Sunny Hostin revealed on ‘The View’ that she lost her In-Laws to COVID-19. Here’s a look at who is Sunny’s husband, Emmanuel Hostin.
Sunny decided to be honest with her audience in the latest episode of ‘The View.’ She opened up about the tragedy that hit her family by stating, “Emmanuel lost his father (Dr. A. Emmanuel) on Dec. 28, at age 83 and lost his mother (Dr. Maria Jesus) on New Year’s Day at age 78,” as reported by USA Today.
Who is Sunny Hostin’s husband?
Emmanuel is a sports doctor and orthopedic surgeon. The pair are proud parents of two children, son Gabriel and daughter Paloma. Throughout her career, Sunny has kept her relationship private. However, she has not been afraid to show a glimpse into her life on her social media.
She has shared videos and pictures with Emmanuel that hint the pair are perfect for each other. Emmanuel has also participated in various medical missions. He provided medical assistance during the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. At the same time, Emmanuel and Sunny own Alvin & Friends restaurant together.
Sunny opened up about Emmanuel losing his parents to COVID-19. “Although I’ve chosen a very public career, as most of you know, those of you that know my husband, Manny, know that he is intensely private,” she said. “But after speaking with him, he felt that from a public health standpoint that it was very important for me to share that we are deeply saddened that Manny lost both of his parents over the holidays.”
She continued, “Emmanuel lost his father (Dr. A. Emmanuel) on Dec. 28, at age 83 and lost his mother (Dr. Maria Jesus) on New Year’s Day at age 78.”
Twitter reacts to Sunny Hostin’s news:
People on Twitter were quick to share words of encouragement with Sunny. “NO ONE is immune. COVID doesn’t discriminate. @Sunny Hostin is so courageous to share suck heartbreaking news of the recent of both her in-laws. Prays & love go out to your husband, you, and the family. Maybe they RIP,” one user wrote.
“Sunny Hostin said her husband lost his parents due to Covid on December 28 & January 1st. Now I’ve lost both my parents but I can’t fathom losing them both in such a short period of time. She said they were both physicians and did everything right and still got it,” another added.
“#SunnyHostin broke my heart today. This makes it all so real. Stay safe my friends & sometimes you can do all the right things to protect yourself, and it wasn’t enough. Two wonderful souls lost too soon,” wrote another.