Judith Ralston Biography
|Birth Nation:||United Kingdom|
|Birth Place/City||Edinburg, United Kingdom|
|Profession||weather presenter, and former singer|
|Salary||£ 54 million annually|
|Children||Georgia and Max|
|Education||Royal Northern College of Music|
Judith Ralston is a Scottish weather presenter and former singer as well, mostly known for her appearance as a reporter at BBC Scotland.
Early life and education
Judith Ralston was born on 1969, Edinburg, United Kingdom. During her early age, Ralston trained as a musician and studied vocals at Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow.
Later again joined the Royal Nothern College of Music in Manchester. Ralston played Oboe, the violin and began singing at her early age of fifteen.
Judith Ralston's career began during her college days when she performed as an opera singer which made her won few awards too.
Unfortunately, Ralston's operatic singing career came to an end prematurely when her voice collapsed.
Later in 1999, she returned to Scotland for her new career as a travel reporter at BBC Scotland, soon after moved into weather presenting.
Judith Ralston has presented various programs/features in the classical music field and other BBC radio/television shows.
Currently, she is one of the main weather presenters at BBC Scotland. she is also involved in charity works in the Glasgow area.
The Scottish weather presenter Judith is married. She got married to Fraser, a meteorologist officer after she met him in BBC.
The couple is happily living their married life. They have three children together as two of them are twins.
In her early days, Judith Ralston faced many problems, as she faced numerous miscarriages including the death of twins after delivery.
When she gave birth to her twins Georgia and Max, Ralston said, she still remembered how she lost their elder siblings.
Ralston became emotional when she talked about her lost babies; she said "I lost my little girl when she was 24 weeks, a stillbirth? The older baby was lost early. I don't mind sharing it as I know a lot of women go through it. A year on, I saw my friend go through the same thing and I was able to talk her about it."
After facing severe miscarriages, the couple decided to adopt a child as they wanted more babies. However, Ralston again got pregnant in mid-2009 with twins, that time she thought that She couldn't face the same problem again.
Besides her married life, there is no any record of Judith's having an affair with boyfriends previously, as her first affair was her husband.
Judith Ralston earns a good amount of money from her journalism career as well as singing career. Additionally, Ralston has received numerous awards for her opera singing which increases her salary in high amount.
A confirm message from BBC reveals that it pays £ 54 million annually to its top presenters, as Judith is among those who have that privilege.