Michelle Kosinski Married a Widower in 2014: Who is Her Husband?

Many couples dream of marrying at the Anderson House in Washington, D.C., a 112-year-old historic home located at 2118 Massachusetts Avenue.

Michelle Kosinski, a former foreign correspondent for NBC News (2010–2014), is one of the fortunate few who have seized the opportunity to marry at the famed Chateau. Kosinski, a CNN White House journalist, married a widower in Anderson House; you’re undoubtedly aware of this. However, are you aware of her husband’s identity?

On August 9, 2014, Kosinski married Kimpbell Rush Ducan, a former investment banker. Kimpbell is the father of twins of elementary school age (Sophia and Nikita).

Additionally, he is a philanthropist. Additionally, he represents a number of biotechnology firms. He also manages the Rush Foundation, which is dedicated to identifying effective strategies for halting the spread of HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa.

They initially met at a party in London, where Michelle was working as a foreign correspondent for NBC News.

The bridegroom wore an Oscar de la Renta gown and the bride wore a Tartan Scottish National Dress for their Catholic wedding. Polish dancers performed a traditional polka dance at the reception. The cross-cultural wedding can be seen in the video below.

Kosinski’s engagement announcement in August 2013 stunned the world, considering she had never been seen with him previously. She later expressed gratitude to her supporters for their Facebook greetings.

Though Kimpbell is an American, he spent the previous two decades in the United Kingdom. He later relocated to the United States following Michelle’s ESPN spell.

Their marriage has been going swimmingly up until this point. In July 2015, it was reported that the cops halted the party they organized in Notting Hill after neighbors complained about the non-stop African drumming.

Correspondent for the White House, Michelle Kosinski

Michelle began her career in 2014 as a White House Correspondent for CNN. She accepted the role after bidding farewell to NBC and has been devoted to the job ever since. Additionally, she served as CNN’s lead reporter for the network’s coverage of the Republican Presidential Candidates in 2016.

Over the years, the Northwestern University graduate has traveled the world for news coverage. She has witnessed it all, from the Afghanistan War to the 2010 Haiti Earthquake. She has worked on a variety of networks throughout the years, including NBC, WIFR, and WSOC-TV.

She even worked as a foreign journalist for NBC in 2011 while residing in London. This was presumably when she met her future husband, Kimbell. In a peculiar sense of comedy, it was her work that brought her and her fated one together.