Fox's Peter Doocy Happily Married To Hillary Vaughn — Into His Personal Life and Net Worth
- Date of Birth Jul 21, 1987
- Age 34 Years, 2 Months
- Nationality American
- Profession Reporter
- Career 2009–present
- Relationship Status Married
- Net Worth Not Disclosed
- Ethnicity/Race White
- Father Steve Doocy
- Mother Kathy Gerrity
- Sister/s Mary Doocy, Sally Doocy
- College Villanova University
- Height/ How Tall? 6 feet 5 inches
- Hair Short
- Hair Color Brown
- Eye Color Blue
- Children/Kids Not Yet
- Wife/Spouse Hillary Vaughn
- Wedding Date April 2021
- Siblings 2
- Birth Place Washington, D.C., United States
American journalist Peter Doocy and his wife Hillary Vaughn said "I do" in front of 18 guests at Montage Palmetto Bluff in South Carolina in April 2021.
Hillary is a Los Angeles based correspondent for FOX News Channel and FOX Business Network.
Peter confirmed his marriage with Hillary on 26th April, posting a beautiful picture with his wife from the wedding day through Instagram. "She said “I DOocy”," he captioned the picture.
On the same day, Doocy's father, Steve Doocy, also opened about his son's wedding and shared adorable pictures while being on-air on Fox & Friends show.
Steve stated that Peter's wedding was first scheduled for January 2021, but they had to reschedule it due to the COVID-19 situation.
And it was the same reason why they could only invite close friends and family members, making a total of 18 guests at the wedding.
Steve, a television host, further shared that he was the bridegroom's best man, and therefore, he gave the speech, too.
All that being said, the newlywed couple is yet to disclose how they were together before getting married.
Brief Bio About Peter
Peter was born to parents Steve and Kathy Gerrity in New Jersey, United States, on June 21, 1987. He grew up together with two siblings.
Peter enjoys Mother's day 2018 with his family at the Intracoastal Waterway. (Photo: Steve Doocy's Instagram)
He stands very tall at a towering height of 6 feet 5 inches (1.9 meters).
The Fox News' White House correspondent attended Villanova University in Philadelphia and, inspired by his father, worked as a Pennsylvania Sports Arena reporter for Fox News.
He began his career as a general assignment reporter for Fox News Channel in 2009. He covered various news stories in the channel, including the Midwest flood in 2011, Hurricane Sandy, and the Presidential Elections in 2008 and 2012.
His remarkable moment in his career was the exclusive TV interview with former Navy SEAL Robert O'Neill, who killed Osama bin Laden in May 2012. That special report earned the highest ratings of any documentary in the history of Fox News Channel.
Peter also worked as a substitute anchor in the morning talk show Fox & Friends in 2015.
Over the years, the journalist has not just gained fame from his profession but also earned an attractive amount of salary. As he has been associated with Fox News for nearly a decade, he receives a handsome paycheck from the network.
Gay Rumors in the Past
In November 2013, when Peter's relationship status was confined, he made a tweet back supporting the American Senate of passing gay marriage legislation.
re: HI Senate passing gay marriage legislation, POTUS: "I've always been proud to have been born in HI & today's vote makes me even prouder" — Peter Doocy (@pdoocy) November 12, 2013
He stated that he supported President Obama's ruling allowing gay marriages and was happy to have voted for him.
This led his followers to start professing him as gay. Since he preferred to stay private about his personal life, then people started assuming more. But that is not true, as we now know that he is married to a woman.