GOP senator Josh Hawley is married to a former law professor at the University of Missouri.
The pair reside in Columbia, Missouri but own a home in northern Virginia and purchased it when Hawley was elected to the US Senate.
Who is Josh Hawley’s wife?
Josh Hawley, 41, is a Republican US Senator from Missouri married to lawyer Erin Morrow Hawley.
Morrow Hawley is a senior legal fellow at Independent Women’s Law Center.
She previously served as an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Missouri where she taught constitutional litigation, federal income tax, tax policy, and agricultural law.
Additionally, she practiced appellate law at King & Spalding LLP and Kirkland & Ellis LLP, both in Washington, DC.
Morrow Hawley also worked at the Department of Justice as counsel to Attorney General Michael Mukasey and served as a former clerk to Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. of the Supreme Court.
When did they marry and do they have children?
The Hawley’s married in 2010 and have three children: Elijah, Blaise, and Abigail Hawley.
Morrow Hawley gave birth to their daughter Abigail the week of November 13, 2020, with her husband sharing the news on Facebook.
The US senator wrote: “Erin and I were blessed by the arrival of our daughter – Abigail – our third child and first girl! Momma and baby are both doing great.”
He also shared a few pictures of their newborn writing: “bringing my girls home, baby and Momma.”
Do the Hawley's have a podcast together?
On Monday, October 25, 2021, Senator Hawley took to Twitter to announce he and his wife, Erin, started a podcast.
In the tweet, he wrote:
"Erin and I are delighted to share our new podcast – about our family, our faith, and the things that matter most in life. It’s called This Is Living. Hope you’ll join us".
A 47-second video trailer was also attached to the tweet.
The first episode aired the same day, with the couple introducing themselves and their mission.
The podcast is available to listen to on Apple, with video footage also released on Hawley's Youtube profile.
Apple's description of the new show states:
"Senator Josh Hawley and his wife Erin, a Supreme Court attorney, invite you to share life with them as they pull back the curtain on their faith, family, and hope for the future."
In an interview with Fox News, the senator spoke openly about the new podcast.
"We thought it'd be really fun to do something together and to maybe pull back the curtain a bit on our lives and our family life and just the day-to-day living that we do," he said.
"It's not a political hot takes show, it's not a commentary."
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