Kaitlan Collins is an American journalist and Chief White House Correspondent for CNN. Previously, she was the White House correspondent for the right-wing website The Daily Caller.
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Kaitlan Collins Height, Weight & Body Measurements
Kaitlan Collins stands tall at an approximate height of 5 feet 6 or 167 cm and her weight is around 121 lbs or 55 kgs. Similarly, she has a chest-waist-hip measurement of 34-26-35 inches respectively. Likewise, the American actress has dark brown eyes and curly dark brown hair.
Kaitlan Collins Boyfriend, Dating & Affair
Kaitlan Collins is most probably single at present. The American Journalist has not shared any information or social media posts regarding this matter. Nevertheless, when she is ready, the talented, beautiful, and charming actress/singer is sure to have numerous people lining up to be in a relationship with her.
Kaitlan Collins Bio, Age & Early Life
Kaitlan Collins was born on April 7, 1992 in Prattville, Alabama, U.S. She is 29-yrs old, as of 2021. She is the second oldest of four children. Her father, Jeff Collins, is a mortgage banker.
Kaitlan Collins Wiki, Zodiac, Biography
|April 7, 1992
|Prattville, Alabama, U.S.
|approx 5 feet 6 inches
|approx 55 Kg
|approx 34-26-35 inches
|Bra Cup Size
|$1.2 million, as of 2021
How much is the net worth of Kaitlan Collins?
In 2018, the group Log Cabin Republicans unearthed some tweets from her time at Alabama in 2011.On June 16, 2021, at his press conference following his Geneva summit with Vladimir Putin. Her net worth is estimated to be $1.2 million, as of 2021.
Kaitlan Collins Trivia
- Kaitlan Collins was in the news again after White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany refused to call on Collins, explaining “I don’t call on activists.”
- After graduating from college, Collins moved to Washington, D.C.
- She traveled with President Trump to at least half a dozen countries.
- In April 2020, Collins questioned the president about his claim of total authority to manage social distancing restrictions related to the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19.