Benjamin Hall is a British journalist living in Washington, D.C., who works as a State Department correspondent for Fox News Channel. In July of 2015, he joined the network. Inside ISIS: The Brutal Rise of a Terrorist Army is his most recent book. On March 14, 2022, while reporting for Fox News, Benjamin Hall was injured in Kyiv, Ukraine.
His wife, Alicia, and their children live in London.
Who is Benjamin Hall’s wife?
In July 2015, Benjamin Hall married Alicia Meller, an Australian businesswoman.
Alicia works at Senso, an Australian design and shoe company started by her parents in 1979.
She is in charge of worldwide growth and joined the company in 2010 alongside her two sisters, Imogen and Skye.
Imogen is the general manager in charge of social media and marketing, while Skye is in charge of the designs itself.
Alicia’s parents are frequent flyers between Alicia’s hometown of London and Sydney, where the brand is situated.
When did Benjamin Hall marry Alicia Meller?
The couple married in July 2015 at the Brompton Oratory in London, according to Hall’s Instagram.
Hall shared a photo from their wedding on their fifth wedding anniversary, writing that it had been the “greatest 5 years.”
He stated, ” “Thank you for being my gorgeous, caring, and amazing wife. Five years have passed, and we’ve accomplished more than I ever imagined.
It’s been the best 5 years of my life, a rollercoaster, a journey, and I can’t wait for the next 50. I’m in love with you.”
The couple has three girls, who are frequently featured on their father’s Instagram account.
What happened to Benjamin Hall?
“Earlier today, our correspondent Benjamin Hall was injured while newsgathering outside of Kyiv in Ukraine,” according to a memo from Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott.
The Ministry of Ukraine made the announcement on its official Twitter account.
Hall was severely injured in the Kyiv explosion, losing “half a leg, foot, and vision in one eye.”
In a tweet on April 7, 2022, he provided an update on his health.
He stated that he had lost part of one leg and a foot on each side.
But his injuries didn’t end there, as he revealed that one hand was “being pieced together” and that he had lost sight in one eye. His hearing was also “quite blown.”