CNN's Chris Cuomo's Wife Christina Celebrates Son Mario's Graduation
Following her son, Mario's graduation from middle school, Cristina Cuomo, wife of CNN anchor, Chris Cuomo, took to her Instagram page to post a heartwarming tribute to him.
Proud mom Cristina Cuomo couldn't hide her excitement following her son, Mario's graduation from middle school, and shared cute pictures of him on Instagram, along with a caption that read:
"Mario, my son! Congratulations on your graduation! You've just taken a big step in the amazing journey so far..."
Cristina added that no parent could ask for more and welcomed her son to the next phase of his life, being high school. She followed that with a famous quote by Rudyard Kipling:
"Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it, And—which is more—you'll be a Man, my son! — Rudyard Kipling."
Chris Cuomo and his wife have been married for 19 years and are parents to three children, Bella, 17, Mario Jr., 14, and Carolina, 11.
The couple wed in 2001, with their marriage tagged a match made in heaven or somewhere close by Chris's father, Mario Cuomo.
The 17-year-old said that she was snippier, joking that she wasn't used to raising kids.
Chris and Christina have a beautiful family filled with love and happiness, and Chris shows the world that he can be a boogie dad in a Tik Tok video that showed him dancing with his daughter, Bella.
Bella had a chat with ET in mid-May and talked about people tagging her family members as being hot, and the attention her father, Chris Cuomo, and her uncle, New York Governor, Andrew Cuomo received amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The interview came after Chris and his wife, Cristina, were diagnosed with the virus, with their son, Mario, also getting infected with the disease later on.
When her parents took ill, Bella stepped in to care for her siblings. Of her parenting skills during that time, the 17-year-old said that she was snippier, joking that she wasn't used to raising kids.
Chris Cuomo, who hosts the show, "Cuomo Prime Time" on CNN, finally recovered from the virus after a lengthy battle and spoke to fellow anchor, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, about his experience with the disease.
The television anchor lamented that the virus had impacted so many people, including himself, in unexpected and unpredictable ways.
According to Cuomo, the survivors of COVID-19 had strange stories to tell and didn't have a lot of great answers from doctors regarding the weird occurrences in their blood work.
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