Elise leads a happily married life with her husband, Mike Hogan, and their baby daughter Mary Clyde. The pair tied the knot on September 22, 2017, four years after Jordan lost her first husband, Michael Hastings, in a car accident. 

Her Wedding and New Home

In September 2017, Jordan married Hogan at a wedding attended by family, friends, and most importantly their favorite corgi, Bobby Sneakers. The pair used Jordan's late father's classic red 1983 Mercedes as the wedding getaway car. 


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Thereon, they started living in their New York apartment.

In 2019, the duo bought a vacation home in Sag Harbor, Long Island. Jordan finalized the deal without missing a beat — the 1850s farmhouse with a pool, carriage house, and pool house seemed like a dream beach house. It would also be an ideal place to drive her father's Mercedes that she calls a "beach car."

After a four-month renovation with help from the Brooklyn-based interior designer Michelle R. Smith, the house turned into a perfect weekend hideaway. Jordan and her husband spend quality time in their Sag Harbor escape.

Hogan is the digital director for Vanity Fair.


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Welcomed a Daughter in 2020

The MSNBC's political analyst gave birth to her daughter Mary Clyde amid the COVID-19 pandemic, two weeks before the due date.

She took to Twitter to announce Clyde's birth. Posting a picture of the newborn on October 20, 2020, gushing about how blessed she and her family were to "hit the jackpot in life."

The political analyst and her husband shifted to their Sag Harbor home with their child. They even hired a baby nurse to take care of Clyde in the first month. 

In December 2020, Jordan shared what it meant to have a child amid the trying times with NBC News. Amid the chaos, her child gave her a sense of hope and optimism.

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Lost Her First Husband in a Car Accident

Before Hogan, Jordan was married to investigative journalist Michael Hastings.

They met in Kabul in 2010 and hit it off straight away. So much so, they got engaged the same year and tied the knot in May 2011 in Holly Springs, Mississippi.

The marriage didn't last long since Hastings met a fatal car accident in Los Angeles in June 2013. As he was a reporter of national security, his untimely death stirred conspiracy theories.

The Time magazine contributor confronted the theories while talking with CNN’s Piers Morgan in August 2013. Affirming that Hastings was embroiled in hot topics, she clarified the LAPD was investigating and she had nothing to add. She also quipped that she had a gut feeling that it was a tragic accident. 

My gut here is that it was just a really tragic accident and I’m very unlucky and the world is very unlucky.

As a tribute, she published Hastings' unfinished novel 'The Last Magazine' on his first death anniversary.