Ed Henry, the married Fox News chief White House correspondent, could be having some trouble of his own at home.
Henry is accused of cheating on his wife for the last 10 months with Las Vegas hostess Natalia Lima, according to In Touch Weekly.
He’s been married to NPR deputy Washington editor Shirley Hung since 2010.
Henry’s alleged philandering began while he was on the U.S. presidential campaign trail for Fox News, where he’s served as the chief White House Correspondent since 2011.
Henry will be temporarily off the air at Fox News, the network said.
“We recently became aware of Ed’s personal issues and he’s taking some time off to work things out,” a Fox News spokeswoman told the Daily News.
There is no date set for Henry’s return.
The network’s top White House correspondent first befriended the Las Vegas hostess through social media five years ago, and quickly turned their casual conversations into dirty talk, having sex since the spring of 2015, according to reports.
“Whenever he was in town, we would pretty much just have sex. He has a really high sex drive,” Lima told In Touch.
The two allegedly began sleeping together at the Wynn in Las Vegas — the same place Henry had his wedding.
Lima told the magazine that Henry almost never mentioned his wife, and once paid her rent.
Henry dropped all contact with the alleged mistress in February, the magazine reported.
Lima described herself as a celebrity stylist on her Instagram page.
Prior to his run with Fox News, he served as the White House correspondent for CNN from 2004 to 2011.