Feb 06, 2014 09:38 PM EST

Sean Hannity Wife [PHOTOS] Meet American TV Host-Author Hannity's Wife Jill Rhodes!


Sean Hannity's wife instantly gained a lot of interest from the public after Sean's revelation that he is lusting for other women other than his better half. The FOX News Channel (FNC) host admitted the big reveal before the year 2013 ended, and now, his wife has become one of the top searched names on the Internet. So who is Sean Hannity's wife?

In his biography published on FOX News website, it was stated that the TV host/author/ and conservative political commentator is married to Jill Rhodes, a former columnist for the Huntsville Times. The couple tied the knot way back in 1993 and they have two kids as of late.

According to a People Archive article, it was his stint at WVNN radio in Huntsville, Alabama in 1991 that led him to his wife Jill Rhodes. Their romance blossomed when he frequently solicited Jill's ideas since she was a political columnist for the Huntsville Times back then.

It was even noted that Sean Hannity's wife was charmed by the host because of his frequent voice-mail messages and incessant exchange of ideas.

In an interview for People, Sean Hannity's wife recalled that when she was asked by Sean to attend a mayoral debate, she knew that he was the man he wanted to marry all along. "I looked at his face and I said, 'That is the man I'm going to marry,'" she said.

After exclusively dating for more than a year, the two tied the knot in 1993.

As of today, the two along with their kids Patrick and Merri live in their five-bedroom house on Long Island.

Sean Hannity's career is very prolific despite the bumps and twists he took in the past. He managed to secure interviews with numerous key newsmakers and political figures. He has interviewed former President George W. Bush, former Vice President Dick Cheney, Reverend Jesse Jackson, and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich.

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