Who is Chris Cuomo’s wife Cristina?

CRISTINA Cuomo, 51, describes herself as a mother-of-three, wellness worshiper, and the founder of Hamptons wellness publication the Purist.

The Southhampton, Long Island, native married Chris Cuomo on November 24, 2001.

Getty Images – Getty Chris Cuomo’s wife Cristina tested positive for the deadly coronavirus while helping him recover[/caption]

Who is Cristina Cuomo?

Cristina is the wife of former CNN personality Chris Cuomo.

She furthered her education at Cornell University, a private university in Ithaca, New York.

“Education, the environment, technology, and community service – these are the things that are important – but when I had three children, quality of life and health opened my heart to the world many parents live in: the world of wellness,” Cristina wrote in the About Us section of ThePuristOnline.

“The Purist is the place to discover ways to refine and define the life you seek. Here, you will find strength, equilibrium, peace of mind, lots of laughter, and loads of love.”

How many children do Chris and Cristina have?

Chris and Cristina share three children: 17-year-old Bella; 14-year-old Mario Cuomo; 11-year-old Carolina Regina.

Her eldest daughter Bella took part in a national school walkout, peacefully protesting gun violence in 2018.

Her son Mario is a black belt in karate, and her youngest Carolina is a gymnast.

Cristina told Mama & Tata bloggers in August 2017 about the values she hopes to instill in her children.

She said: “Every day is a learning experience as a mother and there are no tools to prepare us for each and every situation.

“But ideally I hope to instill a strong sense of kindness, confidence, and self-love as it pertains to their well-being in them.

“Those are the tools for navigating the world around us, as well as the tools for loving others properly as well as our environment.”

When did she get diagnosed with coronavirus?

Chris announced his wife tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this year.

A day after, Christina opened up about her diagnosis on Instagram and wrote: “You never know how strong you are, until being strong is your only choice.

“Covid-19 got me. A seemingly sinus-related infection was my first symptom.”

Cristina reportedly found it frustrating to be isolated away from her kids because Chris was also still in isolation, she said – noting he was feeling better and without a fever.

She added: “Bella, Mario and Carolina have grown up overnight.

“Bella, our 17-year-old daughter, stepped up cleaning, doing laundry, cooking for her siblings and getting them situated with google classroom, and caregiving her mother and father.

“Mario, her assistant. So much gratitude for them. I can’t wait to wrap my arms around them again.”

Cristina explained she took a naturopathic route to fight the virus, alongside her husband.

He reportedly used a special Chinese herb, some Peruvian plant bark and a nightly dose of CBD to try to speed up the recovery process.

When was the election?

Chris Cuomo and CNN had full coverage on Election Day on November 3, 2020.

Voters elected Joe Biden to replace Donald Trump in the 2020 election.

CNN fired Chris Cuomo over recently-uncovered messages that appear to show the former CNN anchor trying to help brother Andrew during the former New York governor’s sexual harassment scandal.
On Saturday, December 4, 2021, the news station shared the announcement of Cuomo’s termination, writing: “Chris Cuomo was suspended earlier this week pending further evaluation of new information that came to light about his involvement with his brother’s defense. We retained a respected law firm to conduct the review, and have terminated him, effective immediately.

“While in the process of that review, additional information has come to light. Despite the termination, we will investigate as appropriate.”

Getty Images – Getty Chris is using a special Chinese herb, some Peruvian plant bark and a nightly dose of CBD to try to speed up his recovery process[/caption]


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