Love stories bloom and when they do it reaches a beautiful phase of marriage. Well in the case of Sara Eisen and Matt Levine it has literally bloomed because hey guess where it started- At the Bloomberg office. Actually, the couple would just not mind calling their journey as a “Bloom Story.”
But wait a second; hold on the horses and shower your wishes because the couple newly weds. They did marry in May but Sara and Matt are giving all the couples around a major envy to plan their wedding. You’d ask why? Just look at the wedding card, will you?
It actually gives everyone goals for their marriage because that was all they did. They registered their marriage on 29th of May but this wedding card and the joyous face of the couple is something to die for. Just so you know, though; from our sources, we did hunt down the place where they hooked up. Sara and Matt got hitched at Weylin B. Seymour’s in Brooklyn in a really closed affair which had their family only.
Sara Eisen whose age is 31 is the anchor of CNBC and is loved by the audience for her shows- Worldwide Exchange and Squawk on the Street. A graduate of New York University and Northwestern University she grew up in the family of doctors. And just don’t speculate okay:no she did not meet her husband Mathew on a hospital spree. They actually come from the same background and all you people who think the boss-employee relation does not work then you all go so wrong. They were literally destined because you know what is the backstory of this fairy tale romance.
Love story Matt Levin and Sara Eisen at Bloomberg's office
Sara was actually visiting places after graduation and trying to pursue an internship because when she graduated it was around the time of financial crisis(yes, 2008 is the number.). In all of this Bloomberg was going crazy searching for people who lived and knew markets and destiny shipped them to each other as Sara was exactly the person they were looking for. So this love affair which got its new ending in 2016 actually started 8 years back and bloomed at the Bloomberg. Even the words ship this couple. Just kidding.
We just wonder though if it was this relationship to be taken to its end that Sara left Bloomberg to join CNBC. We never know, you know because love is unplanned yet comes with the best plannings ever.If you would ask about Matt though he is still associated with Bloomberg after all his better half already made things easier for him? If you know what I mean.
No doubts such understanding between husband and wife is rare and so cute.