Is journalist Anna Coren in a relationship? Uncover her journalism career and dating history
Anna Coren, an Australian columnist and previous commentator, is well-known as a global CNN. The 40-year-old journalist has often been a hot topic for media because of her affairs and relationships. So, why not to more about her dating and relationships!
Anna Coren's Relationship
The CNN journalist is single and does not have a husband yet. However, her name is often linked with Adam Upton, an Australian venture broker. Reportedly,they have been dating since 1995. According to solid data, the couple wanted to 'tie the know' in last January. However, their plan to get married was canceled because of the journalist's pregnancy.
She was eight months pregnant with the babies of Adam in October 2015. Further information about the babies and her 'planned' marriage with Adam is not disclosed by Anna.
Did Anna Coren date Andrew Bourke?
The relationship with Adam was put to a stop by Anna for few months in 2008. As per a close friend of her, the former anchor dated Australian Businessman Andrew Bourke, during those eight months. The couple couldn't proceed with their connection for quite a while and broke up; that was when Anna reunited with Adam.
Anna Coren Professional Career
Anna was grabbed by the Nine Network in 1999 and earned a spot as an on-camera columnist for National Nine News in mid-2000. In 2002, she started hosting news redesigns and the National Nine Early Morning News.
On 27 January 2007, Coren was named moderator of Today Tonight East Coast release, supplanting Naomi Robson, who left the show on 1 December 2006. Her part as a moderator of 'Today Tonight' saw Coren turns into the regular subject of parody by the moderators of the TV program The Chaser's War on Everything.
— anna coren (@amcoren) July 18, 2014
In September 2008, Coren reported that she would leave 'Today Tonight' to bring up a position with CNN in Hong Kong. She was succeeded by Matthew White, with Coren introducing Today Tonight for the keep going time on 10 October 2008.