HomeArticleBBC news presenter Kirsty Wark happily married to husband Alan Clements. See the Married Life of the Couple
BBC news presenter Kirsty Wark happily married to husband Alan Clements. See the Married Life of the Couple
Updated On 11 Aug, 2017 Published On 11 Aug, 2017
BBC news presenter Kirsty Wark happily married to husband Alan Clements. See the Married Life of the Couple , shares two children, happy family
Her documentary, The Menopause and Me that aired on BBC1 back in April 2017, became a source of inspiration and motivation for all the women in their late 40s.
Fearless and bold, BBC Two's Scottish journalist, Kirsty Wark portrays as one of the best examples of a modern and articulate woman. The 62-year-old has proved every role in her life, from dedicated reporter to a loving wife and mother too. She's happily married to television producer Alan Clements.
BBC news presenter Kirsty Wark happily Married to Husband Alan Clements. See the Married Life of the Couple
Kirsty Wark first met her loving husband Alan Clements back in 198os. Kirsty Wark served then as BBC presenter for BBC Scotland Programme, Left, Right, and Centre.
Kirsty Wark with her husband Alan Clements on their wedding day, Source: The Scotsman
Alan worked as the television producer that time. The duo was professional at first but eventually fell in love while working together.
And after dating for a year and so, they took a step ahead and married in September 1989, in a private wedding, surrounded by close friends and families.
Kirsty Wark and Alan Elements on the red carpet event, Source:HeraldScotland.com
After a year of wedded bliss, the amazing couple welcomed their first child a baby daughter named Caitlin Clements in 1990. After two years, they welcomed their second child, a son, James Clements, born in 1992.
Kirsty with her children Caitlin and James, Source: Desmond O'Neill Features
The powerhouse duo also founded independent TV production company together, entitled Wark-Clements in 1990. After working together for more than a decade, they signed a contract with fellow Scottish broadcaster, Muriel Gray's Ideal World, merging it to become IWC Media in 2004.
Later on, the partners, Wark and Gray sold their company to RDF Media in 2005.
And until now, the wonderful couple is going strong together, celebrating more than two decades of their wedding bliss without any divorce or affair rumors.
We wish the happy family life of happiness and togetherness and best wishes for their future endeavors.
Quick Facts About Kirsty Wark
Born and raised in Dumfries, Scotland, Kirsty Wark is a prominent Scottish journalist and presenter best known for hosting BBC Two's program Newsnight.
Her father, Jimmy Wark was a solicitor and mother Roberta Wark was a school teacher.
Attended Wellington School and graduated from the University of Edinburgh taking History as major.
She joined BBC as a graduate researcher for BBC Radio Scotland back in 1976.
She was promoted to producer of the show Good Morning Scotland.
She's served as a presenter for programs like Agenda, news editor for Reporting Scotland,Left, Right and Centre for BBC Scotland, Breakfast Time, The Late Show, The Book Quiz replacing David Baddiel and so on.
She hosted the 10th Annual Glenfiddich Spirit of Scotland Awards.
She rose to controversy when she was accused of being close to the Labour Party, a centre-left political party in the UK involving social democratic, socialist and trade-unionist.
Wark identifies herself as a feminist.
She earns nearly $650,000 annually.
She's happily married to her husband Alan Clements since 1989.
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