Chief meteorologist for ABC News Ginger Zee has been married to NBC news correspondent Ben Aaron since 2014. The couple shares two children.
In August 2013, Zee became engaged to Aaron. The pair tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in Michigan in June 2014.
Zee opened up about her husband in an interview with PEOPLE. She said that Aaron is her partner forever and that she knew it as soon as she met him.
Ginger Zee is seen outside "Good Morning America" on January 23, 2020 in New York City. | Photo: Getty Images
The famous television personality, who competed with pro Val Chmerkovskiy in March 2016’s Season 22 of "Dancing with the Stars," added:
"I’ve never been more ready for anything in my life.”
In December 2015, Zee and Aaron welcomed their first bundle of joy together, a son named Adrian Benjamin Colonomos, in Petoskey, Michigan.
In August 2017, Zee announced on "Good Morning America" that she was pregnant with her second child, and in February 2018, she gave birth to another son, Miles Macklin.
The doting mother, who was diagnosed with narcolepsy at age 21, has no problem sharing several photos of her children on her social media platforms.
Aaron shared the circumstances of his disorder and offer help to the individuals who are experiencing the same fate.
"Adrian was coming down with something so I made him try a wellness shot...," she captioned a recent video of Adrian on Instagram.
Zee likewise shared a photograph of Miles on Instagram recently and said that she truly appreciates the child's outlook in life.
According to Closer Weekly, Zee's yearly salary is reportedly $120,000 and her net worth is an estimated $480,000. Born Ginger Renee Zuidgeest, Zee's ethnicity is reportedly Dutch and her nationality is American.
Last year, her husband Aaron, who began his journalism career on radio in 1999 at 18 years of age, revealed that he struggles with severe OCD, as reported by One Country.
In his Instagram post, Aaron shared the circumstances of his disorder and offer help to the individuals who are experiencing the same fate.
In an article he wrote, Aaron also shared that he has hidden his mental health issue for a long time. According to him, everything changed when he met his wife.
Zee was open about her own mental health issues and urged him to share his. While Aaron's OCD will never leave, he has discovered ways to cope. He turned his contemplations to believe that good thing will occur.