The political commentator, Ben Domenech, who is married to Meghan McCain, welcomed his first child, Liberty, amid the COVID pandemic.
Domenech and Meghan McCain Welcome Their Baby Girl
Through an Instagram post on March 23, 2020, McCain revealed her pregnancy news and explained that she would be hosting her show, The View, from home as per her doctor’s suggestion for safety from the COVID outbreak.
After going through a miscarriage the previous year, the couple is more than happier to have welcomed their daughter, Liberty, in late September 2020.
She gave a glimpse of her daughter for the first time in October 2020 and captioned the adorable picture of her and her baby girl, “Bliss.”
Moreover, many are curious about the love story of the new parents, but they haven’t shared much regarding their early romantic days. However, McCain once shared one little story of their early days through her Instagram and wrote she was skeptical they would have any chemistry at all.
But, destined to be together, the couple has been married since 2017 and is enduring a happy relationship along with their little one.
Who Is Meghan McCain?
The American Conservative Columnist McCain is an author and a well-known tv personality; currently, a co-host at ABC show The View.
The 36-year-old is the daughter of renowned politician John McCain and a businesswoman, Cindy Hensle McCain.
Unfortunately, her father, who served as a U.S. Senator for Arizona, took his final breath in 2018 due to cancer. However, the senator was lucky enough to have witnessed his daughter’s wedding, which was supposed to be later but was pushed up because of his critical health condition.
Short Bio: Family, Education, Net Worth
The 39-year-old was born in 1982 in Jackson, Mississippi, and is the son of Douglas Domenech, an American government official. He grew up in South Carolina with his sister Emily Domenech, a Senior Policy Advisor serving the Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.
Domenech’s passion for his opinionated writing started as a teenager when he began writing on his personal blog and even wrote a column for the National Review Online magazine.
Later, he enrolled in the College of William and Marry but did not complete his education due to a job he had undertaken at the United States Department of Health and Human Services.