"Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don't mind, it doesn't matter" the statement is proved by the political programmer, Andrew Neil who married his Swedish beauty wife, Susan Nilsson who is apparently 20 years younger than him in 2015, after dating for almost 5 years.
Despite the huge age difference, the couple is happy together and enjoying their blissful married life. To know more about their relationship stay with us.
Andrew Neil, 68, Married Wife Susan Nilsson, 46 in 2015 in a secret Wedding
At the age of 66, the political programmer married his gorgeous Swedish girlfriend named, Susan Nilson in 2015 after dating for several years.
The couple tied the knot secretly in the South of France in a private ceremony in front of their family and friends including Deal Or No Deal presenter Noel Edmonds and his wife, Elizabeth Davies. Andrew took this news to Twitter and posted:
Secret is out! So thought y'all might like a picture! Married Magonosc, Grasse, August 8th to the Swedish Engineer pic.twitter.com/FWBrxMQSxo— Andrew Neil (@afneil) August 15, 2015
Despite their huge age differences, they decided to be together for a lifetime as she is 20 years junior to Andrew. The couple married secretly but announced on twitter by posting their picture. Many of their colleagues also congratulated them posting various tweets.
The powerhouse couple is yet to have children and start a family together. But, we hope that the time will come soon for them.
Till the date, the pair is having a great time together without any signs of divorce and extra marital affairs. Hope to see them together in the coming future with some good news about their young ones.
Andrew’s successful career
Andrew officially started his career soon after his graduation. He worked as a sports correspondence for the local newspaper, Paisley Daily Express. After that, he joined the English weekly magazine format newspaper, The Economist as a correspondent.
In 1983, he was appointed as an editor for The Sunday Times which became a controversy as was appointed by Rupert Murdoch over the experienced mates including Brian MacArthur and Hugo Young.
After The Sunday Times, he became a founding chairman of the Sky TV which is also the part of Murdoch’s News Corporation. Apart from the newspaper, he also engaged with the television as well.
Andrew began his career in TV after joining BBC and presented the shows like This Week, Daily Politics, Straight Talk with Andrew Neil.
Quick Facts about Andrew Neil
- Born on 21st May 1949 as Andrew Ferguson Neil at Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland.
- Is a Scottish and belongs to white ethnicity.
- Grew up in the Glenburn by his parents, father, an electrician, and mother, who worked in the local cotton mill.
- Attended Lancraigs Primary School.
- Went to the University of Glasgow.
- Worked as an editor of the Glasgow University Guardian.
- Was a member of the Conservative Club and the Dialectic Society.
- Chairman of Federation of Conservative Students.
- Earned a MA degree in political economy and political science in 1971.
- Worked as a correspondent for the Paisley Daily Express, a local newspaper.
- Member of Marylebone Cricket Club.
- From 1983-1994, became an editor for The Sunday Times.
- Participated in the campaign of The Sunday Times so that to prove that HIV was not a cause of AIDS.
- Became a contributor for the DailyMail.
- Became a chief-editor of the Barclay brother’s Press Holdings Group.
- Fronted the political programmer for BBC.
- Earned about $250000 to $300000 as his salary.
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