CBS: Nancy Cordes Weight Loss 2022 

The CBS News’ chief White House correspondent appears to have lost weight.

The journalist has gone through a change as she has cut off some of the body fats and seems slimmer.

It seems like Cordes has adopted a healthy lifestyle since late 2021 and has emphasized her health improvement.

However, Nancy has not shared any details on how she lost her weight and her diets with the media. 

Nancy Cordes Parents

Nancy Cordes was born to her parents in Los Angeles.

Linda Weiner is her amazing mother, who is a pediatrician. However, the name of the journalist’s father has remained a mystery.

Moreover, Cordes has also not shared many details about her family members; so, only a little information about them is available.

Nonetheless, she got raised in Hawaii on the islands of Kauai and Oahu, and she graduated from Punahou School in Honolulu and the University of Pennsylvania.

Nancy Cordes Husband: Married Life

Nancy Cordes is happily married to her husband, Harald Cordes. Harald and Nancy tied the knot and vowed to spend the rest of their life together in 2006.

Furthermore, the couple has spent 15 years off togetherness, and their bond is still strong.

In addition, the pair have gotten blessed with two children, a daughter and a son, and the Cordes family currently resides in Washington, DC.

Nancy Cordes is available on Instagram. The journalist is active on the social networking site under the username @nancycordes.

Cordes has a verified Instagram account with 2.2k followers; furthermore, she has made 30 posts to date. In addition, Nancy often shares her way of living life and posts behind the scene images of her works and updates her followers.

Nancy Cordes Net Worth And Biodata

The estimated net worth of Nancy Cordes is $1 million as of 2022. Nancy is the Chief White House Correspondent for CBS News and a regular contributor to all CBS News programs and platforms.

Before being a part of the news channel, Nancy was an ABC News correspondent and reported for all ABC News programs based in New York.

In addition, Cordes started her career at KHNL-TV in Honolulu as a reporter in 1995, and then she has also worked at WJLA-TV in Washington, D.C.