Robyn Krauthammer is the widow of Charles Krauthammer, who was a well-known politician columnist, and author. Apart from it, she is a former lawyer and artist by profession.
She was born on 5th September 1952, in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Mrs. Krauthammer graduate from St. Anne's College, Oxford University. She has a degree in arts from Maryland Institute College of Art.
Let's dig into some unknown facts about her.
How Much Does Krauthammer Have Net Worth?
Robyn Krauthammer has an estimated net worth of $1.2 million which she managed to amass through her career as a lawyer and artist. After getting a degree in law, she started working at an international law firm in Paris, France, but the company didn't last long.
Then decided to change her profession as a painter and sculptor. Chales' wife's paintings were exhibited at the "Washington Foxhall Gallery" where she got appreciated by many high-profile people. Not only that, but she is also a philanthropist who is the co-founder of a non-profit organization "Pro Musica Hebraica".
The organization is presenting lost and forgotten Jewish classical music in concert halls.
In 1972, Robyn Krauthammer and Charles Krauthammer met for the first time at Oxford University. They started a conversation while doing some laundry when Charles was unaware of laundry machines' stuff.
Their love story began and after two years they tied the knot at a private function in New York in the presence of family and close friends. From the time Robyn was there with her beloved husband until his last breath.
Mother of One Child
Krauthammer is the mother of one child. Mrs. Krathammer welcomed a baby boy Daniel Krauthammer in 1986. Her son Daniel is an American writer for political analysis and economics which makes her very proud of him.
After the death of her husband, she is living with her son and shares a special bond.
Tragic Phase of Her Life
On 21 June 2018, Robyn has to go through a Tragic Phase of her life when her husband died in Atlanta, Georgia. The reason behind his death was Small Intestine cancer, he underwent surgery to remove an abdominal tumor, unfortunately, he passed away. While news spread it makes a great blow on the political and journalism sector and present for his last grief.
Husband's Successful Career
Robyn Krauthammer's late husband Charles Krauthammer was a dynamic personality who won the Pulitzer Prize and Irving Krystal Award. In 1978 he began his career as a director of psychiatric research in the Carter Administration and started working as a speechwriter to Vice President Walter Mondale in 1980.
His writing skilled was appreciated everyone, joined "The New Republic" as a writer and editor in His interest as writing a weekly column for "The Washington Post" for his "witty and insightful" columns on national issues which make him voted one of the top fifty influential journalists in the national press corps. She was always there with her late spouse in every step of his life.