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Michelle Caruso-Cabrera Age, Married, Husband, Divorce, Boyfriend

Date: 19 Jun, 2018

Michelle Caruso-Cabrera Age, Married, Husband, Divorce, Boyfriend

Chief International Correspondent of CNBC television, Michelle Caruso-Cabrera is a business news correspondent. She is as well an author known for the book, You Know I’m Right: More Prosperity, Less Government.

Michelle Caruso-Cabrera was previously married, but things did not go out as planned and she later got divorced. She has been taking a lot of rumors lately regarding her relationship but has not made any statement about it yet. The reporter is very private about her personal life and still not stated her love life. 

Know more about her husband, bio, the boyfriend from the article below

Michelle Caruso-Cabrera Dating Or Single?

Michelle Caruso-Cabrera is known to marry Paulo Lima in the year 1999. Since she is strictly private about her love life, she has not stated more information than this. She soon divorced from her husband because unfortunately for the couple, things did not work out as planned.

After her separation, a lot of rumors related to her relationship started to surface out. In the year 2008, she was found to be dating a Wall Street investment banker, of which she has not made any statement yet.

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According to some wiki sources, Michelle got engaged again in the year 2015, but she denies it and claims it to be fake news about her affairs after separation.

Being a workaholic as Michelle, she is currently focused on her career than her relationships. There is also no any evidence of her children with her ex-husband. 

Michelle Caruso-Cabrera’s Bio: Family, Net Worth

Michelle was born on 9 February 1967, to an Italian father, Kenneth and a Cuban mother, Maria Caruso. Michelle, who stands tall at the height of five feet and eight inches, has a large beautiful family. From her grandparents to her parents, Michelle shares a deep attachment with her loved ones. 

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Her love for her family can be speculated from her social media as she timely posts picture with them. For instance on 6 June 2018, Michelle shared a family photo stating its beauty.

Michelle Caruso-Cabrera shares a vintage photo of her great-grandparents and her family members on 26 June 2018 (Photo: Michelle Caruso-Cabrera's Instagram)

She enrolled in Wellesley College and graduated with the degree in Economics in the year 1991. Michelle set a firm educational background for her career in journalism as a business reporter.

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Michelle started her career soon after her graduation in Univision as a reporter and later got promoted as the special projects producer. During her time in Univision, she won an Emmy Award for the five-part series of children with AIDS.

Later, she left Univision and joined WTSP-TV in St. Petersburg, Florida. Finally, in the year 1998, Michelle got a breakthrough in her career as the Chief International Correspondent and co-anchor of Power Lunch at CNBC.

Michelle has added a new profession in her career life. Apart from being a part of the CNBC family, the gorgeous correspondent has decided to join the board of directors of Beneficient, a Dallas-based financial services company in August 2018. It is a financial services firm which is specialized in equity products.

Though she will still remain a part of CNBC, Michelle is only partly working as a network contributor. While talking to Adweek on 22 August 2018, Michelle stated that it in her 20-years journey with CNBC, she received a front-row seat to cover everything. She also added that she will be using the same skills and knowledge which she used in her past years, and will maintain a healthy relationship with CNBC as well.

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Not only in the field of media, Michelle is widely interested in mining. Her picture on 28 August 2018 shows her keen interest in mining where she spent her day on the Gobi's desert.

Michelle is an extremely talented reporter who was awarded Broadcaster of the Year award from the National Association of Hispanic Journalist. Due to her years of succession, she has an estimated net worth of over $3 million but her salary is not yet disclosed to the public.