How exciting would it be, when your love partner proposes you for marriage? What would you do when your lover wants to tie a knot with you? You do not get Goosebumps, do you? It’s for sure, you will get excited. Sunlen Miler, Oh sorry; now its Sunlen Serfaty had experienced similar thing in her life. Today we shall be covering all the news and facts of Sulen Serfaty married life, her dating life and husband’s name.
Sunlen Serfaty Dating Life
The news columnist, Sunlen is one popular media personality who works for CNN network, Washington D.C. Going through her love life; we found out that Sunlen and her current husband Alexis Serfaty saw each other for the first time in Georgetown, Rose Park. Alexis went back to Washington in the year 2006 and while attending political fundraiser program, he saw her.
At first, both started conversation with the help of their friends; although they never met. All the conversations were done through phone and social media. When they began understanding each other, they decided to meet and they encountered each other at Firefly Restaurant.
Sunlen Serfaty Married Life
After being in relationship for seven years long, the duo finally agreed to take big step and get married. The duo, Sunlen and Alexis tied knot on 3rd August, 2013; Washington Post confirms. Their wedding ceremony was worth watching as their half-decade love bloomed and they are still in too much love.
In regards to their disputes and scandals, there is no news till date. There has never been scoop of their on-off life and the duo really might be enjoying married life so far. If you think this couple to bear babies, they aren’t! It might be because of their busy schedule.
Quick Bio on Sunlen Serfaty’s Husband Alexis Serfaty
Alexis, 33, is the policy adviser in Department of Transportation of Washington. More than that, he is the husband of Sunlen Serfaty. He graduated in Political Science from Paris Institute of Political Studies.
Talking about his parents, his father is Gail F. Serfaty who works as professor of US Foreign Policy for the University of Old Dominion. His mother is Simon H. Serfaty who once was Diplomatic Reception Rooms’ director.