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Harris Faulkner Shows off Her Toned Figure While Posing on a Beach with Her Husband

Jaimie-lee Prince
Sep 03, 2020
06:00 A.M.
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Harris Faulkner appeared ageless in a new photo taken on the beach with her husband. The tv host is making the most of everything amid what is going on in the world. 

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On Tuesday, Harris Faulkner, 54, jumped on Instagram to show off her gorgeous body while kneeling on a Georgian beach. Next to her was her husband, Tony Berlin. 

While Berlin was fully clothed, his wife opted to dress for the occasion. The "Outnumbered" co-host wore a blue one-piece swimsuit that hugged her curves. The post is found below. 

Harris Faulkner attends the event "35 Most Powerful People in Media" in New York City on April 12, 2018 | Photo: Getty Images

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Berlin was on one knee as he stood beside his beautiful wife. He wore a pair of blue sunglasses underneath a black baseball cap. He had on a green t-shirt and dark pants. 

HUSBAND AND WIFE ON THE SAND

Next to him, Faulkner knelt with both her knees on the sand. Her blue swimsuit featured a pink lace design down the chest, and she also sported a pair of sunglasses that rested on her head. 

In the caption, the Fox News broadcaster wrote in a hashtag, "Joy in the journey." Her and Berlin's journey started in 2003 when they got married. 

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The two were employed at rival stations in Minneapolis, Minnesota when they first met. Berlin, who has been in the industry for 15 years, originally earned his degree in political science at Occidental College. 

MORE ABOUT BERLIN

The former CBS News reporter was also a basketball player at the Los Angeles college. He would later travel to Washington, D.C., where he had his first job at Cox Broadcasting as a producer. 

He was also a reporter in Roanoke, Virginia, and Savannah, Georgia. Finally, he worked at WHIO-TV as a CBS affiliate while living in Dayton, Ohio. In the seven years that followed, he worked at WCCO-TV in Minnesota. 

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Harris Faulkner at the Fox News Channel Studio for "Outnumbered Overtime" in New York City on September 18, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

MARRIAGE AND BRANCHING OFF

He and Faulkner tied the knot in Rio Rico, Arizona, near Berlin's hometown. After marriage, the pair moved to New York City. By 2006, Berlin decided to branch off into public relations. 

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He gained experience at Padilla Speer Beardsley as a media relations manager. He also worked at Credit.com before breaking off and creating his company, Berlin Media Relations, in 2011.

FAULKNER ON HER DAUGHTERS

Faulkner and Berlin share two girls, Bella, 13, and Danika, 10. Last October, Faulkner spoke about raising biracial girls, calling it "a blessing" in an interview with People magazine. 

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The "Outnumbered Overtime" host manages to have a stable work-home balance despite her busy schedule. As for bonding, she continues to guide the girls and prioritizes having more eye contact and fewer devices at the dinner table. 

POST-GEORGE FLOYD

Faulkner spoke out again after the killing of George Floyd caused an uproar among the African-American community and broader America in May. She said having race conversations in her family is nothing new. 

However, she tries to let her girls know that they portray the "example of what society can do together if we all pulled together in a unified way." The family displayed their unity and happiness in a July post. 

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FAMILY HIKE 

During the coronavirus lockdowns, the family of four enjoyed a trip along the Hudson River. They were all decked out in proper hiking gear for what looked like a fun occasion. 

In the picture Faulkner shared, the smiles on her family's faces reflected good vibes all around. Again, Faulkner looked the picture of youth in the portrait-style family photo. 

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