Zerlina Maxwell, a television personality and writer known for her political analysis and views on culture, gender inequality, consent, and racism, has a fairly well-organized professional career.
Maxwell, on the other hand, doesn’t appear to have much going on in her love life.
So far, the 39-year-old has not confirmed having a boyfriend or a husband.
Rather Than Marrying The Wrong Man, Maxwell Chooses to Remain Single
Maxwell has remained single for one major reason: she believes it is better that way if someone cannot make her happy. In a December 2018 tweet, she expressed her feelings.
She hasn’t found the one, and she won’t settle for anything less. All power to her.
Her Point of View on Marriage, Dating, Boyfriends, and Husbands
In November 2019, the Tufts University graduate stated that if she were to marry, she would marry Doug Emhoff, an American lawyer and the husband of U.S. Senator and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.
She expressed her admiration for how he respects his wife and compares her to Michelle Obama.
Maxwell also sent a cryptic tweet in January 2016, claiming that she must have been doing something right because she received “hate mail and a marriage proposal” on the same night. It is unclear, however, what this tweet was referring to.
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Maxwell’s Relationship History
Around 2014, Maxwell was rumored to be dating a man. On her then-birthday, boyfriend’s the MSNBC analyst even posted a picture with him on Tumblr, calling him her “best friend and life partner.”
She wrote on October 23, 2014, “Happy birthday to my life partner and best friend. You make me a better person, and I’m grateful to have you in my life every day. #luckygirl.”
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TV personality Has a Long List of Accomplishments to Her Name
Maxwell, who was born on November 16, 1981, has made a name for herself.
Zerlina on Peacock is her eponymous show. She has also written a book titled The End of White Politics: How to Heal Our Liberal Divide, which has received critical acclaim.
She also works as an analyst for MSNBC Network, co-hosts the SiriusXM Progress Network show Signal Boost with commentator Jess McIntosh, and was the Director of Progressive Media for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
Her words are highly valued and respected as a national television analyst and commentator.
It’s no surprise that the analyst is picky about men in real life. As an independent and progressive woman, it stands to reason that she should be matched with someone of equal class and intelligence.