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How tall is Katie Couric?
Katie Couric’s height is 5ft 2in – 5ft 3.5in (157 – 161 cm).
“Katie was a small fireplug of a woman (five-foot-two on a good-posture day), and from her perch on the packing box, her feet barely reached the floor.” Katie: The Real Story by Edward Klein
“She was wholesomely pretty, chubby cheeked, and barely five foot three. She was certainly not fat, but she was “curvy”…” The News Sorority: Diane Sawyer, Katie Couric, Christiane Amanpour, and the (Ongoing, Imperfect, Complicated) Triumph of Women in TV News by Sheila Weller
“she’s 5-foot-3 1/2” The Washington Post, 1991
“the five-foot-three-and-a-half-inch woman” Reality Show: Inside the Last Great Television News War by Howard Kurtz
How much does Katie Couric weigh?
What is Katie Couric’s shoe size?
Katie Couric’s shoe size is 6.5 US (37 EU).
What is Katie Couric’s zodiac sign?
Katie Couric’s zodiac sign is Capricorn.
When was Katie Couric born?
Katie Couric’s birthday is on January 7, 1957.
Where was Katie Couric born?
Katie Couric was born in Arlington, Virginia, USA.
American journalist, Katie Couric’s full name is Katherine Anne Couric.
Body Image Quotes
On eating disorder: Like a lot of young women, I was struggling with my body image, and feeling like I wasn’t good enough or attractive enough or thin enough. It can be so difficult to embrace the body that you have if it doesn’t fit with the ideal. Women get praised for being super-thin, so you keep striving to be that way.
I wrestled with bulimia all through college and for two years after that. And I know this rigidity, this feeling that if you eat one thing that’s wrong, you’re full of self-loathing and then you punish yourself.
Some periods were worse than others, when I was binging and purging a lot. I’d have a piece of gum that wasn’t sugarless and then say, ‘Oh! I’ve been bad,’ and then feel so terrible that I would eat and throw up. It was awful.
But what I’m describing is something so many people have gone through or are going through, and it’s so damaging, both psychically and physically.
How do you have a healthy relationship with food, and say, ‘You know what, I can have one cookie and it’s OK?’ That is such a huge thing for people who wrestle with this.
Source: Katie Talk Show