Sunny Hostin of 'The View' Is Happily Married to Husband of 22 Years – Meet Dr Emmanuel Hostin

Kareena Koirala
Jul 24, 2020
05:30 A.M.
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"The View" co-host Sunny Hostin and her husband, Dr. Emmanuel Hostin, have been married for a long time now. Here are some interesting details about the man who is the king of Hostin's heart. 


A gifted lawyer and a TV show host, Sunny Hostin is a woman of substance who has it all. She is the Senior Legal Analyst for ABC News and the co-host on the network's all-women show, "The View."

Hostin's career took a turn when she switched from practicing law to television after joining "Court TV." She then earned a spot on Fox News' "The O'Reilly Factor."

Sunny Hostin attends the Apollo Spring Gala 2017 at The Apollo Theater on June 12, 2017. | Source: Shutterstock



Moving on from Fox News, she went on to co-anchor "World News Now" and "America This Morning" at ABC News. In 2007, she joined CNN and remained with the network until 2016.

Her career is not the only department that Hostin has been successful at. Behind the screen, she is a happily married woman with two children. 


Emmanuel graduated from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Hostin and her husband, Dr. Emmanuel Hostin, walked down the aisle in 1998. The couple has been going strong ever since and has two children, Paloma and Gabriel. 


Hostin's husband is an orthopedic surgeon and a sports doctor who is amazed by his wife's ability to wear heels. Nonetheless, he warns her about the potential issues that might arise due to that in the future. 


The doctor is affiliated to some of the top hospitals in Manhattan including Lenox Hill Hospital, Mount Sinai West Hospitals, and Mount Sinai Morningside.


Emmanuel graduated from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He has been a licensed medical practitioner since 2002. 

In 2010, Emmanuel traveled to Haiti several times on medical missions after a devastating earthquake rattled the country, causing extensive damage.

Since most of the residents were poor in the country, they gave him needlepoints to show gratitude for his services. To some people, they were the most expensive things that they owned. 

Hostin feels like those needlepoints are incredibly meaningful to her husband and herself. She thinks of them as their priceless assets