Rush Limbaugh’s Premiere Networks replacement Clay Travis aka Richard Clay Travis has a wide range of talents including commentating, journalism, law, and writing. The multi-talented celebrity is popular all over the world and even founded OutKick.
His fame has drawn much attention to his personal life, but he has chosen to keep most of the details of his romantic life under wraps. However, we have managed to compile some details about the star and his wife Lara Travis in 2021, read more below.
Clay Travis’ Married Life With Lara Travis
Lara and Clay Travis got married back in 2004 in an intimate ceremony. The pair dated for a while before tying the knot. The pair had met several years before and started dating.
After a few dates and trips, the couple was ready to take the next step and got engaged in the early 2000s before getting married in 2004. Other than this details of their marriage and relationship are missing from the media. The pair like to keep their relationship a secret from the media and rarely talk about it in the spotlight.
Together the couple has three sons. Over the years, Lara has supported him through thick and thin. As fans of Clay might know, he is a controversial figure and has been in trouble for various things he has said in the media. This includes misinformation about the COVID pandemic.
Lara is a former cheerleader, as a matter of fact, she worked for his favourite NFL team, Tennessee Titans. He saw her in one of the games and developed an instant infatuation which later turned into dates.
Who Is Clay Travis?
Clay Travis is a multitalented celebrity, but he is perhaps better known as a right-leaning political commentator. The star describes himself as moderate or centre-aligned in politics.
Travis was born on April 6, 1979, in Nashville, Tennessee, U.S. and is 42 years old as of June 2021. He is American by nationality and is of mixed ethnicity.
Clay came into the fray as a political commentator, an author, and a lawyer. Since then, he has established himself as a political commentator. He leans more towards Republican and right ideas.
In fact, some have even called him a Trump supporter. He is also an avid sports fan and once went on a pudding strike as the region he was living in at the time, did not have the broadcast of Tennessee Titans’ NFL games.
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