Sean Hannity and Wife Jill Rhodes Reveal They’ve Divorced After More Than 20 Years of Marriage

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Fox News anchor, Sean Hannity and his wife Jill Rhodes have officially ended their marriage of over 20 years. While the couple separated years ago, and officially divorced a year ago, they have decided to reveal the news to the public with a joint statement.

“Sean and Jill are committed to working together for the best interests of their children,” the couple told People in a joint statement. “Amicable agreements were entered into over four years ago between Sean and Jill. They maintain a close relationship as parents to their children.”

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The statement continued saying, “Neither will have any further comments and ask for sake of their children that their privacy be respected.”

Sean and Jill tied the knot in 1993 and share two children together— a son, Patrick and daughter Merri Kelly. The couple lives on Long Island and are keeping things amicable.

Sean is best known for his conservative political views as anchor and host on host of Fox News’ Hannity and host of  The Sean Hannity Show, a nationally syndicated talk radio show.

Sean most recently surprised the conservative base when he opposed the President and spoke out against Michigan protesters, marching to get their city opened up during the coronavirus.

“I’m the number one supporter [on] radio and television, that I know of, [of the] First Amendment and the Second Amendment. Now, no one is a bigger defendant of the Second Amendment than yours truly,” he told the audience on Hannity.

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“Everyone has the right to protest, protect themselves and try to get the country open. This, with the militia look here, and these long guns, uh… no. Show of force is dangerous. That puts our police at risk. And by the way, your message will never be heard, whoever you people are. No one should be attempting to intimidate officials with a show of force, and God forbid, something happens.”. He concluded, “Then they’re going to go after all of us law-abiding Second Amendment people.”

We wish the couple and family the best moving forward.