Who is Noelle Watters?
Noelle K. Watters (née Inguagiato) was born on May 5, 1976 under the sign of Taurus, in New York City, USA. She is a 43-year-old fashion stylist and host, probably best known for hosting the short-lived show “iMag Style” on the Fox News Channel. She rose to prominence as the now ex-wife of famed political commentator Jesse Watters.
How rich is she right now? Noelle Watters net worth
As of early 2020, Noelle Watters net worth is estimated to be over $1 million, largely earned from her successful career in television.
Moreover, she probably won out of the divorce settlement of her famous husband, Jesse Watters, whose net worth is reported to be over $5 million.
Early life, nationality, ethnicity, education
Noelle Watters spent her early years in her hometown of New York City, raised by her father, Peter Inguagiato, and her mother, Rosemary Inguagiato. Her nationality is American and she belongs to a white ethnic group. After matriculation, she enrolled at Fairfield University, graduating in 1998 with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Noelle Watters developed her love for fashion at a very young age and wanted to make a career in the fashion industry. Her career began when she began working behind the camera at the Fox News Channel as part of the promotion and advertising department, where she was also responsible for fashion and entertainment segments. In 2011, Noelle hosted her own fashion show, called “iMag Style”, which earned her fame, even if it was short-lived. She also appeared as a fashion and style guide in “The O’Reilly Factor”.
In addition, she served as an anchor for the daily news and talk show “Outnumbered”.
Marriage to Jesse Watters and twin daughters
Noelle met her future husband Jesse Watters while they were working at the Fox News Channel. After dating for a while, the couple finally walked down the aisle in 2009. She gave birth to twins on November 4, 2011, named Sophie and Ellie. After their birth, Noelle left her job at Fox News to raise them.
In October 2017 she has filed for divorce, completed in March 2019. According to some reports, she did so because of her husband’s infidelity, and it wasn’t long before Jesse’s affair with 25-year-old producer Emma DiGiovine made headlines, which he later confirmed. Emma worked on his show but was transferred to another to avoid further complications. Anyway, they continued their relationship and got engaged in August 2019. Jesse and Emma tied the knot in January 2020.
On the other hand, Noelle is currently single.
Who is her ex-husband? Jesse Watters short wiki/bio
Jesse Watters was born on July 9, 1978 under the sign of Cancer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He spent his early years in the Germantown and East Falls neighborhoods where he was raised by his father, Stephen Watters, and his mother, Anne Watters. He attended William Penn Charter School, then moved with his family to Long Island, New York, and continued his education there.
After matriculation, he enrolled at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, graduating in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history.
Right after graduating from college, Jesse got involved in journalism since landing a job at the Fox News Channel in 2002, initially working behind the scenes as a production assistant. In the following year, he was promoted to staff member of the news and talk show “The O’Reilly Factor”.
Jesse came up with the idea for the “Watters’ World” segment, which was approved by the show’s producers, so he made his on-screen debut in June 2004 as part of “The O’Reilly Factor”. In the segment, Jesse conducted interviews on various topics with people on the street, so he quickly became known as an ambush journalist. Regardless, the segment grew in popularity and eventually developed into the show of the same title that he hosted, which premiered on March 11, 2015. “Watters World” was highly acclaimed and brought him international fame. Jesse has now hosted over 190 episodes.
Other successful projects
In addition, Jesse continued to appear as a guest co-host on “The O’Reilly Factor”. In 2013, he began serving as a guest host on the daily conservative news/talk show ‘Fox & Friends’ and the panel talk show ‘The Five’. He was eventually promoted to the position of co-host of “The Five” in 2017. Between 2014 and 2019, he also guest-hosted the daily news and talk show “Outnumbered”. the “Final Exam” segment on the talk show ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’.