Danika Berlin is the youngest daughter of the six times Emmy winning Journalist Harris Faulkner and her husband Tony Berlin. The adorable 10-year-old Danika is an active sports person and loves gymnastics.
The Outnumbered host Harris and her husband, Tony were in a relationship since 2001 and eventually exchanged their vows in the year 2003. The proud parents of two adorable daughters- Bella Berlin and Danika Berlin share a strong and intense relationship with their children.
Danika’s Love for Gymnastics
Despite the young age, the youngest daughter of the family is already making her parents proud by being selected in a school gymnastics team. Likewise, the dedicated young gymnast has joined the US gymnastics team and is preparing herself to be one of the best gymnasts in the world. The proud mother, Faulkner is supportive of her daughter’s passion and makes sure to be there for her in her time of need.
— Tony Berlin (@TonyBerlinMedia) July 3, 2018
Faulkner congratulated her youngest daughter, Danika from standing second and also scoring 9.55 in the Floor exercise in gymnastics in March 2018. The attention lover Danika has already been successful enough to grab to the attention of the audience with her talent and charm. Likewise, Danika has reached several milestones in such a young age. Besides loving gymnastics, Danika loves golf and often golfs with her family. The young golfer has been playing golf since she was of a very young age.
Youngest Daughter of the Family
Tony Berlin and Harris Faulkner’s youngest daughter, Danika is the younger sister of the adorable Bella Grace Berlin. Danika loves attention and is the apple of her parents’ eyes. Likewise, Faulkner’s younglings have a strong and intimate bond with one another and their relationship is admirable. The proud parents of two adorable kids, Belin and Faulkner, are not hesitant to flaunt their baby girls on their social media.
Danika Berlin: Name Meaning
The name ‘Danika’ or ‘Danica’ is a female baby name which is common to the Eastern Europeans. The name “Danika” is derived from an old Slavonic element meaning “morning star”.