Ginger Zee's real name is Ginger Reenee Colonomos (Zuidgeest). Her Dutch father, Robert O. "Bob" Zuidgeest named her after a popular TV character "Ginger Grant" from Gilligan's Island played by Tina Louise. Her dad, who didn't know English learned it from the show and Ginger became his favorite character. So, he adopted that name for his daughter.
ABC meteorologist, Ginger Zee lives a life which many can only dream of. Success is another name of Ginger, as it has been paving the way of both her personal and professional journey. Well, every woman dream of having a supportive and loving husband like Ben Aaron (former NBC reporter). Ginger is lucky enough.
The power couple exchanged their wedding vows on 7th June 2014 after a year-long engagement. Not so long after getting married, both the happily married journalists shared the pregnancy news in summer 2015. Later, they talked about baby’s gender during a baby-themed obstacle course on a morning show.
Excited mom-to-be shared, “We are elated to have the opportunity to be parents. Motherhood will absolutely be my most extreme adventure yet!”
She ha documented her pregnancy details on Good Morning America and also on her blog, telling that she’d scheduled the C-section as her baby appeared in upside-down position in the womb.
To their paradise graced with their love, the proud couple welcomed their cute and adorable baby boy, Adrian Benjamin on 19th December 2015. Excitingly the meteorologist took to Instagram to share the blissful news, along with the cute snap of their bundle of joy.
She wrote in the caption, “He’s here! Adrian Benjamin. We all are doing great and inundated with love.” They seemed feeling proud to being parents and showed off the great smile as she cuddled her newborn and husband Ben cuddling her.
The meant-for-each-other couple is heading strongly with no apparent chances of divorce anytime soon. Maybe, same career path has helped them to maintain understanding between one another. Divorce seems totally out of context. Fans will love to see their well-matched chemistry life-long.