Doug Hitchner is a baseball player who came into the spotlight after marrying Chief White House correspondent, Hallie Jackson, an anchor for NBC and MSNBC, and a fill-in anchor for Today. The couple married in 2011 and has two children.
Almost all of us are aware of the life of Hallie Jackson but what about her husband. In today’s section, we will be discussing Hitcher’s personal as well as professional life. So stay tuned till the end.
No, Doug Hitchner and his wife Hallie Jackson has not separated from their longtime marital relationship. In fact, the couple is enjoying their marital relationship as a newlywed couple.
They met for the first time after joining the college and later on develop a romantic relationship with each other. After several years of a dating relationship, they got engaged in 2010 secretly and publicized it at the time of their tied up.
The couple shared the wedding vows in 2011 at Perkasie, Pennsylvania in Bucks County in presence of their closed ones.
The couple is almost going to complete eight years of togetherness and still living happily without any rumors of separation and extra affairs. Although they have not preferred to shared much picture in social media, it is known that they are going strong together.
The pair who is married for almost eight years has shared two children and both of them are daughters. However, the couple has preferred to hide the detail such as name, date of birth and other info of their kids.
As of now, they are enjoying their life with their kids in New York City.
Doug has not revealed much regarding his career, so his salary and net worth are still under review. However, his wife Hallie Jackson is one of the famous news correspondents. Also, Hallie Jackson made her debut journalism career at WBOC-TV. Also, she is famous for her work on NBC Nightly News with Today (1952), Lester Holt (1970), and Weekend Today (1987).
Her annual salary is very impressive which is $201k annually and her current net worth has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Doug Hitchner was born in the United States of America. He holds American nationality and belongs to the white ethnic group. For education, he attended John Hopkins University. During his University days, Doug was a baseball player and represented his University in a different match. Later, he served as a baseball coach.