April 19, 2020
George Stephanopoulos and Ali Wentworth tied the knot in 2001. To this day, their marriage is still stable. Here's how the couple got together.
As reported by US Weekly, George and Ali started dating in April 2001 after the actress moved to New York City and agreed to go on a blind date with the television host.
The pair had lunch at Barneys. After dating for six months, they got married at the Greek Orthodox Archdiocesan Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in New York City in November 2001.
As reported by the New York Times, during their big day, George openly stated that he knows "within 24 hours, I would not ever dare risk losing her."
Following their marriage, George and Ali would frequently be seen together on the air. They welcomed their first child, daughter Elliott, in September 2002, in Washington, D.C. In June 2005, their second daughter, Harper, was born.
According to GH, Ali makes sure to go to bed with her husband at the same time consistently to feel more associated with him in spite of their different hours.
"My feeling was if I don't get to bed with my husband and I don't wake up with my husband, then he's just my roommate," she said on Where are they Now?
In a 2017 interview on "Live with Kelly and Ryan," Ali revealed that her husband has a personal routine where he has to kiss her and their daughters before he leaves for work early in the morning.
George announced that he had tested positive for COVID-19 but was asymptomatic.
On April 1, 2020, Ali took to social media to share that she was struggling with COVID-19 while self-quarantining in their New York home.
At the point when George first began broadcasting from home, he reportedly clarified on "Good Morning America" that he chose to do the switch after his wife developed symptoms of the sickness.
To ease chills, Ali has been taking Tylenol and chicken soup and hot showers. She has additionally been checking her oxygen levels every few hours, as reported by Deadline.
On April 13, 2020, George announced that he had tested positive for COVID-19 but was asymptomatic, NBC News reported.
George said it was "no surprise" that he tested positive for the deadly disease. He has been her caregiver while Ali self-isolated in a different room of their home.