How would you feel when your lover changes into your life partner or say soul mate? At the particular time, you will get butterflies through your whole body. Haha… The case is same for Sunlen Miller… Oops now called Sunlen Serfaty.
Today, we will be particularly discussing how the lovebirds met for the first time. Know more about her marriage life, her husband, and their children.
Sunlen Serfaty's Married Life
Before we directly move on to the topic, we will be first talking about who Sunlen Serfaty is. Sunlen is a versatile and popular news correspondent working with CNN based in Washington, D.C.
Ok, now let's talk about how the love birds Sunlen and Alexis met for the first time. Sunlen and Alexis first saw each other in Rose Park, Georgetown. It was the year 2006 when Alexis moved back to Washington and attended the political fundraiser programmer.
The couple first met through their mutual friends and chatted briefly. Till then Sunlen and Alexis started chatting and calling each other. After a very long time talking and understanding each other, the couple first met for dinner at Firefly in Dupont.
After dating for such a long time, or after loads of hangouts and dates, Sunlen Miller and Alexis Serfaty finally got married on August 3, 2013. It was like after knowing each other for around 7 years, the couple finally tied the knot. There is no any such news regarding their fights ever been published in the media.
The couple doest have any children right now. Looks like the couple is quite busy and is not planning for any children right now.
Alexis Serfaty is 33 years old lucky guy who works as a policy adviser in Washington for the Department of Transportation. Alexis is actually best known as the husband of Sunlen, husband of Emmy award winning Journalist. Alexis studied in College of' William and Marry' where he got graduated and studied Masters in Political Science in Paris Institute of Political Studies there.
The name of Alexis's parent is Gail F. Serfaty and Simon H. Sefarty. Actually, Gail is a senior professor of United States foreign policy at Old Dominion University in Norfolk whereas her wife Simon was the director overseeing the operations of the diplomatic reception rooms at the State Department in Washington.