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Philly's Kristen Welker makes the Hill's 50 Most Beautiful

Former NBC10 reporter Kristen Welker is the fourth hottest person in Washington, according to the Hill.

Philly's Kristen Welker makes the Hill's 50 Most Beautiful

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(L-R) Lorina Marshall-Blake and Gala host Kristen Welker NBC News correspondent  at the cocktail reception prior to the African American Museum 35th Anniversary Heritage Gala at the Marriott Downtown Hotel in Phila. on March 11, 2011.
(L-R) Lorina Marshall-Blake and Gala host Kristen Welker NBC News correspondent at the cocktail reception prior to the African American Museum 35th Anniversary Heritage Gala at the Marriott Downtown Hotel in Phila. on March 11, 2011. Elizabeth Robertson / Staff Photographer

Former NBC10 reporter Kristen Welker is the fourth hottest person in Washington, according to the Hill. She made their coveted "50 Most Beautiful" list, a la People's with fewer celebs. Welker is a correspondent for NBC News, a job that included covering President Barack Obama's 2012 reelection campaign.

Welker, 38, is a Philly native who graduated from Germantown Friends before attending a little place called Harvard (you may have heard of it?). She worked at NBC10 from 2005 to 2010 before leaving to be a West Coast correspondent at NBC. The Hill notes she is a diehard Phillies fan. 

It also notes that's she's single and dating. Too bad she's too late to make the Daily News's annual Sexy Singles package. There's always next year, Kristen.

New Jersey Senator Cory Booker also made the list. 

Inquirer Staff Writer
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