Adrian Chiles, is he Dating a Girlfriend after Two Divorces: See his Past Affairs, Married life, and Career
Adrian Chiles is most probably single these days after a series of unsuccessful love life. However, he has a wonderful professional life with an amazing net worth.
Television and radio personality Adrian Chiles, after his two failed marriages, seems like he is taking a break from relationships. The media personality is possibly single these days.
Today, let us discuss his past affairs and the reason behind his failed relationships.
Adrian Chiles: Know his Current Dating life and Past Affairs
Adrian is single these days. With a series of unsuccessful love life, he has finally decided to take a break and live alone.
He was in a relationship with girlfriend Catherine Tate, an English comedian, actress, and writer for a year. They dated each other shortly after their first meeting on his program That Sunday Night Show in January 2011.
They broke up a year later blaming heavy work commitments for their separation. We can definitely say that his personal life is comparatively unsuccessful that the professional one.
As he is on a break from the love life, he is fully dedicated to his work with a series of outstanding moments.
He was spotted with a mystery brunette headed to The Flask Pub. They indulged in a Sunday dinner and a bottle of red wine just a year back in the month of March.
We have a kind of rough guess on the relationship of the football pundit with her female companion but let's wait for the time.
His Married Life; Wife and Divorce
Adrian faced two unfortunate married life. He married Jane Garvey, a presenter of Woman's Hour on Radio 4 in September 1998 in Swansea.
The couple was considered as BBC's golden couple, however, they were not able to maintain their relationship for the longer time. It is believed that the main reason behind their divorce was their busy schedules.
After 10 years of long relationship, the couple finally decided to take a break. They separated in June 2008 with an official divorce in October 2009.
Adrian and Jane have two daughters Evelyn and Sian from their marriage. He then married Maria Walsh in 2011 and have a son from the marriage and divorced shortly.
Adrian Chiles: See his Amazing Career and Net Worth
Chiles joined BBC in the beginning just for a working experience on Business Breakfast. Since then, he created, scripted, and fronted a variety of other programs including So What Do You Do All Day?, Asian Millionaires, and Royal Millions.
He presented the spin-off series of the popular UK television show The Apprentice called The Apprentice: You're Fired! from 2006-2009.
He appeared as a guest host of BBC One's satirical news quiz, Have I Got News for You. He presented a special edition of Panorama called "Why We Voted to Leave: Britain Speaks" for BBC One.
Adrian came up with a documentary Whites v Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation for BBC Two in November 2016.
He was an integral part of Match of the Day 2, BBC Three's African Cup of Nations, and BBC's Euro 2008.
Chiles made his ITV debut on 24 May 2010 presenting the England v Mexico friendly at Wembley. He appeared for the first time on ITV's breakfast television program on 6 September 2010.
In January 2011, he began his work in That Sunday Night Show on ITV with an end of his contract on ITV on 20 April 2014. However, he was back on the team with a new contract hosting football coverage taking £1 million a year.
He has an estimated net worth of $10 million as of 2017.
Quick Facts about Adrian Chiles
- Born on 21 March 1967 in Quinton, Birmingham, England to an English father and Croatian mother.
- Moved to Hagley, Worcestershire at the age of four.
- Started education at Haybridge High School.
- Graduated in English Literature from the University of London.
- Appeared in the Crescent Theatre before going to university.
- Studied journalism at Cardiff and then worked as a sports reporter for the News of the World in past.
- Co-presented Christine's Friendship Test with Christine Bleakley airing on BBC Northern Ireland in 2017.
- Became an assistant producer of Radio 4's Financial World Tonight in 1993.
- Began producing and presenting his own show Chiles on Saturday for Radio 5 Live. The program was awarded the Sony Radio Academy Awards in 2002.
- In October 2014, he became the host of 5 Live Daily with Peter Allen.
- Earned a salary of £4.6 million in 2013 from BBC.
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