DailyMail.com spotted the 51-year-old broadcaster with her husband Doug Brunt and three kids Edward, 12, Yardley, 11 and Thatcher, 8, as they strolled the streets and checked out a museum.
The family visited the famed Uffizi Gallery, home of such famous works Renaissance art such as The Birth of Venus by Botticelli.
The former Fox News host kept it casual in shorts, a white t-shirt and white sneakers and had her blond locks pulled back.
At several moments throughout the day, her husband Doug could be seen lovingly putting his arm around his wife as they gazed at the paintings.
Back outside, the bunch were even seen stretching together before hitting the streets for some shopping around town.
Megyn Kelly and husband Doug Brunt are seen enjoying quality family time while on vacation in Florence, Italy
Megyn kept it casual in shorts, a white t-shirt and white sneakers and had her blond locks pulled back
DailyMail.com spotted Megyn with her husband and three kids Edward, 12, Yardley, 11 and Thatcher, 8 on their Italian vacation
The bunch were seen stretching together before hitting the streets for some shopping around the city
Megyn and the gang appeared to be taking a break from the fast-pace lifestyle on the east coast
Megyn appears to be enjoying some time off the grid, away from DC politics and her podcast
Megyn appeared to be enjoying some time off the grid, away from politics and her radio show.
Megyn left Fox News in 2017 and said that she thought about working for CNN.
‘I considered going to CNN. CNN made me a huge offer. Huge,’ she said in April on her eponymous Sirius XM show.
She recently explained on her podcast that she chose not to go to CNN because she didn’t think she would have a sizeable audience there.
‘I said no, because I knew: Who is my fanbase going to be over there? I knew who my fans were and I knew that my Fox viewers were not going to follow me to CNN and that the CNN viewers were going to hate my guts,’ she said.
She cited the example of Fox News’ Chris Wallace who left the network for a new role on CNN+, a now failed streaming service.
The group visited the famed Uffizi Academy to see famous works of Renaissance art
The family spent some time inside the famed museum before heading back outside for some shopping
The family stopped to check out some street art as well as the famed paintings inside the museum
Doug was seen lovingly putting his arm around his wife several times throughout the day
Megyn said she was surprised that Wallace departed Fox News who was pulling in a multimillion-dollar annual salary despite being ‘in last place [in the ratings] every week, every year, every month.’
‘He was always in last, and they still paid him,’ Megyn said of Wallace.
She then took a moment to blast the very idea of CNN+ to begin with.
‘Who is the moron at CNN who actually thought, ”You know what we need with our ratings in the toilet? More of us. We need more CNN,”’ Kelly said.
Ultimately, Megyn signed up with NBC to host a morning show, which was cancelled after a combination of low ratings and a headline-grabbing racism scandal.
Since Kelly’s departure from NBC, the former Fox News host blasted the Peacock network for ‘cancelling’ her over her blackface comments, which came in October 2018.
On her show Megyn Kelly Today, she compared blackface and its appropriateness to dressing up at Halloween.
Three days later the show was cancelled, and her contract with NBC was terminated in January 2019.
Megyn is taking a break from her eponymous Sirius XM show
Megyn hasn’t been with a major network since her acrimonious exit from NBC in 2018 following remarks about blackface
Kelly was a news anchor on Fox News from 2004 to 2017 when she left after revealing she had been subjected to abuse by CEO Roger Ailes.
During her final years on the network, she had a number of spats with Donald Trump while covering his presidential bid.
The animosity started in the 2015 debates when she pushed him on his comments towards women, prompting a flurry of angry tweets from the future president about the host.
Her tone towards Trump and his supporters has softened in recent years, with the longtime media personality saying repeatedly that they have been needlessly demonized by left-leaning Americans.
She praised his performances in the election debates of 2018 and was critical of the Biden campaign.