American television host Cassidy Hubbarth took to Instagram to share about her pregnancy and daughter in January 2019. Years earlier, she had revealed her marital status via a tweet, proclaiming she was married.

Here's what we know about her personal life and marriage! 

Her Marriage Is Seemingly Going Strong

Hubbarth has kept her personal life entirely private, revealing no information about her husband. She has never shed light on her past relationships and ex-boyfriends as well. 

That being said, she once affirmed being married. On February 24, 2015, a Twitter user questioned her character using indecent words. She clapped back at the hater, saying that she was married. 

Her relationship with her other half is apparently going strong. In late 2018, the duo welcomed their first child, a daughter.

The Evanston native took to Instagram to announce the birth of her child in January 2019. Posting a throwback picture, she revealed she was five months pregnant when reporting from the ESPYS Red Carpet show held at the Microsoft Theater in July 2018. Then she expressed that she was filled with excitement, anticipation, happiness, and fear of the upcoming journey in motherhood. 

In February 2019, radio announcer Chuck Swirsky congratulated the new mother via his tweet. "Congratulations, @CassidyHubbarth on the birth of your daughter and your new contract," he wrote.

The sportscaster tweeted about her motherhood on December 2, 2020, suggesting that balancing parenthood and work at the same time wasn't a cakewalk. She shared that filming was hard with a child crying in the background. 

Although rarely, Hubbarth shares about her daughter but she makes no mistake in keeping her partner's identity under wraps. However, the fact that she always wears a round diamond ring on her wedding finger suggests that her marriage is doing well. 

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Hubbarth's Father Is a Cancer Survivor

Hubbarth knows a thing or two about the misery and challenges of cancer. Her father, Gerry Hubbarth, is a throat cancer survivor

He was first diagnosed with the illness when she had just joined the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

To care for her father, she dropped out and returned to her hometown of Evanston. There, she enrolled at the Northwestern University for her sophomore year. Thankfully, her father won the battle with cancer.

Hubbarth considers her father to be her support system, and rightfully so. He came to her games and supported her despite the magnitude of the event. She has praised his strength many times and mentioned how he coached her in life. In a 2018 Instagram post, she penned:

LOVE you dad! Thank you for being there for every game, every moment, big or small, every smile, every cry and every laugh.

As a person who has seen the alarming effects of cancer, Hubbarth uses her social media platform to raise cancer awareness and various other issues. In 2011, she promoted the Cancer Research Radiothon of ESPN radio. 

Then in 2020, she raised her voice against anti-Asian violence through her Instagram. The television host with a height of 5'6" has mixed ethnicity. Her parents are of Filipino, Irish and German heritage.