Who is TV journalist Fiona Bruce and is she married?

FIONA Bruce is one of TV’s most familiar celebrities, thanks to her work on the BBC.

The broadcaster has worked her way up to being one of the most famous TV journalists in Britain.

Who is Fiona Bruce?

Fiona Bruce was born in Singapore on April 25, 1964, which makes her 64-years-old.

She has an English mother and a Scottish father and has two older brothers.

Fiona went to school in both the UK and in Italy before studying French and Italian at Oxford, where she briefly became a punk.

After graduating, she worked at a management consulting firm before landing a researcher job on the BBC current affairs programme Panorama.

 Fiona is known for hosting the Antiques Roadshow


Fiona is known for hosting the Antiques RoadshowCredit: TV Company

What is Fiona Bruce’s net worth?

Fiona was named as one of the top earners at the BBC

She has a net worth of around £2million.

She currently takes home £450,000 – 454,999 a year.

Is Fiona Bruce married?

Fiona married her husband Nigel Sharrocks in London in 1994 after the pair met at an advertising agency.

They split their time between London and Oxfordshire and have a son Sam  and daughter called Mia.

In 2001, Fiona stunned some viewers when she returned to work on Crimewatch, just 16 days after Mia was born.

What TV shows has Fiona starred in?

Fiona is one of TV’s most familiar celebrities, thanks to her work on shows such as BBC’s Six O’Clock News and Fake or Fortune?

She started her career working as a producer and reporter on both BBC Breakfast and Newsnight.

In 1999 she became the secondary presenter of the BBC Six O’Clock News.

She was the first female to anchor the BBC News at Ten and has fronted countless historical documentaries, including one about Queen Victoria and one on the Queen’s official residences.

The journalist has also appeared on Top Gear and often takes part in the annual BBC fund-raiser Children in Need.

Fiona is currently the presenter of BBC favourite The Antiques Roadshow.

She has also hosted Crimewatch, taking over from Jill Dando after her murder and is part of the BBC election team.

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