While still attending the San Francisco School of Law, she modeled for retailers like Macy’s and appeared in a bridal magazine published by Victoria’s Secret.
Former President Bill Clinton (L) speaks at a campaign rally for San Francisco mayoral candidate Gavin Newsom (C) as Newsom's wife Kimberly Guilfoyle-Newsom (R) looks on December 8, 2003 in San Francisco While still working as a prosecutor in San Francisco, Guilfoyle married then-city supervisor Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, who would go on to become mayor and later lieutenant governor of California.
Guilfoyle, the ex-wife of former San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, appeared on The Five along with her four-co-hosts Tuesday to discuss the challenges the Republican Party has been facing in swaying young women to vote conservative.
When Guilfoyle’s fellow panelist Greg Gutfield suggested that married, older women tend to vote Republican because 'with age comes wisdom,' the 45-year-old former California prosecutor launched into a tirade calling out younger women for their perceived ignorance.
reports on the scandal that's been rocking the foundations over in San Franscisco: a twelve-steppin' former appointments secretary to mayor Gavin Newsom — who also happens to be married to Newsom's campaign manager — got to the step where you have to admit your wrongdoings and confessed that she and Newsom had had an affair in 2005, around the time when Newsom and former SF prosecutor/ current NY socialite/Fox News Channel host Kimberly Guilfoyle were divorcing.
Kimberly Guilfoyle Newsom was born in San Francisco to a Puerto Rican mother and an Irish-American father.Her mother died of leukemia when Kimberly was ten, and she and her younger brother were raised by a single father.Kimberly worked her way through college and law school, including a brief stint as a lingerie model, before becoming an assistant district attorney in San Francisco.She received national attention in 2001, when she successfully prosecuted two defendants whose dogs had mauled a woman to death in San Francisco.She then added that her younger peers don't have the proper 'life experiences' such as raising children, paying bills, or dealing with real-world issues like mortgage, crime and health care, to perform their civic duties.