American journalist Poppy Harlow confessed; no matter how busy she becomes in her profession, family always comes first for her.  

The Minneapolis native is best known for her reporting at CNN and Poppy co-anchors the weekday 9-11am ET edition of CNN Newsroom. She was previously a business correspondent at CNN, CNN International, and HLN; an anchor for; and a Video Network anchor, reporter, and producer.

CNN’s Poppy Harlow releases a ‘Boss Files’ podcast with Executive Chairman of Ford Motor Company Bill Ford, 18 June 2018 (Photo: Poppy Harlow’s Instagram)

As of 2018, Poppy is not afraid to intertwine her motherhood alongside her career as a reporter, which has allowed her to provide news with more genuine emotions.

Poppy Harlow To Post-Partum Serena Williams: Thank you

American Professional Tennis Star Serena Williams suffered the heaviest defeat of her career in August 2017. A week after that, she courageously came out in an Instagram post where she admitted that she was struggling with "postpartum emotions". 

However, soon after on 7 August 2017, Cnn's Poppy Harlow responded to the tennis star's honesty by thanking her. She explained how Serena's post about motherhood and postpartum resonated with many mothers including Poppy herself.

She also opened up how she feels it every day but never talked about it prior to that moment. Barely holding her tears in her eyes, she continued reading Serena's heartfelt post until she finally finished it and thanked her for being the voice behind many mothers out there.

Poppy Harlow's Emmy Nominated Career, Net Worth & Salary

Poppy is a twice-Emmy nominated journalist who has won numerous industry awards, including Gracie Award for Best online investigative feature on financial fraud, and SABEW's Best in Business award for online video. Not just that, she has also made an impressive amount of net worth of $6 million. And as an anchor of CNN, she receives an average annual salary of $2 million.

Poppy started her career as an intern at CBS while she was in college and eventually became an anchor and reporter for NY1 News' Local Edition. In September 2007, Video Network hired her to cover fashion, entertainment, and business.

She got her most significant career break in 2012 when she was named a New York-based CNN correspondent. She joined the network in 2008 and served as an anchor for and reported in for CNN, CNN International and HLN.

In 2013, Poppy, a current CNN Newsroom anchor, was once criticized for appearing to have sympathy for a pair of high school football players who were convicted as rapists.

Poppy Harlow's Short Bio: Age, Ethnicity, Nationality

Poppy Harlow was born on 2 May 1982 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to parents, James Lee Harlow and Louise Baird. She belongs to American nationality and possesses white ethnicity. She is a graduate of Columbia University.

Poppy Harlow, 36, who lost her father at the age of 15, wanted to follow in his footsteps and practice law. But, things didn’t turn out that way as she landed her career in journalism.

Poppy Harlow's Married Life With Husband, Sinisa Babcic

The anchor married Sinisa Babcic on 1 September 2012 in New York.

Poppy and her husband welcomed their first baby, daughter Sienna on 11 April 2016. She announced the happy news the next day on social media by posting a beautiful picture of her.

Poppy Harlow & Husband, Sinisa Babcic Welcome Second Baby

The married duo welcomed their second baby, a son Luca James Babcic was born on 6 February 2018 in New York City, weighing 9 lbs and measuring 22 inches.

Polly took this beautiful moment to social media as well and introduced their newborn baby after two days through a mesmerizing picture of him.

CNN’s Poppy Harlow welcomes baby Luca with her husband Sinisa Babcic on 6 February 2018 (Photo: Poppy Harlow’s Instagram)

Even though Poppy has a busy career which needs so much of her time, she always puts her family first. “My kid and family come first. Then work. Then life.

Then laundry and dinner. Life is a little messier – but it is messy in the best way” confessed the mother of two.