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WRAL's Monica Laliberte Is Married! Age, Husband, Family status Now

Date: 30 Apr, 2018

WRAL's Monica Laliberte Is Married! Age, Husband, Family status Now

Monica Laliberte is famously known as an anchor and executive producer of WRAL TV who has won six Emmy and has been nominated for several more. She also won a regional Edward R. Murrow Award for her work. 

Not only her prominent popularity, but she also possesses a beautiful family, for whom she maintains her time. Loving her husband or being an ideal mom to her children, she has played an excellent role both as a wife and a parent.

Monica Laliberte's Married Life

Monica married David on 27 November 1987. The duo who are now married for three decades is blessed with two beautiful daughters. The couple since prefers to live a low- key life, sometimes shares their chemistry on the social media. Besides this, Monica and David have the most loving and the supportive family which is the reason behind their successful marriage. 

On 9 April 2018, Monica shared an engagement video of one of her daughters. As per the information, the engagement was set on a yatch and in the middle of the ocean. 

Monica reminiscing 30 years of married life with David on 27 November 2017(Photo: Facebook)

Monica and David are living their life happily and enjoying family life and it seems that their relationship is getting stronger with every passing year. Furthermore, there is no news of her dating or having an affair with anyone has ever surfaced out in the media she is in a long-term relationship with her family.

Monica Laliberte Early Life And Career

Monica Laliberte was born on 2 Jun in Niscayuna, New York and is running at the age of 54. She grew up with her parents and sister. Monica completed her graduation from the University of Central Florida in Bachelor of Arts in Radio & Television.

She started her career as side reporter on WRAL in 1994. She has also held positions as WRAL’s weekend morning anchor, weekend evening anchor, and executive producer. She also worked as an anchor/reporter in WEVU-TV and then WINK-TV, and later at Orlando’s WCPX-TV and WESH-TV.

She started her television career in 1984 at WCPX-TV as a news production assistant. Monica has won six Emmys and has been nominated for several more. She also won a regional Edward R. Murrow Award from the Radio-Television News Directors Association for her work on a series of investigative segments exposing what happened to vehicles flooded during Hurricane Floyd.

As per now, she is consumer reporter, anchor and executive producer at WRAL in Raleigh since 1994, North Carolina.