English Journalist and broadcaster Sophie Raworth is known as the host of the show 'BBC News at Six'; an early evening news program which appears on the British Television channel BBC One.  

Sophie married Richard Winter in the year 2003 and they share three children together. What is the current relationship status of the couple? Find out about Sophie and her journey as a wife, mother, and a journalist here!!!!  

Sophie Raworth: Her Married Life with Husband Richard Winter

Sophie and Richard were close friends for five years before they decided to be in a relationship. They dated for a year and then decided to get married at the local church in London on 13 December 2003.

Sophie with her husband Richard, Source: Article Bio

Richard, who is a property company director proposed the gorgeous lady on the occasion of her birthday in Amalfi, Italy.

Sophie walking around with kids, Source: Article Bio

The couple is living a blissful married life since then with no divorce rumors. They also have three children; two daughters (Ella and Georgia) and a son Oliver together.

She is a perfect wife and a mother who despite her busy schedule spends most of the time with her family. 

Sophie Raworth: Her Career as a Journalist

She initiated her career in 1992 as a news reporter in BBC network for Greater Manchester Radio and later as a BBC Regions correspondent in Brussels in April 1994.

She also co-presented the BBC's Breakfast News program on BBC One with Justin Webb and later with John Nicolson in 1997. She further worked with Jeremy Bowen in 2000 in news program Breakfast.

Sophie also covered Queen's Golden Jubilee, Tomorrow's World, What Not to Wear, and My Hero.

Since early 2009, Raworth is the main presenter on the BBC News at Six and BBC News at Ten along with Crimewatch on BBC One on weekday mornings. 

It is said that she earns £150,000 - £199,999 as a BBC presenter. Moreover, she has an estimated net worth of around $7 million as of 2017.

Quick Facts about Sophie Raworth

  • Born on 15 May 1968 in Redhill, Surrey, England to a florist mother and a businessman father.
  • Raised in the area of Twickenham in south west London.
  • Studied Putney High and St. Paul's Girls' Schools.
  • Earned a degree in French and German at the University of Manchester.
  • Honored with Award of Doctor of Arts on 16 July 2013 by City University London.
  • Presented Watchdog Daily in the year 2012 with Watchdog Test House in 2014 and 2015.
  • Worked in Crimewatch in place of Kristy Young on February 2016.

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