Asunción “Sunny” Cummings Hostin, also known as Sunny Hostin, is an American lawyer, journalist, and talk show host. She is best known for being a co-host on ABC’s morning talk show The View.
She was born in New York, New York, on October 20, 1968. Her parents were William Cummings and Rosa Beza.
Before she was a co-host on The View, she worked as a journalist, a lawyer, and a social commentator. She was an attorney for the United States. She went to Binghampton University and Notre Dame Law School and got her degrees there.
Since 2007, Sunny Hostin has also been a legal analyst for CNN’s long-running show Headline News.
Know About Sunny Hostin’s Husband And Children
Sonny Hostin is married to Emmanuel Hostin, an orthopedic surgeon with 26 years of experience who works in New York.
They got married in 1998, and they are both very good at helping each other. Even though they work in totally different fields, the couple seems to handle their lives well and support each other.
They have a 20-year-old daughter named Gabriel Hostin and a 16-year-old son named Paloma Hostin. The public doesn’t know much about them, and Hostin’s family tries to stay out of the public eye.
Sunny Hostin’s Net Worth
According to the news, Hostin is thought to have a net worth of $3 million. She makes most of her money from her talk show, “The View,” and from her job as ABC News’ Senior Legal Correspondent and Analyst.
About Emmanuel’s wealth, it is thought that he has between $8 million and $10 million, which is a lot for a doctor. He is an orthopedic surgeon in New York.
Sunny Hostin Talked About Her Experience With Plastic Surgery
Sunny Hostin, the star of The View and a talk show host, talked about her experience with plastic surgery. She said it was more of a health decision and that she had thought about getting it done but was afraid of how it would turn out.
She said that she had liposuction done on her chin and waist, as well as a breast lift and reduction. She talked about how self-conscious she had been about her breasts in recent years and how she couldn’t carry her with full confidence.
She talks about how her orthopedic surgeon husband, Emmanuel Hostin, and her co-star, Joy Behar, reacted to her decision to have surgery. The co-star told her that the anesthesia could kill her, while his husband told her, “You’re beautiful. You’re hot. You’re sexy.”
Dr. Ryan Neinstein, a plastic surgeon in New York City, and Dr. Anna Steve, an expert on breast problems, did Hostin’s surgery. She hired a driver to take her to the hospital, and a personal nurse was sent to take care of her while she was there.
She went out in public a lot after her surgery and was heard saying that she now feels more confident and is no longer bothered by back pain and negative thoughts about her body. It wasn’t easy for her to go from a G-cup to a C-cup, but now that she has done it, she doesn’t have to be self-conscious about her body or how it looks.
It was her own choice, and she did it for her own health and self-care. She is happy she did it, and she says she now dances around her house naked all the time because it makes her feel great. She doesn’t know this, but I might be naked on The View!