While some people like to make their personal lives public, NBC News political correspondent Carol Lee prefers to keep hers private. The former president of the White House Correspondents’ Association married an army officer in a private ceremony to which only chosen and close people were invited. The news of her wedding comes from a source other than the reporter.
Carol Lee’s marriage to Major Ryan Harmon was a well-guarded secret.
Carol’s wedding received little attention, not on social media nor elsewhere. In June 2019, she married Major Ryan Harmon. Brianna Keilar, Elyse Labott, and Anne Schroeder were among the bridesmaids, according to Politico. Julie Mason officiated at the wedding as well. 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 were also on the guest list. The ceremony took place at the Hotel du Village in New Hope, Pennsylvania.
Carol Lee and her husband were introduced via mutual friends.
Thanks to mutual friends Fernando Lujan and Brianna Keilar, who are also married. They introduced Lee to the guy she would later name her husband, according to the Politico Newsletter at the time. Lee and Harmon met for the first time at a BBQ thrown by Lujan and Keilar. After their initial meet and greet, the two kept in contact and eventually began dating. According to the newsletter, Lee proposed to her spouse over the 2018 holidays.
Carol Lee has already given birth to one child.
Before marrying her spouse, the national political reporter had a son called Hudson Lee. The son is possibly from her previous relationship, although this is not confirmed since she has not publicly discussed the circumstances of her previous relationship. This information was provided by the reporter herself in a birthday tweet on Hudson’s birthday in 2018.
Carol Lee Is a Proven Journalist.
The Washington, DC resident earned a journalism degree from New York University’s department of journalism. After graduation, she worked in Florida for three years covering politics, including the 2008 presidential campaign. She subsequently relocated to Washington, where she worked as a White House Correspondent for publications such as Politico and The Wall Street Journal. In 2011, she was hired as the Wall Street Journal’s White House Correspondent. She has previously covered the White House for Politico, beginning with President Obama’s transition in Chicago. She was also the president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. Lee is now a frequent national political correspondent for NBC News, as well as a commentator for television and radio networks such as CNN, MSNBC, NPR, and Sirius XM.