Chris Cuomo's Wife Marks National Son's Day with a Rare Photo of Their Son Mario Sailing a Boat
CNN host Chris Cuomo's wife, Cristina Cuomo, recently stepped out of her norm to share a rare photo of their 14-year-old son, Mario, in honor of National Son's Day. Her caption read:
"? my boy #nationalsonday."
The adorable photo showed the young teenager having fun while sailing a pristine white boat and flashing a bright smile for the camera.
Mario put one hand on the boat's wheel while he raised his other hand to give a big encouraging thumbs up to the camera, to show that he had things under control.
Cristina's charming boy was dressed in a blue t-shirt and a pair of colorful shorts. The 14-year-old wore his brown hair in lengthy locks that came to settle over his eyes.
Cristina's fans and followers fell in love with the photo of the charming teenager and commented on how handsome he is growing up to be.
Chris shared a hilarious TikTok of himself goofing around.
Cristina's adorable National Son's Day post came months after the young boy battled with COVID-19 early in the year.
In March, both Cristina and her husband contracted the illness and worked hard to see that they made it through safe and sound. On April 22, Cristina revealed on Instagram that their little boy had contracted it as well. She shared:
"...I am now working toward getting my son, Mario, through the virus."
The worried mother wrote about her concern for her son's health, adding that her head seemed to hurt harder over his health than hers.
The CNN anchor's wife told her followers that she was doing her best to feed Mario healthy foods while using some of her self-discovered remedies to help him recover.
Cristina also noted that their daughters, Bella and Carolina, were thankfully saved from the unpleasant experience of dealing with the sickness and assured her fans that the family was happy once again.
In August, Chris shared a hilarious TikTok of himself goofing around and showing off his ripped and muscular physique. Fans were happy to see that the dark days of COVID-19 were well in the past, and the parents could now focus on their amazing kids.
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