Clare Tomlinson is an anchorwoman who currently works for the British satellite sports network Sky Sports, a television channel operated by “Sky plc”. She has also served as the appointed head of the communications department at Arsenal Football Club. She is a current presenter of the Sky Sports News show “Through the Night”.
Clare Tomlinson’s husband and her family
Clare Tomlinson is yet to disclose more information regarding her personal life. However, she is a married woman. She is presently married to Charles Windsor.
Tomlinson was born at Barrowby and was a graduate of Kesteven and Grantham Girl’s School. She is yet to talk furthermore about the family of her.
Clare Tomlinson’s career
Tomlinson started her career in public relations and worked as the receptionist at Max Clifford & Associates at the same period. She has served as a media officer at the Football Association in the early 1990s. She was also appointed as the chief of the communications department at Arsenal Football Club and helped Arsene Wenger deal with the media.
Tomlinson also a s sisted Richard Key in hosting the BskyB’s UEFA Champions League coverage and later became the touchline reporter on Sky Sports’ Ford Super Sunday. She co-hosted Sky Sports’ Sunday morning football highlights program, Goals On Sunday. She was also in a news for some days because of using the vulgar word during an anecdote. She used the word c**t in an interview with Stephen Bywater but was not criticized for it.
— Clare Tomlinson (@Clare1744) April 18, 2016
She is the current presenter on Sky Sports News and hosts the late show Through the Night. She also became the first woman to host the Professional Footballers’ Association Awards Ceremony at the Grosvenor Hotel in April 2007 in London.