Sophie Jane Raworth, in short, Sophie Raworth is an English newsreader and journalist. She works at the British Broadcast Centre called BBC. She is the main presenter of the BBC News at One that is aired on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. She also regularly appears on the BBC News at Six and occasionally on BBC News at ten. Sophie had started her career at BBC in the year 1992 as a news reporter.
She became the new presenter of the consumer affairs program Watchdog in 2015 and started presenting Crimewatch both for BBC One in 2016.
Early Life Of Sophie Raworth
Sophie was born in the year 1968 May 15 at Redhill, Surrey, England to a florist mother and businessman father. Sophie was brought up in Twickenham, south of London.
She has attended Putney High School and St Paul’s Girls School in Hammersmith. She has a postgraduate degree in broadcasting and journalism from City University London. Sophie Raworth has also received degrees in French and German languages from the University of Manchester. Before joining her postgraduate course, she spent a year teaching English to the teenagers of Toulouse, France.
Sopohie Raworth's Career
Afterward, she worked for the Greater Manchester Radio and then as BBC Regions correspondent in Brussels in April 1994. Later in 1995, she became the regular joint presenter of BBC’s Look North program in Leeds.
Sophie has been busy with her schedule and started to present the different shows with her co-presenters. She moved to national television in 1997 and co-presented the Breakfast News program on BBC One. She moved to BBC Six O’Clock News in January 2003 and in March 2006, she was named as the main presenter of the show.
She has presented several BBC specials including the Queen’s Golden Jubilee and Our Monarchy-the Next 50 Years. In 2006, she was part of the television coverage of the Children’s Party at the Palace.
She also appeared in a cameo role as a newsreader in the last series of the BBC comedy series My Hero. She left the program in BBC News at One in 2008 till the summer as she was pregnant with her third child.
She rejoined the program in October 2008. In 2009, Raworth was named as the main relief presenter on the BBC News at Six and BBC News at Ten when the main hosts of the program are not available. In 2013, Sophie has a cameo appearance at the start of the film A Good Day to Die Hard. She also has presented the Watchdog Test House in 2014.
Sophie Raworth's Net Worth And Other Facts
Sophie Raworth's net is $7 million at present. She is a hardworking and keen-to-learn person. Her salary is reported to be around 7 million US Dollars. She is spending her happy life with the satisfactory salary she earns. She loves running and has also won the London Marathon.
More of her information can be found on different internet sites including her pictures. Her fans can follow her on Twitter and Facebook and get updated with more of her activities.
Standing a beautiful height of five feet and 6 inches tall, Sophie Raworth is very attractive and fits in any outfit as she has maintained her body postures measuring the body size of 35-27-36 inches. This sexy and hot posture and her dazzling looks stun every one of her age and have been the icon to them.
Sophie Raworth's Personal Life
Sophie is in her mid-forties and is a married woman. She is married to a real estate agent Richard Winter in the year 2003. She has three children from her husband Richard namely Ella Rose, Georgia Grace, and a son named Oliver. She has a beautiful happy family and she is having a joyous life. There is no rumor or speculation that she might get a divorce in near future. There is no information on her past love affairs, dating, or boyfriends.
She has beautiful blonde hair and an attractive smile. She has got a pair of sexy legs which have enhanced the charm of her beauty. She looks sexier with the stockings and tights on her and in short A-line skirts. She has very attractive boobs, breasts, and cleavage which are natural ones, not the fakes that are maintained after surgery. However, her bra size has not been mentioned.
by sahra, 15 Aug, 2014