Lara Spencer’s Boyfriend Rick McVey

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Rick McVey is the new guy in the life of TV host, Lara Spencer –best known for her work as a Good Morning America presenter.

The blonde divorced her husband of 15-years, David Haffenreffer in 2015. The two share two children together, Kate and Duff. Haffenreffer was a CNN journalist, but he switched careers to real estate. They divorced in June 2015. The two had an amicable split.

Before becoming the co-anchor on ABC News’ Good Morning America in 2011, the blonde born Lara Christine Von Seelen, was the anchor of CBS’ entertainment news program The Insider from 2003 to 2011.

Spencer spent several years as a reporter and became a regular contributor of The Early Show. She also hosted Antiques Roadshow on PBS.

The New York native attended Garden City High School and received an athletic scholarship to attend Pennsylvania State University. The former All-American diver, graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism in 1991.

Lara, also an author and producer –is also the creator and host of the HGTV show, Flea Market Flip.

The hot presenter and mother of two, is dating a guy named Rick McVey.

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Richard McVey, or Rick for friends, happens to be a millionaire Wall Street financier. The couple were spotted out on the town together, earlier this year.

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58-year-old Rick McVey, founded the online bond trading company, Marketaxess Holdings Inc. in 2000. He currently serves as the firm’s Chairman and CEO. Rick is an Ohio native. He was born to oil distributor father –who invested in stocks as a hobby, according to Fortune.

He took home $13.7 million last year in bonuses and pay.

He previously served as the managing director of multinational JPMorgan, where he managed the institutional distribution of fixed-income securities.

According to his LinkedIn, Rick McVey attended Indiana University and graduated with an MBA in 1983. He previously studied at Miami University where he got his Bachelor of Arts degree in Finance.

He began his career as a trader at a Cleveland bank, before moving to Chicago Mercantile Exchange and eventually ended up moving to New York to join JP Morgan.