Welsh journalist, presenter, and newsreader Huw Edwards is the main presenter of the most watched news program, BBC News at Ten.
Huw is happily married to Vicky Flind; both are working on the BBC network. Let us discuss the beautiful couple in today's section!!!!!
Huw Edwards: His Married Life with Vicky Flind
Huw married Vicky Flind who is a BBC producer after dating for a while. The couple is assumed to be happy together since there are no rumors of them getting a divorce or any extra-marital affairs.
Similarly, Edwards is the father of five children altogether. The family resides in Dulwich, London at the recent times.
The couple has set an example of the iconic couple in BBC. They have perfectly maintained their private issues in complete shade.
In addition, we can just say that they have a smooth marital relationship and we expect to see the love birds together for the infinite time.
Huw Edward: His Career and Net Worth
Huw joined BBC network as a news trainee in 1984 and became Parliamentary Correspondent on BBC just after two years.
He presented the BBC Six O'Clock News between May 1999 and January 2003. The show became the most watched news program in Britain.
In January 2003, he became the main presenter of the Ten O'Clock News on BBC One. Worked alongside David Dimbleby in several programs like the Festival of Remembrance, Trooping the Colour and the State Opening of Parliament.
Edwards joined the BBC commentary team at 2008 Beijing Olympics, 2012 London Olympics, and 2014 Commonwealth Games.
He spent almost 14 years reporting politics and worked as Chief Political Correspondent for BBC News in past.
He has also contributed a range of BBC News programs including Breakfast News, Newsnight, Panorama, and BBC News at Five O'Clock.
His current net worth is estimated to be $3 million as of 2017.
Quick Facts about Huw Edwards
- Born on 18 August 1961 in Bridgend, Glamorgan, Wales in a Welsh-speaking family.
- His father, Hywel Teifi Edwards, was a Plaid Cymru and Welsh Language activist.
- His mother, Aerona Protheroe was a teacher at Llanelli's Ysgol Gyfun y Strade for 30 years.
- Attended Llanelli Boys' Grammar School and graduated with a first-class honors degree in French from University College, Cardiff in 1983.
- Initiated postgraduate work at Cardiff University in Medieval French.
- Presented the BBC Trust documentary in September 2008 on the topic of Welsh politics.
- Presented a program The Prince and the Plotter in 2010 receiving the "Best on Screen presenter" at the BAFTA Cymru Awards six times in series.
- Launched a new historical documentary series by BBC Wales entitled The Story of Wales in February 2012.
- Is the honorary President of London's Gwalia Male Choir and Vice-President of the National Churches Trust.
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