Andrea Grymes is a CBS network anchor and reporter based in New York. In July 2013, the former honorary Texan joined CBS2 News as a general assignment reporter, and she now co-anchors the weekend morning newscast.
Andrea has reported on a wide range of topics for CBS. One of her most memorable assignments was covering President Donald Trump’s first foreign trip, which took her to Italy and Israel. She has also frequently reported live from the White House and the United States Capitol.
Andrea’s CBS career highlights include Pope Francis’ visit to New York, the arrest of the Chelsea and Seaside Heights bombing suspects, a life-threatening Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia, and the Mets’ 2015 playoff run.
Andrea Grymes: Husband and Married Life
\Andrea, who is several inches shorter than her beloved father, walked down the aisle holding her father’s hand and married the love of her life.
On December 16, 2017, she had her December wedding. Her wedding photos say it all and look as fresh as the day it happened.
The married couple quickly announced that they were expanding their family, revealing the impending arrival of their December baby on June 16th, 2018.
This is why, aside from Christmas, the couple has so much to celebrate in December. On Christmas Day 2018, the couple welcomed their heartthrob, a boy named Gary John. Their newfound hobby has been parenting the beautiful boy in the midst of their respective hectic careers.
Andrea, who enjoys listening to country music and exploring New York City, has added one more member to her small group.
Andrea and her husband even took their child on his first family vacation, which included a tour of Montauk, New York, on July 13, 2019.
Andrea Grymes Biography: Age, Education
Andrea grew up on July 7th, celebrating her birthday with her three siblings, two sisters and a younger brother. She considers herself to be the luckiest child to have been born to her parents, as she states in several social media posts, particularly on Father’s and Mother’s Day.
Although she stated that she “got it for her mom,” she has yet to reveal what ethnicity she is descended from her parents and their ancestors.
Andrea, 35, was born in Queens as Andrea Helen Grymes and raised on Long Island and in Texas. While delivering the morning announcements for her high school’s television station in her mid-teens, she discovered her passion for television news.
However, it was not factors such as fame and salary that motivated her to pursue a career in broadcast journalism.
Andrea completed her formal education by receiving a magna cum laude from Southern Methodist University with a double major in journalism and political science.
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