The Good Morning America co-host‘s beau of two years, tech entrepreneur Rick McVey, popped the question â€” and she said yes, Spencer’s publicist confirms to PEOPLE. Spencer, who is the creator, producer and host of HGTV’s Flea Market Flip, first met McVey â€” the founder, chairman and CEO of MarketAxess,Â a publicly traded and successful financial technology company â€” after being set up on a blind date arranged by a mutual friend.
"Good Morning America" anchor Lara Spencer is now engaged! Spencer accepted a marriage proposal from her boyfriend of two years, tech entrepreneur Rick McVey. Lara SpencerLara Spencer shared this image to her Instagram account, July 2017. Spencer, 48, and McVey initially met after being set up on a blind date, People magazine reported. This will be the second marriage for Spencer, who was previously wed to former reporter David Haffenreffer. The two split in 2015 and co-parent two teenage children.
It's true Lara Spencer really does "Brake for Yard Sales"....not to mention flea markets, thrift shops and, no, she's not ashamed to admit it, even the occasional dumpster. Her passion is finding cheap vintage finds and transforming them into high-end interior design, often bringing them back to life in her very own workshop, a.k.a. her driveway. When the cameras stop rolling on "Good Morning America," Spencer's jeans come on and her double-life as a designer begins.
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