Susan Andrews chose to stay home with her children rather than pursue a professional career; Tucker Carlson’s wife has been at his side since they were in high school…
Susan Andrews is best known as the wife of news anchor Tucker Carlson. Not much is known about the couple’s life, although Andrews once escaped an immediate threɑt by hiding in her pantry while intruders tried to enter her home through the front door.
The TV presenter was able to finish her education thanks to the help provided by her father.
Susan Andrews’ husband, Tucker Carlson, also came from a less privileged background. While they were still in school together, he pursued her with great passion, and when the time came, Carlson proposed to Andrews.
Carlson was a senior in college at the time of the couple’s wedding, which took place in Rhode Island in the early 1990s. They had a wonderful time on their honeymoon in Bermuda, and soon after started their family.
Andrews, who was married to a former Fox and Friends weekend host, stayed home to raise their four children and devote her life to being a stay-at-home mom.
Andrews and Carlson first met when Carlson was 14 and attending boarding school for the first time. Her father, Reverend George Andrews, served as director of the institution.
All of Carlson’s old classmates had vivid and fun memories of him while he was still in school. On the other hand, Andrews remembered him with a warmer feeling, as she explained: “His walk was lively. Even then, he gave off an optimistic and happy vibe.”
Carlson considered Andrews “the tenth most beautiful college student in America” and the two began dating shortly thereafter.
In 2005, Andrews’ husband debuted on a program called “Tucker,” but the show’s popularity didn’t last long, despite its initial success. Carlson experienced depression following the show’s cancellation, during which he worried about providing for his family and how he would support them financially. Due to the cancellation of the program, he lost his job, and his family would soon be forced into poverty.
The couple moved from their former home in Alexandria, Virginia to Madison, New Jersey; however, they were forced to move again and are now living with Carlson’s old friend, Neil Patel, in Washington, DC, and throughout the event, Andrews never left Carlson’s side.
In 2018, the family faced another terrifying ordeal when Andrews was home alone with her family when she heard loud banging and shouting at the front door. Andrews was preparing to go to dinner at the time. She was so scared that she thought there was some annoying person in the house, so she hid in the pantry and called the police.
It was a blessing that none of their children were home, but Carlson had to be at work because he was scheduled to appear for two hours live on Fox News. After calling 911, Andrews sent her husband multiple texts to update him on the situation after she had already called 911. In turn, what she believed to be an invasion was really a protest.
They used group chants to threɑten the Fox News anchor, letting her know they knew where she lived and reminding her she was just as vulnerable as they were. Carlson claims that the protesters had placards with his address and demanded that he leave the area.
They also carried signs with them. At the time, he was trying to find out who was responsible for organizing the meeting, but he didn’t know who did it.
Police were said to have responded within minutes of being notified, and by the time the protesters had left, perimeter security around Carlson’s residence had been beefed up.
In a tweet, Megyn Kelly, who once worked as a reporter for Fox News, rushed to Tucker Carlson’s aid and said his family did not deserve to go through such a terrifying experience.