Harris Faulkner Shares Pic with Husband Tony Berlin and Daughters Danika and Bella during Family Hike
Harris Faulkner and her family looked to be having some fun during the lockdown as she shared an adorable picture of herself, her daughters, and her husband.
It always takes extra effort to find and spend adequate time with family, especially in a busy world, but with the world forcing everyone to take a necessary pause with the COVID-19 pandemic, families get to enjoy more time together.
Fox News anchor Harris Faulkner looked to be enjoying some quality time with her family as she shared an adorable picture of herself, her husband, and two cute daughters enjoying the sun on a family hike.
Faulkner's image showed off her two daughters, Danika and Bella smiling next to her and her husband, Tony Berlin, as they sat on large rocks.
Dressed in typical hiking gears, Faulkner wore a black sleeveless top and blue shorts; she had double protection from the sun with her sunshades and beach hat. Captioning the image, she said:
"Hiking the Hudson River Valley #sandbars #sunshinestateofmind #saturdayvibe."
Her husband, Tony, rocked a simple white teeshirt with a face cap and aviator sunglasses while her first daughter Danika wore a polka dot shirt with pink shorts.
Faulkner and her husband have been able to navigate issues by being open and raw with each other.
On the other hand, Bella had a matching color outfit with her mom; however, instead of a sleeveless top, she wore a black teeshirt, blue shorts, and a black sun visor cap.
Lovers of Faulkner and her family were quick to jump on the comments section to share their love and prayers for them. Fans expressed how beautiful the family looked and commended Faulkner for her brilliant delivery on screen. One fan said:
"Thank you for sharing your beautiful family picture❤️❤️❤️."
Harris Faulkner is known for her excellent delivery when co-hosting "Outnumbered" and running her news show "Outnumbered Overtime," currently ranked number one in cable.
Besides being an excellent news anchor, Faulkner is also a doting mother and wife to her kids and husband, whom she refers to as her "forever boyfriend." The two met while working for rival stations through mutual friends.
Despite their racial differences and background, she and her husband have been able to navigate the issues surrounding interracial marriages and raising biracial kids by being open and raw with each other.