Fox News personality Abby Huntsman has bid a tearful farewell to Fox and Friends Weekends after announcing she was jumping ship to ABC’s The View.
Huntsman hosted her last show on Sunday morning after three years with the cable news network.
Joined on the couch by her husband and daughter, the 32-year-old tearfully thanked her co-hosts Ed Henry and Pete Hegseth after viewing a montage video of her time on the show.
Fox News personality Abby Huntsman bid a tearful farewell to Fox and Friends Weekends on Sunday before she heads to The View
‘The last three years have been the most transformative I think of my entire life. I have given my heart and soul to this place, and to you guys. And in return, you’ve given it back to me and so have our viewers,’ Huntsman said.
‘This is a really tough thing. I’m moving onto the next chapter, mainly to be with my family and to spend time with them.
‘I just want to thank everyone for being part of the show. I’m leaving you guys in great hands because the people I work with are the very best in the business.’
Huntsman announced just days ago that she would be joined The View’s panel following the departure of Sara Haines
Huntsman announced just days ago that she would be joined The View’s panel as their newest conservative pundit.
The mother-of-one is stepping up following the departure of Sara Haines.
Huntsman joined Fox News in 2015, and in the following year she became a Fox & Friends weekend co-host.
She is the daughter of US Ambassador to Russia, Jon Huntsman.
Fox News said of Huntsman’s departure: ‘We thank Abby for her contributions to FOX News and wish her the very best.’