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Is British Journalist Emma Barnett still Single or Married?Who is She dating Currently?Know about her Career and Affairs
Updated On 22 Dec, 2017 Published On 22 Dec, 2017
Emma Barnett, with her influential interviewing style, has been one of the strongest journalist and broadcaster known so far. She has had a diverse career from discussing some of the political issues to sharing her life in the form of columns.
Emma Barnett, with her influential interviewing style, has been one of the strongest journalists and broadcasters known so far. She has had a diverse career from discussing some of the political issues to sharing her vivid life experiences via blogs and columns.
Beyond the amazing professional life, Emma's family life is a mixture of mystery and tragedy. For more details about her family life and husband, keep reading below!
Emma Barnett's Secret Married Life, Happily Married To Husband
The gorgeous journalist is one of the strong political interrogators we've known so far. Her family life and the controversial news about her father is no more a hidden mystery but what about her personal life?
She has added her name to the list of those TV personalities keeping the personal life low-profile. She's, of course, a married woman.
Emma Barnett married her high school love in an intimate ceremony
Source: Daily Mail
She married her high school love whose name is yet to be revealed. The couple studied together at Nottingham University. It was her boyfriend who informed her that her father was arrested back in 2008.
But we just wonder why Emma has not yet opened up about her personal life? Well, it's about time, one day she reveals everything about her married life.
"Sometimes things just slip out live on air. In print you have the time to decide what will or won’t make the cut. But my lovely husband has no time to have a say when I just start waxing lyrical on air about some aspect of our lives together – i.e. the first time I met his wonderful parents – having stayed over in their home after our first date…"
The couple, no doubt is living a happy family life together. They have not revealed any information about having any children.
Well, we just hope to know more about the couple in the following days.
Emma Barnett's an Amazing Interviewer After Jeremy Paxman
Emma Barnett, 32 is one of the critically acclaimed British broadcasters and journalists. With her tenacious interviewing style, she's been described as the personality equivalent to Jeremy Paxman.
When Jeremy was asked for his favorite political interrogator, he came up the name that totally stunned all, 'Emma Barnett'.
Emma Barnett abused by Jeremy Corbyn supporters after BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour interview
It's not a matter of surprise that the former Digital Media Editor of The Daily Telegraphs is one of the biggest admirers of Paxman.
She is fiercely ambitious and one of broadcasting's rising stars. She's the one holding the honor of the youngest presenter on Woman's Hour.
Emma is currently dedicated as a weekday broadcaster for BBC Radio 5 Live and an occasional presenter of Woman's Hour on BBC Radio 4. Additionally, the diva has been a columnist for The Sunday Times and a co-presenter of BBC One's Sunday Morning Live.
Emma Barnett regular on BBBC Radio'S 5 Live and Sunday Morning Live
Source: ATV Today
The manner she interviewed Labour leader Jeremy Corby in May 2017 on Woman's Hour was totally an epic episode. Corbyn struggled to recall the exact estimates relating to the childcare proposals.
You people may not have missed the episode right?
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She joined Sunday Morning Live on BBC One with Sean Fletcher; also co-presented After the News on ITV since October 2017.
Emma Barnett's Life Changed When Her Father was Imprisoned
It seems that the TV personality and renowned actors live a wonderful life behind the screen but, life is not as easy as we just assume.
Barnett was just 23 when her world totally changed. Her father Ian, a businessman who was involved in commercial property was imprisoned for 3 years in 2008 after he admitted keeping brothels in Great Manchester.
Emma's father Ian Barnett arrested for living off immoral earnings
Source: Daily Mail
He was originally arrested in 2005 after the police raid. He was suspended for the time living off the immoral activities. Sources say that he made £5 m from his massage parlors. Emma's mother, a teaching assistant, was also convicted of laundering cash from his illicit empire.
The broadcaster totally broke from inside when she came discovered that her father was going to jail.
"I fell to my knees sobbing in the carriage, as other passengers looked on aghast. I knew my dad was in trouble but he always made out it would never come to anything."
When the news hit the newspapers, she was deeply embarrassed as it was the same industry she's working in.
"I made a big decision. I decided to try to thrive. While that might sound contrite and straight out of the pages of a self-help book, it's true. The sins of the father are not the sins of the child. This wasn't my mess and I had a choice – either let it break me into tiny ashamed pieces, or use my anger to fuel my passion for life, love, and my work."
Though it was a matter of shame for the star, she bravely overcame the complicated moments. She had to face a series of questions on daily basis but, we all know that nothing can intrude between the success and a dedicated personality.
Quick Facts about Emma Barnett
Born on5 February 1985 to the family of Ian and Michelle Barnett.
The birth sign is Aquarius.
Studied at Manchester High School for Girls.
Completed graduation in history and politics at Nottingham University in 2006.
Took a post-graduate course in journalism at the Cardiff School of Journalism, Media, and Cultural Studies.
Initiated her career at Media Week in 2007 and later joined The Daily Telegraph in 2009.
Launched The Telegraph's digital section for the first time 'Wonder Women' in October 2012.
Was named the best new radio presenter at the Arqiva commercial radio awards.
She was also one of the "20 under 30 Hot List" featured in Red Magazine 2011.
She was also "Digital Journalist of the Year" and "Digital Writer of the Year" at the 2011 Online Media Awards.
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