Christiane Amanpour divorcing husband after 20 years

Christiane Amanpour divorcing husband after 20 years

- Christiane Amanpour; and husband of 20 years, Jamie Rubin, are divorcing

- The couple, who have a teenage son, wed in Italy in 1998 after finding romance in war-torn Sarajevo

CNN host Christiane Amanpour and husband Jamie Rubin are divorcing after 20 years of marriage, according to a friend.

The couple, who are both journalists, fell in love over 'late night margaritas' while working in war-torn Sarajevo.

They tied the knot in a swanky wedding ceremony in 1998, in Italy, attended by John F. Kennedy Jr. and wife Carolyn, diplomat Richard Holbrooke, Clinton aide Sidney Blumenthal and former Deputy National Security Adviser James Steinberg.

Christiane Amanpour divorcing husband after 20 years

CNN’s Christiane Amanpour divorcing husband of 20 years. Source: CNN

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Despite the plans to divorce, as first reported by the Washington Post, the couple appeared together last weekend at their only child Darius' graduation from the 500-year-old English boarding school for boys, Tonbridge School in Kent.

Christiane Amanpour, 60, the host of CNN's global affairs show 'Amanpour,' recently took over Charlie Rose's prime-time PBS slot after he was accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women.

Jamie, 58, a former diplomat, journalist and Bill Clinton-era assistant secretary of state for public affairs, is writing and consulting for lobbying firm Ballard Partners.

Christiane Amanpour, who was born to an Iranian father and a British mother in London and raised in Tehran, is a highly accomplished journalist who has won countless awards, including Emmys and Peabodys, as well as numerous honorary doctorates and degrees for her work.

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Amanpour moved to the US to study journalism at the University of Rhode Island, which she graduated summa cum laude, before being hired by CNN on the foreign desk in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1983.

Amanpour's first big assignment was covering the Iran–Iraq War, and she has since reported on major crises from many of the world's hotspots, including Iraq, Afghanistan, the Palestinian territories, Iran, Israel, Pakistan, Somalia, Rwanda, and the Balkans.

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