Kristen Ledlow is a notable personality in the field of sports journalism. The Atlanta based sports broadcaster currently works as the host of NBA Inside Stuff for NBA TV, and is also a courtside reporter for the NBA on TNT.

The American sports anchor, however, also manages a personal life in addition to her successful professional career. She has been married for over two years as of December 2020 and is expecting the birth of her first child with her husband in January 2021.

Here learn more about Ledlow including her age, height, ex-boyfriend, and her present personal life with her husband Will Tacular.

Kristen Ledlow Is Married To Will Tacular

Since December 6, 2018, Ledlow is a married woman. She is married to Will Tacular, a photographer and musician.

Before the wedding, the power couple had earlier shared the rings on August 22, 2018. Celebrating one year of their engagement and deciding to be fiance, the sports anchor wrote on her Instagram.

One year ago, I said my second most important yes. Today, we stand on the same sand celebrating all God can do in 365 days

Although Ledlow has been married and occasionally posts pictures with her beloved husband, she has not revealed much information about her man. Likewise, the husband Will also manages a very secretive life by himself which has hindered people from knowing in-depth information about him. But if we go by his social media handles, it is visible that he manages a career in music and photography.


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She And Her Husband Will Are Welcoming A Baby In January 2021

On July 29, 2020, Ledlow's husband Will Tacular posted a picture on his Instagram handle and announced that he and his wife are expecting their first baby in January 2021. He also disclosed that it was going to be a baby boy.


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And recently, in December 2020, Ledlow posted a picture with her husband Will on her Instagram where her baby bump was clearly visible. In the post's caption, she wrote, "Mom and Dad." 

Well, the couple must be over the moon right with because of their happiness of welcoming a new member in their family. We also wish that the NBA host's baby boy with Will arrive to this world healthy and add happiness to his parent's lives.

Kristen Ledlow's Ex-Boyfriend Had Dumped Her Via Letter

Before getting married to Will, the former CNN reporter was in a few secretive relationships. Amongst those relationships, one was revealed by the American sports anchor herself. 

In a tweet on September 12, 2015, Ledlow disclosed that her ex-boyfriend who played baseball at Jacksonville State had dumped her recently that time. She further stated that he left a breakup letter for her on her counter and dumped her. While she revealed this detail, she did not disclose his name.

The baseball player isn't the only sportsperson she is rumored to have dated. She was also rumored to be allegedly dating basketball player Joakim Noah. But the two denied the allegations.

Kristen's Bio: She Graduated From Southeastern University

American national Ledlow was born on January 18, 1988, in Atlanta, Georgia. She is the daughter of Roger Ledlow (father) and Rita Ledlow (mother). She has a sister named Lauren Ledlow.

She went on to graduate from Southeastern University in 2010 with a double major in communications and broadcasting after completing her schooling in Christian Community School and North Florida Christian School.

Important Facts About Kristen Ledlow

  • Kristen Ledlow's height is 5 feet 11 inches with her heels.
  • At North Florida Christian School, she played basketball and volleyball while running track and cross country.
  • She co-hosted the show named The Opening Drive while working at CBS Sports Radio.
  • She was hired by NBA TV as a host for NBA Inside Stuff alongside former NBA player Grant Hill in 2015.
  • She participated in the NBA All-Star Weekend Celebrity Game in 2014 for the East team, scoring twice in the first half.
  • She worked for FOX Sports NEXT as a Field Reporter, covering ACC and SEC football and basketball in the southeast.