Tony Reali Son – A.J. Paul Reali is an American sports celebrity and television broadcaster who is best known for hosting the show Around the Horn on ESPN.
He worked as a statistician on the television show Pardon the Interruption from the show’s inception in 2001 until its conclusion in late 2014.The news that he would be contributing on social media for Good Morning America was released in April 2014. He began contributing on October 8, 2014, and has been doing so since then.
The host of ESPN’s Around the Horn is in a happy marriage, according to his wife. They have been married for more than 12 years, having exchanged wedding vows on July 3, 2008, in their hometown of New York City.
They moved into the host’s home in Washington, D.C. once their marriage was consummated. When the sports personality and his wife relocated to New York City in 2014 to continue hosting his show, they were met with mixed reactions.
They became even closer on August 18, 2014, when they welcomed a baby girl called Francesca Zahra Reali into their home, strengthening their ever-growing bond even further.
On the same day, the sports guru shared a photo of his newborn daughter on his Instagram account, officially introducing her to the public. He also expressed his gratitude to everyone for their well wishes and warm remarks.
The Reali couple, who were expecting twin kids in June 2018, were perhaps the happiest married couple in the world. Unfortunately, the joyous occasion turned into a time of sorrow when one of their kids, Amadeo, passed away during the birthing experience.
The long-time ESPN host Tony Reali returned to the show on Monday after his young son died. He had been absent for several weeks.
The Realis were expecting twins, but their son Amadeo died just before the birth of their children. He just announced on Twitter that the other baby, Enzo, had arrived home healthy.
Reali made a poignant remark on “Around The Horn” about the universal nature of loss and the need of being open and accepting of one’s own feelings.
He also expressed concern for the children and parents who have been separated at the border between the United States and Mexico.
The ESPN anchor followed his statement by disclosing that the agony of losing one son while experiencing joy upon the birth of another was impossible to comprehend unless it was experienced firsthand by the individual.
As a result, he and his wife noted that they must navigate and give expression to these feelings, and that they must allow others to lift them because they are unable to do so alone.
With the passage of time, the sportscaster and his wife were able to gradually come to terms with their tragic loss.