Yamiche Alcindor, a White House correspondent for PBS NewsHour, is a happy woman whose spouse works in the same field as her—journalism.

They are both public individuals who report on national and international events. The other journalists, on the other hand, have chosen to keep their personal lives private and have kept their marriage lives under wraps.

In 2018, Alcindor married her husband

Nathaniel Cline, a Georgetown University graduate, and the Georgetown University graduate began dating in late 2017 or early 2018. They chose to legalize their relationship after a short time, and on March 3, 2018, they exchanged wedding vows.

Three days after their wedding, on March 6, 2018, the former USA Today news reporter took to Twitter to share a photo from her wedding. She added in the caption that she’ll be taking a break to enjoy her wedding with her now-husband.

Since then, the journalism duo has savored the time they have spent together. Their relationship may be seen on the couple’s official Twitter account, where they occasionally mention their other halves. For example, when Essence magazine sent a tweet encouraging readers to raise their hands if they enjoy a good groom cry on November 16, 2018, the former Cleveland.com sports reporter retweeted it with the words “no tears for me.” He even joked that he hoped his wife would catch his velvet shoes in the same tweet.

Later, the Gwen Ifill Award recipient shared her husband’s tweet, applauding his wit and remarking that this is the man she married.


She enjoys conversing with her husband

The pressure on Alcindor, as one of the top correspondents reporting directly from the White House, is great. To ask challenging questions of the President, one must be prepared and forceful. In her situation, she has found a partner who is aware of her responsibilities and the pressures she faces at work. She shared how she decompresses after a stressful day at work on Late Night with Seth Meyers on April 10, 2020, while discussing the same issue.

The 2013 Emerging Journalist of the Year explained in an exclusive interview that she relaxes with her husband and considers herself fortunate to have him by her side. She also claimed that she and her spouse discuss about their days and that they listen to Bill Withers on repeat.

According to her statement, she enjoys spending time with her spouse, and their closeness is strengthening with each passing day.


By Meera