JUST IN : Steamy rumors for Sean Hannity dating Fellow Fox News Host – Here is the truth

It’s been a whiIe since we reported that Fox News host Sean Hannity was divorcing his wife Jill Rhodes, who he had been married to for over twenty years.

Now, steamy rumors have been swirling that he is dating “Fox & Friends” host Ainsley Earhardt, and while they won’t confirm it, they aren’t denying it either. Page Six reported that the rumors have spread Iike wildfire ever since Hannity, 58, and Earhardt, 43, were seen together during lockdown near his home on Long Island, New York. Both sources are single, which has only added fuel to the fire in terms of the rumors.

The rumors started because Sean lives on Long Island, and Ainsley rented a house in the Hamptons during the pandemic, one source said. Sean has a studio at his home, and Ainsley has been using his studio as her remote broadcast Iocation for ‘Fox & Friends.

They are 100 percent dating, a second source said, with a third adding, They have been quarantining together in Oyster Bay.

They have been seen together in the area. Both Hannity and Earhardt released statements through the same Fox News spokesperson in which they refused to confirm the rumors. I do not discuss my personal Iife in public, Hannity said, with Earhardt saying in her statement, “Right now I am focused on raising my daughter. As anyone at Fox News will tell you, Sean is a wonderful person and whomever he chooses to date will be extremely fortunate.

I am not dating anyone, she added in a follow-up statement. Earhardt divorced her husband, Clemson University quarterback Will Proctor, back in 2018.

Together, they are parents to a 4 year-old daughter named Hayden. Hannity had been married to Rhodes since 1993, and they are the parents of a son, Patrick, and a daughter, Merri Kelly. Though their divorced was onIy just confirmed, friends say they had actually been divorced for over a year. Sean and Jill are committed to working together for the best interests of their children. Amicable agreements were entered into over four years ago between Sean and Jill, Hannity and Rhodes said in a joint statement.

They maintain a close reIationship as parents to their children. Neither will have any further comments and ask for the sake of their children that their privacy be respected.

15 Famous People of the Past Whose Depictions Prove That Photoshop Existed, Even in the Nineteenth Century

Photo editing programs have long been a part of our lives, so you can rarely see a photo that hasn’t been retouched. However, it’s wrong to think that Photoshop belongs only to the modern world. People have been improving the looks of their portraits for centuries. That means there were specialists in photo retouching that date all the way back to the nineteenth century. Even painters have worked hard to make models look more beautiful than they really were.

At Bright Side, we searched the archives and found photos of royalty from the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century, and we compared them to their portrait paintings. At the end of the article, we’ll show you what Vincent van Gogh really looked like.

Isabella II of Spain (1830 — 1904)

Mary of Teck, the spouse of George V (1867 — 1953)

Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, the mother of Queen Elizabeth II (1900 — 2002)

Princess Helena of the United Kingdom (1846 — 1923)

Victoria, Princess Royal, German Empress (1840 — 1901)

Charlotte of Belgium (1840 — 1927)

Sophie of Württemberg, Queen of the Netherlands (1818 — 1877)

Queen Victoria (1819 — 1901)

Maria Christina of Austria, Queen-consort of Spain (1858 — 1929)

Maria Luisa of Bourbon-Parma, Princess-consort of Bulgaria (1870 — 1899)

Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna of Russia (1882 — 1957)

Princess Beatrice of the United Kingdom, Queen Victoria’s fifth daughter (1857 — 1944)

Alexandra Feodorovna, the spouse of Nicholas II of Russia (1872 — 1918)

Princess Alice of Battenberg, the mother-in-law of Queen Elizabeth II (1885 — 1969)

Alexandra of Denmark, the spouse of Edward VII (1844 — 1925)

onus: Vincent van Gogh (1853 — 1890)

What do you think about Photoshop? Do you use it often? Tell us in the comments below.

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