Rachel Duffy And Sean Duffy
Sean Duffy and Rachel Duffy first met in 1998 on "Road Rules: All Stars." They are still together and married, and they have eight children.
Sean and Rachel have done well for themselves since leaving reality television. Sean is a Republican congressman, and Rachel has appeared on The View as a guest host.
Rachel Campos Duffy
Rachel Duffy was born in Tempe, Arizona, USA, on October 22, 1971. She is a conservative television personality from the United States.
She initially appeared on TV in 1994 as a cast member on the MTV reality series The Real World: San Francisco before stepping on to work as a TV personality. Campos was born to Miguel Campos and Maria del Pilar, both junior high school teachers in Chandler.
Patrick and Joseph Campos are her two brothers. Her sister, Leah Campos Schandlbauer, was a former CIA operations officer in Arizona in 2012. Campos married her co-star from Road Rules: All Stars, Sean Duffy. They settled in Ashland, Wisconsin, where Duffy was the district attorney for Ashland County.
Campos disclosed in 2008 that she had two miscarriages. They had eight children as of May 2016. The Duffys' ninth child, a girl, was born in 2019.
Sean Duffy was born in Hayward, Wisconsin, USA, on October 3, 1971. Sean was Ashland County's district attorney.
He was elected to Congress as a Republican from Wisconsin's 7th congressional district in 2011. He is a politician, prosecutor, professional sports broadcaster, and reality television personality.
He is presently a co-host of The Bottom Line on Fox Business and a contributor to Fox News. Sean is Carol Ann and Thomas Walter Duffy's tenth child.
Duffy holds a business degree from St. Mary's University in addition to a J.D. from William Mitchell College of Law. Duffy is married to Rachel Campos-Duffy, a fellow Real World participant and Fox News presenter.
Duffy announced his resignation from Congress on August 26, 2019, after hearing that his and his wife's ninth child might face health problems.