” Explaining how she finally came to the decision to get pregnant, she disclosed that she had basically come to her wits end as a woman “approaching forty” who “was going through this horrible divorce,” who “had lost everything” in her home after a pipe burst upstairs,’ and who, while sitting on her stoop thought, ‘Oh, my god…this, this is it; I don’t have a family; [and] I don’t have children.” Gushing over her adoring “hubby,” she declared, “And, thank goodness, I met this wonderful man!After a period of time…he was open to going to fertility.” On Friday, Kyra had a whole new sales pitch to plug her book to the spiel saying, “I had spent my whole life working on my career, and then all of a sudden, there I was in Iraq covering the war: I was going through a horrible divorce; I came home–my house had flooded because a pipe burst upstairs; I had nothing; and I was sitting on my porch thinking, ‘Oh, my god, it’s never going to happen; and I had a huge anxiety attack.” Pointing to her fertility doctor and co-author of her book, Kyra exclaimed, “And, so, thank god for Jamie!” Giggling, she bawdily declared, “I like to say, ‘I love my husband but this man got me pregnant!
He joined the network as a senior national correspondent in January 2011, based in the Atlanta bureau.She also gained some popularity after she was named the last journalist to fly in an F-14 Tomcat before it officially retired. As a married couple they lived together for about eight years and they got divorced in 2008.Born as Kyra June Phillips in San Diego, California, United States of America to highly educated parents, Kyra was raised in the city of Jacksonville. In 2009, Kyra was seen having romantic love affairs with John Roberts. They got engaged the following year and they welcomed twins on 15th of March 2011.Kura gained her primary education from Helix High School and she also graduated from there.Then she joined University of Southern California and graduated from there with a bachelor's degree in journalism.