LORRAINE Martin Smothers, the wife of broadcast journalist Chris Wallace, is a chef and author.
The pair have been married for 23 years after Smothers ended her first marriage in 1993.
Who is Lorraine Martin Smothers?
Lorraine Martin Smothers is the wife of Fox News journalist Chris Wallace.
Wallace has been with the network since 2005 and will be moderating the first presidential debate on September 29.
Smothers is a published author and chef who has three cookbooks under her belt, including Amazon best-seller Mrs. Sunday's Soups.
She said: “I was faced with a dilemma: how to feed both of my guys in a timely and nourishing manner, and how to bring our family together, even for a short time. The answer was soup… and I served a different one each week.”
How long have Chris Wallace and Lorraine Martin Smothers been married?
Wallace and Smothers tied the knot in 1997.
It was the second marriage for both of them. Lorraine’s first marriage was to comedian and musician Dick Smothers, who is best known for his role on the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour on CBS in the the late 60's.
Wallace and Smothers live in a $1.1million home in Washington, D.C. according to Heavy.com.
Do Chris Wallace and Lorraine Martin Smothers have children together?
Wallace and Smothers have six children total from previous marriages.
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Wallace had four children, Peter, Megan, and twins Andrew and Catherine from his first marriage.
Smothers has one son and one daughter, Sarah and Remick, from her past relationship.
Wallace wrote in the forward of his wife's cookbook, "I don’t think it’s an overstatement to say we created our version of the Brady Bunch around the kitchen table.”