Who Is Tony Dokoupil First Wife, Katy Tur?
Tony Dokoupil, a correspondent for CBS News, was married to his first wife, who now lives in Tal Aviv. He has two children with his first wife.
Katy Tur is the second wife of the American broadcast journalist. The couple married on October 27, 2017, in Utah. He has kept his first wife's identity hidden from the public eye and posts 'couple goals' on Instagram with his current wife, Katy.
He is an extremely supportive husband to Katy, as shown in CBS Mornings while discussing her new memoir, Rough Draft.
In recalling her childhood, the MSNBC anchor revealed that her father was once abusive to the family. Katy opened up to her husband about how isolating the experience was for her.
She said, "I always kind of felt like a bit of a fraud like I didn't belong."
"I didn't know how to broach it with you," she admitted, acknowledging her hesitation to share her story with Tony.
Katy's father, who changed her name from Bob to Zoey after undergoing surgery, told CBS News: "I could certainly be intimidating."
"And, you know, I apologize if the kids thought I was intimidating. I tried my hardest." She admitted that she is still working on repairing her relationship with her father.
Katy Tur And Tony Dokoupil Celebrates Valentines Day
The CBS Mornings star, Tony Dokoupil, shared never-before-seen photos on Instagram to commemorate a romantic day in their lives(Hellomagazine).
Tony posted several photos with Katy on Valentine's Day, which fans dubbed "couple goals." The father-of-two took time out of his busy schedule to honor his wife, to whom he has been married to since 2017.
He wrote alongside photos of them cuddling up and one with one of their children: "Here's to winning the other big game in life."
Tony Dokoupil Would Like To Host A Show With His Wife
In a special interview with HELLO, Tony Dokoupil discussed his celebrated career but revealed that there is one job he hasn't done yet. What he would like to do before retiring is work alongside his wife.
We wish him luck and pray that God may grant him his wish.
It's been a busy time for the CBS star, who recently began hosting a new half-hour weekly series called The Uplift, which viewers have well received.