Charissa Thompson and her husband Kyle Thousand are already talking about kids after getting married in December 2020.

Excited about the Future

Taking to Instagram on March 17, 2021, Thompson shared a beautiful picture with her attorney husband and talked about their future children. She jokingly predicted how their kids might react to the picture.

"When we have kids they will see this pic and say 'ewwww, gross'... Look you lil brats, you’re lucky we like each other," the television host captioned the post.

Charissa Thompson and her husband Kyle Thousand

Charissa Thompson kisses her husband Kyle Thousand. (Photo: Instagram)

This isn't the first time the Fox Sports sportscaster and her husband discussed their future kids. They are pretty open about the subject. 

In a February 14, 2020 Instagram post, Thousand shared how they were certain their kids would have blue eyes and shared the first picture of them together. 

The heartwarming post received heaps of love from fans. "Congrats you won the heart of the most beautiful woman on the planet! Well done sir!! Good luck folks, enjoy," one fan commented.

"You guys! Can’t wait to celebrate life and love together soon! Xo," another one chimed in.

Their Marriage

Speaking about the duo, the two got married at the Silverleaf Club in Scottsdale on December 30, 2020.

After the wedding, Thompson posted about her marriage for the first time in February 2020, writing, "Ahhhh love. I’ve always been a sucker for Valentine’s Day & now that I’m newly married, I’m feeling the love even more."

Thompson's Was Married before

However, Thompson's wedding with Thousand was her second marriage, as she was previously married to her first husband when she was 25 years old. The details about her first marriage and her ex-husband's identity remain confined.

Talking to Sports Illustrated, in September 2014, the TV host shared that she regretted her decision to get married, and therefore, she quickly decided to split, too. She said, "Oh, yeah, at 25. It was the best and worst decision I ever made."

"I learned quickly that I don't need to be married again, but there are people who come into your life for a reason," she further explained.

I love my ex-husband and it has taken us a long time to get back to being friends.

The Seattle native had also dated American basketball player Jay Williams briefly around 2004.

The talented anchor was born as Charissa Jean Thompson on May 4, 1982, in Seattle, Washington. She went to Inglemoor High School, where she completed her school education.

Later Thompson attended the Washington State University and subsequently moved to California to join the University of California, Santa Barbara. In the latter institute, she received her Bachelor's degree in Law and Society in 2004.