Who is journalist Samantha Armytage's boyfriend? Find out about the two's relationship
Samantha Armytage is a popular journalist and television news presenter. She is best known as an exceptional MC and guest speaker who is in high demand from the corporate sector.
Who is journalist Samantha Armytage's boyfriend?
According to the Daily Telegraph reports, Sunrise host, Samantha was in the relationship with Channel Seven reporter Peter Fegan. Peter is a writer for Rugby League Player magazine. Samantha struggled to find love and she reportedly found somebody to settle down with.
Sunrise host Samantha Armytage revealed what she looks for in a man when she was called into The Kyle And Jackie O Show on Tuesday.
Aboutlove life for years, Samantha was dating everyone from Modern Family actor Eric Stonestreet to Russell Crowe. Armytage had been dating Peter Fegan for a couple of months and its seems like they were very happy. Later, Samantha reported that if she stands next to any men it does not mean she's dating them.
Armitage spoke in the past that she wanted a relationship. Not only that, she even expressed interest in having a baby. Samantha even decided to reside in Australia while Sunrise broadcasted from Rio during the Olympics. She did not want to be infected with the Zika virus, which can affect unborn children.
Peter Fegan is not the first journalist Samantha has been linked to. Samantha Armytage was dating fellow journalist Shaun White earlier this month. It was also reported that Samantha once went on a date with news veteran Samantha Usher. As soon as Usher joined Channel 7 after working on 60Minutes, there were opinions Samantha and Peter could continue their romance.
The Daily Telegraph reported that Fegan and Armitage managed to keep private since the start of their relationship. The blonde beauty admitted that she was unlucky in love, and said she only went on one date in the entire year of 2014.
Samantha Armytage's broadcasting career
Samantha Armytage began her career as a reporter and back-up presenter with WIN Television in Canberra in 1999. Samantha then moved to work as a political correspondent for Sky News in the Canberra Press Gallery.
She then covered breaking stories including the 2001 Bali bombings, the start of the Iraq War, a federal election and the January 2003 Canberra bushfire. 'Canberra bushfire' brought her to the attention of Channel seven buses in Sydney.
Additionally, Armytage covered several breaking news stories, including regular trips to Bali to report on the trials of Schapelle Corby and the “Bali-9”. She reported on the recent troubles in East Timor too. She unravels the wide range of stories such as Canterbury Bulldog's rape crisis, the aftermath of the Cronulla riots.
In the year 2013, Samantha was announced as the substitute for the program Sunrise sharing with a screen with Melissa Doyle. Samantha also anchors the 6 pm bulletin live from the Lismore flood disaster in 2005. Forty-year-old news presenter co-presents the Seven Network's very successful Weekend Sunrise with Andrew O'Keefe.
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She can be seen every Sunday morning from 8-10am and presents Seven's national 4.30pm News bulletin as well. Armytage frequently fills in on Seven's other news and current affairs shows; including Sunrise, 6 pm bulletins and Morning News.