April 05, 2020
It was love at first date for Meghan McCain and husband, Ben Domenech. McCain posted a sweet birthday tribute to her husband on Instagram.
McCain praised Domenech for being a good husband and life partner. She also posted how grateful she is to have a loving man beside her.
"I love you more than I ever thought was possible," she wrote. "I am forever grateful for you especially your intensity, grit, passion, and conviction."
The couple's three-year marriage was written in the stars. It continues to blossom through the years. They are now expecting a baby, as reported by Closer Weekly.
All of the family members rejoiced as soon as they found out McCain's pregnancy. But due to the Coronavirus pandemic, her doctor advised her to limit the number of people she can have contact with.
She was advised to be vigilant at all times and will stay and work from home for her safety. She is blessed to have Domenech, who looks after her welfare.
McCain said his husband is supportive of her decisions. The two tied the knot in 2017 after dating for a long period of time, as reported by Good Housekeeping.
Before they met, Domenech had a controversial past, with his expression of his political views and opinions about the country.
McCain admires Domenech for not leaving her even in the most difficult time.
Domenech even exchanged political commentaries with McCain's late father, Senator John McCain, the first time they met.
"[Ben] works in politics and has for a long time so he wasn't as intimidated and he actually met my dad at my brother's wedding for the first time and ended up talking about health care or something very wonky," she said on "The View."
The couple's relationship has grown stronger with the passing of years. What made it unshakeable was when McCain's father liked Domenech for her.
Aside from that fatherly approval, McCain admires Domenech for not leaving her even in the most difficult time. She added that he stuck with her when her father passed away in August 2018.
Domenech was her source of courage. Without her husband, McCain would have a hard time coming to terms with her father's death.
The TV personality recently opened up about her loss. Two years after her father's death, McCain still mourns.