NBC's Carol Lee And Army Husband's Secret Wedding
While some prefer to disclose their personal lives, NBC News’ political reporter, Carol Lee, chooses to keep hers private.
The White House Correspondents' Association's former president got married to an army officer husband in a private wedding, where only selected and close guests were spotted. The information about her wedding comes from a source other than the reporter herself.
Here we have collected available information about her nuptial and also take a look at her personal life. Keep reading to explore the details!
Lee's Marriage To Major Ryan Harmon Was A Hushed Affair
The NBC's national political reporter did not make her wedding a hyped occasion, as she privately married Major Ryan Harmon in June 2019. A selected number of guests also attended her wedding.
Carol Lee and her husband Ryan Harmon's wedding picture in June 2019 (Photo: Politico)
The Politico magazine reported the bridal party's names: Brianna Keilar, Elyse Labott, and Anne Schroeder. Likewise, the wedding was officiated by Julie Mason.
Additionally, the guest list included names such as Adelman, Margaret Talev, Jeff Mason, Kate, and Brooke Brower, Erica Werner, Kristen Welker, and John Hughes, Dafna Linzer and Bart Gellman, Elena Nachmanoff, Nedra Pickler, Dana Milbank, and Anna Greenberg, Jerry Seib and John Garcia.
The wedding was held at Hotel du Village in New Hope, Pennsylvania.
The Couple Met Through Their Mutual Friends
Lee and Harmon were first introduced at a barbecue scene by their mutual friends, Fernando Lujan and Brianna Keilar. The two, stayed in touch with each other after their first meet and greet so to speak, and eventually dated.
Lee Is Already A Mother To One
The national political reporter was a mother to a son named Hudson Lee before getting married to Ryan Harmon. The son is, possibly, from her past relationship, but it isn't certain as she has not spoken about the details of her past relationship publicly.
This bit of information actually came from the reporter herself when she made a birthday tweet to Hudson in 2018.
Her 2018 birthday tweet to her son was the only time that the reporter ever made a mention of him in her social media handles.
She Is An Experienced Journalist
The Washington, DC resident took up her grad degree in Journalism from the New York University's school of journalism. After graduating, she covered politics for three years in Florida, including the 2008 presidential campaign.
She then moved to Washington and served as White House Correspondent for various media houses such as Politico and The Wall Street Journal. She also served as president of the White House Correspondents' Association.
Presently, Lee is a regular national political reporter for NBC News while also making appearances as a commentator for television and radio networks, including CNN, MSNBC, NPR, and Sirius XM.