Moving on doesn't mean that you forget about things. It means you have to accept what had happened and continue living. Alice Bell, producer of WNBC-TV's Live at Five is one of them who is currently in that phase.
Alice Bell who is known for producing NBC television network, WNBC-TV is currently living a single life after getting divorced from American television personality Al Roker. Let's know detail information about their relationship.
Know about the Alice's Married Life
A talented personality, Alice married Al Roker, Weather anchor of NBC's Today in late 1984. They together were blessed with a daughter, Courtney Roker.
The couple were married for around eight years. Sadly, the adorable couple could not continue their relationship and their divorce got finalized in 1992. However, the reason behind the divorce is still a mysterious and curious topic for all.
Know about the Alice's current relationship
Since her divorce with Al Roker, Alice has not been involved in other affairs. Neither she is seen hanging out with other men nor there is news regarding her relationship.
In another side, Alice's former husband is living a luxurious life with his journalist spouse, Deborah Roberts with two children, Nicholas Albert and Leila Roker. Likewise, Courtney also lives with them.
Besides getting involved in love affairs, Alice appears to be concentrating on her professional works. She has kept herself away from the social networking sites such as Twitter and Instagram. Correspondingly, she has not made any appearances in current time which has made harder to know about her personal stuff.
It looks like she might be focusing on her professional career and stays away from the media just to avoid any kind of controversies. Her extremely secretive nature is what makes everyone quite confuse about her personal life.
In another hand, Alice might be married or dating some but does not want to share anything with the media.
Alice's Bell former husband, Al Roker's Bio
Al Roker is an American actor, author, best known for being the weather` anchor on NBC's today. He began co-hosting the weather channel show called, Wake up in 2009. In the same year, he also released his first novel, The Morning Show Murders.
He wanted to become a cartoonist since his early childhood. He worked on several illustration projects on his high school but later he went to the State University of New York and pursued bachelor's degree in communication.
More recently, Al Roker has started working as Guest Ring Announcer for 2017, WWE WrestleMania 33.