce started doing rounds on the internet. The Iowa native, however, had not a thing or two to say about the rumored impending divorce from her husband.

The 47-year-old is the Chief Business Correspondent for CNN. Her dashing looks and polished news anchoring made her an instant favorite among the viewers of the channel. In addition to working as a business correspondent, she anchors Early Start on weekdays and Your Money in the weekends for CNN.

Work Hours: Christine presenting her weekend business show Your Money (Photo: CNN)

After graduating from Iowa University, Christine spent an extended period in France as a part of a foreign student exchange program. 

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Stellar Career Results In Impressive Salary & Net Worth

Before joining CNN, she worked for various media outlets: The Des Moines Register, Reuters and Knight-Ridder Financial News in Chicago.

Her show, Street Sweep on the now folded CNNfn caught the attention of CNN executives, which led to her being hired as a network reporter. The American National began working for CNN in 1999, mostly covering from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

She won an Emmy for her contribution on Exporting America -- a show highlighting the outsourcing of American missions overseas.

Apart from her career on the TV, she has also authored four books all focused on making money: Smart Is The New Rich(2010), How To Speak Money: The Language And Money You Need To Know(2011), Smart Is The New Rich: Money Guidelines For Millennials(2015) and How To Speak Money(2016).

The media personality's net worth is believed to be somewhere around $4 million. She reportedly commands $400K a year in salary from her association with CNN. Her lucrative book deal and salary from CNN are primary contributors for her net worth.

Christine Romans On Covering Business News

On 3 December 2018, Christine covered her bit of CNN Business morning news update. She let out that, on a trade truce, US president Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping had put a pause in their war of trade. The US would be holding off on raising tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods from 10% to 25% on 1 January 2018.

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In exchange, China agreed on purchasing a substantial amount of agriculture, energy, and other goods from the US to help reduce the trade imbalance. The two countries have come to the countdown of 90 days to make progress.

She covered another bit about the Dow closing up to 200 points and the S&P to 500 points with the NASDAQ both closing up to 1%.

And it was made clear that New York Stock Exchange would be observing a moment of silence on 3 December and will close on 5 December 2018 to honor the memory of former US President, George HW Bush, who passed away on 30 November 2018 at the age of 94.

European Roots & More Details About Her Family

Born on July 31, 1971, the news anchor is the eldest of four children. Tweeting to her 34K followers on 11 January 2018, Christine’s divulged her family’s history where she explained that her family migrated to the US from Norway and settled at Iowa.

After graduating from high school, she enrolled at Iowa University in 1996. Her majors included Journalism and French Literature.

Immediately after the completion of her graduation, she joined the Reuters. Christine's brief stint at Reuters proved fruitful as she met her future husband, Ed Tobin working for the famed news outlet. Ed was one of the top-ranked news editors at the Reuters. 

The whereabouts and date of their wedding have remained a private affair, but what has been revealed is that Christine and her husband have three beautiful kids. With the couple seemingly living a blissful family life away from the prying eyes of paparazzi, the news of their rumored divorced came as a surprise to the public.

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Christine Refuses To Address Divorce Rumor

In July 2015 various new reports put forward the notion that Christine and her husband, Ed might be getting a divorce citing conflicting schedules and hectic workload. They further claimed that Christine and her husband had their issues with each other's work in raising up the kids properly, which had led the couple to take a decision on their married life. 

Smiles To Frame: Christine's husband, Ed Tobin smiles for a photo-op (Photo: Ed's Twitter)

However, the CNN persona has refused to be drawn to the rumors about her divorce. SHe has neither denied the rumors nor accepted the claims. 

She seems to be enjoying her family perk with kids as evidenced by her twitter post in 2017 where she posted a picture with loads of Oreos and repented her decision to take her kids to the shopping mall without mentioning her husband. 

With Christine maintaining her silence, it could be a bit longer until the truth about her divorce gets to the news.