Ainsley Earhardt

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Ainsley Earhardt is a well-known American television personality who is presently employed by Fox News as a conservative political pundit. She is best recognized for her role as co-host of ‘Fox & Friends,’ which is President Donald Trump’s favorite morning show. She also has her own part on the show ‘Hannity’ called ‘Ainsley Across America.’ She’s also co-hosted ‘Fox and Friends Weekend,’ ‘Fox’s All-American New Year’s Eve,’ and ‘America’s News Headquarters’ on the Fox network. She has featured on Fox News’ ‘Greg Gutfeld’s Red Eye,’ a late-night satirical discussion show with panelists and guests debating the latest news in politics, entertainment, business, and other topics. Earhardt has had a natural desire to lead from the front since she was a child. As a result, it’s no surprise that she received the Caroliniana Creed Award for her leadership abilities and clarity of mind. Earhardt has gained notoriety for her coverage of major news events such as the famous Fort Hood Base shooting, the death of actor James Gandolfini, and man-made and natural disasters such as the 2010 Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, the E5 tornado in Moore, and the 8.0 magnitude earthquake that struck China and killed approximately 70,000 people. Her contribution to the FNC New Year Eve Special ‘All American New Year’ from Times Square in New York in 2014 is still remembered. ‘Take Heart, My Child–A Mother’s Dream,’ co-authored with Kathyrn Cristaldi and drawn by Jaime Kim, is a children’s book. It is a book that encourages children to pursue their aspirations.

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Career of Ainsley

Ainsley Earhardt joined WLTX-News 19, the local CBS station in Columbia, South Carolina, as a reporter after graduating in 2000. She was the morning and noon anchor until 2004, and both shows were rated No. 1. Columbia Metropolitan Magazine honored her the Best Personality Of The Year for her effort. She relocated to San Antonio, Texas, in 2005 to work for KENS-TV, where she hosted the weekday newscasts ‘Eyewitness News This Morning’ and ‘Eyewitness News at Noon,’ both of which were rated No. 1 on the ratings charts.

Her reporting from New York City about South Carolina middle school students contributing half a million dollars to firemen in the aftermath of the September 11 terrorist attacks was greatly appreciated. She relocated to New York City in 2007 and was employed by Fox News Channel. She began her career working for the ‘Fox & Friends’ curtain-raiser show before becoming the main program’s host.

Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who had resigned from the show, was replaced by her. She is well-liked on Fox News Channel for her regular morning news show. An interview with Trump, just days before his inauguration as president, was one of her main jobs at Fox. She told TVNewser in an interview that she devoted her first day on ‘Fox & Friends’ to her parents. “They’re amazing individuals.” “They’ve put in so much effort to provide me so much,” she explained.

Personal Experiences of Ainsley

Ainsley Earhardt was born in Spartanburg, South Carolina, on September 20, 1976. She has a younger brother and an elder sister. Her family moved to the Foxcroft neighborhood of Charlotte, North Carolina, when she was a child. She went to Sharon Elementary School there. In 1995, she graduated from Spring Valley High School. She received a leadership and academic scholarship to Florida State University (FSU), where she majored in biology.

She was a senator for the student body at FSU. She went on to the University of South Carolina (USC) to obtain a journalism degree. In 1999, she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Journalism from the university. She was a member of Alpha Delta Pi at FSU and Beta Epsilon at USC, as well as four honor societies. She was also elected to the Homecoming Court at the University.

She married Kevin McKinney in 2005, however the marriage barely lasted till 2010. Earhardt married Will Proctor, a former Clemson University quarterback, in October 2012. He resigned from football in 2009 and currently works as a wealth adviser at Neuberger Berman. Hayden Dubose Proctor, their daughter, was born on November 6, 2015.

Estimated Net Worth

Ainsley Earhardt has a net worth of $6 million as an American broadcast journalist. Ainsley Earhardt grew up in North Carolina after being born in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Before moving to the University of South Carolina, she attended Florida State University to pursue a biology degree.


She is also quite daring! She skydived with the US Army’s Golden Knights and flew an F-16 with the US Air Force Thunderbirds while living in Texas in 2005.