American journalist Cathy Areu's rumors about husband broke out the media as the tabloid went on buzzing that the 47-year-old Catalina magazine publisher is a married woman. However, the speculations turned out to be false as she stepped up tearing apart the rumors.
Kathy appeared as the news anchor on various American television news shows including CNN's Cambell Brown and AC360. She also emerged in MSNBC's The Daily Rundown, Fox News O'Reilly Factor, and RussiaToday's CrossTalk. Not only that, Cathy has established herself as an American-Cuban author and journalist with her contribution in various media and The Washington Post Magazine.
Cathy Exclusively Reveals; She Does Not Have Husband
Although there were ongoing rumors that Cathy Areu tied a knot to her long-term boyfriend around two decades ago, she stepped up and confirmed that she does not have a husband. According to GettyImages, on 25 April 2017, Cathy made a public appearance with her husband and attended the Paul & Dee Dee Sorvino celebration of a new book called Pinot, Pasta & Parties at 200 East 57th Street.
Cathy Areu and her rumored husband (turned out to be false) attended the Paul Dee Dee Sorvino's celebration of their new book (Photo: gettyimages.com)
However, Kathy exclusively tweeted on 13 May 2018, stating:
I don’t have a husband. Don’t believe everything you see or read. ... just believe me when I’m on Fox.
As per today.com, Cathy is parents to her two daughters, who were born in the year 2007 and 2009. On 20 August 2016, she posted a picture of her younger daughter on Instagram, who spent summer camp with a bulldog named Wisley.
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In September 2016, Cathy and her elder daughter went in front of the White House, official workplace and the residence of 'President of the United States' in Washington, DC.
Cathy Areu with her elder daughter in front of White House (Photo: www.today.com)
While the freelance journalist is relishing her life with two daughters, on 14th February 2016, she posted a picture of her bulldog, Wisley on Instagram and wished him on Valentine's Day. Although she is parenting her kids, the Summit native has remained mum regarding the father of her two kids. As of August 2018, Cathy is reportedly unmarried.
Cathy also shares her political beliefs to her two daughters and wants to raise them, Democrats. The freelance journalist admits she was once horrified by the thought that her daughters may grow up to be Republicans.
Cathy's Net Worth And How Does She Assemble It?
Cathy Areu, age 47, assembles her net worth from her career as a journalist. She is contributing to The Washington Post Magazine with short interviews on the column First Person Singular since 2000. For the US. Politics, she has interviewed the influential political figure including First Lady Laura Bush, Senator Al Franken, and Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
The freelance journalists in the United States earn the average base pay of $45,925. Their additional cash compensation, which includes cash bonus, commission and tips vary from the range of $234-$10,460. Cathy, who is working on The Washington Post Magazine, draws her income between those amounts. Her eighteen years of experience in this field has helped her to raise her net worth.
Cathy founded the multi-platform media company called Catalina Magazine in 2001. She is a founding publisher, who represents the positive image of Hispanic women and men in media through her Catalina Magazine. As an American-Cuban author, Cathy has written a book called Latino Wisdom in 2006. Tucker Carlson also interviewed her in 2017 where her eyes were seen bionic.
Cathy Areu, who celebrates her birthday on 23 February, was born on 1971 in Summit, New Jersey. Her parents were Cuban immigrants, who were an electronic engineer and a mathematician. She belongs to American nationality and possesses Hispanic ethnicity. Cathy stands at the height of 1.57 m (5' 2").
As per wiki, she received the Business Leadership Award, which was provided by the National Association of Young Latino Entrepreneurs in 2004. She graduated from Nova Southeastern University completing her education in M.S. English.