HLN's Yasmin Vossoughian is Married to husband Whittaker Lindsay Clifford. See their wedding photos.

May 7, 2017
First Published On: August 29, 2016

Yasmin Vossoughian who is known for her peculiar nose has maintained her single status for quite a long time. But-but-but there have always been desires for this young lady to get married and start a family of her own. An avid dog and yoga lover Yasmin got married recently at the end of June to Whittaker Lindsay Clifford in a close affair with all her loved ones together. Yes, that’s right Yasmin Vossoughian is now Mrs. Clifford.

Sharing the pictures on her official Facebook page Yasmin expressed her happiness by tagging the weekend of June end as the best day of her life.

Whittaker who lives in Atlanta, Georgia is a native of Florida and has a lovely family of his own. The best part of this though is that Yasmin too is seen as a strong member of the family as her in-laws are often seen posting the happy times of the family together.

Yasmin who got punked by @Fart too is an HLN Correspondent while Clifford works for the family business (Clifford Associates Inc.)She was given all the happy wishes and truckloads of good luck in late June after which she took an off to be a part of her big day with her man. The couple went to Ireland for their honeymoon and their wedding ring also looks apt. Both of them look very much in love and well Yasmin looks pregnant in that wedding gown.


Initially, in April 2016 Yasmin was congratulated over her engagement with Clifford by Jennifer Williams. Not just that on her official Facebook page Yasmin was also given best wishes by Ronald C. Davis.


Dressed in a white satin gown Yasmin looked lovely taking the vows towards a new life with Clifford all surrounded by her people. The gazebo style marriage with the sun setting in the background is definitely the perfect destination to start a new life because the new sunrise absolutely bought a new life for her.


We wish Yasmin and Whittaker many many congratulations and wish for them to have a happy marriage ahead.