The Truth About Sean Hannity's Girlfriend, Fox News Host Ainsley Earhardt

While Sean Hannity might be the most well-known host at Fox News, his current girlfriend is also a popular personality at the conservative network.

Ainsley Earhardt earned a journalism degree from the University of South Carolina in 1999. After graduation she took a job as a reporter at a local station in Columbia, South Carolina, and was named the Best Personality of the Year by Columbia Metropolitan Magazine (via The Famous People). In 2005, Earhardt joined KENS-TV in San Antonio, Texas before moving to New York in 2007 to join Fox News as a co-host at "Fox & Friends." She dedicated her first day there to her parents, telling TVNewser via The Famous People, "They are amazing people. They've worked so hard to give me so much." 

In addition to her work on "Fox & Friends," she also co-hosted "Fox and Friends Weekend," "Fox's All-American New Year's Eve," and "America's News Headquarters," and frequently appears on "Hannity" in a segment called "Ainsley Across America." She also co-authored two children's books, which she penned for her daughter, Hayden.

"I wrote 'Take Heart, My Child' when I was pregnant with Hayden and then 'Through Your Eyes' after she was born," she told Tampa Bay Parenting. "They were inspired by my own childhood teachings, which I wanted to pass on to my daughter and children all over the world. They are filled with messages of love, hope and forgiveness."

Sean and Ainsley have not confirmed their relationship

Sean Hannity has reportedly been dating fellow Fox News host Ainsley Earhardt since 2019 (via Distractify). The couple started their relationship after Hannity's 25-year marriage to Jill Rhodes came to an end. Earhardt has been married twice. She married Kevin McKinney in 2005 and they divorced in 2010. Two years later, Earhardt married Will Proctor, with whom she shares daughter Hayden. Their marriage ended in 2019 (via The Famous People).

Hannity and Earhardt seemingly made their relationship public in 2020 when they showed up at a party together via helicopter. A source told Vanity Fair that Earhardt hosted "Fox & Friends" from the basement of Hannity's Long Island mansion, and she also uses his lawyer as her television agent. However, neither have confirmed they are a couple as of this writing.

"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," Ainsley said in a statement. "I am not dating anyone."

Ainsley Earhardt is still open to marriage

Both of Ainsley Earhardt's marriages ended amid reports of infidelity. She wed her college sweetheart Kevin McKinney in 2005 and they divorced in 2009 amid rumors that McKinney was unfaithful (via Heavy). In 2012, Earhardt married Will Proctor, a former starting quarterback for Clemson, and their daughter Hayden was born in 2015. Three years later, the couple split after Proctor allegedly cheated with one of Earhardt's best friends, which he denied.

"There is not one ounce of truth to the allegations that I had an affair," Proctor said, according to the New York Post. "I am disappointed that this private matter has become public. I remain focused on and committed to being the best Dad, and maintaining a friendship with my wife even though she has decided to move on."

Despite two failed unions, the "Fox & Friends" host is open to marrying again. "I would love to find love again and I want to demonstrate a loving relationship for Hayden one day. But I'm not sure when that will be," she said (via Distractify). "I know that God will put the right man in my life if that's his will, and he'll do it in his time."

She also wants more kids

While Ainsley Earhardt is enjoying a thriving career on Fox News, her biggest priority is her 5-year-old daughter Hayden, whom she shares with ex-husband Will Proctor. Although their split was allegedly due to his infidelity, Earhardt explained to People that the two are focused on amicably co-parenting, and even live near one another in New York City.

"We're focusing on moving ahead and raising our daughter. We honestly wish each other nothing but the best, and we will remain friends for the rest of our lives because we share this precious, beautiful daughter together. She is our top priority," she said.

Earhardt realizes how lucky she is to have a job that makes spending time with her daughter easier. She works in the mornings, and then is with Hayden for the rest of the day. She also hopes to have more children, revealing that she has even frozen her eggs in case she decides to expand her family in the future. "I had Hayden so late in my life, and I'm in my 40s, so I would be open to that 1,000 percent," she explained. "If I met someone who had a lot of kids, that would be great. I just love children and I love being a mother, so I won't rule that out."