Kirsteen Macdonald is the beautiful weather forecaster and a broadcaster for BBC Alba who tells you and warns you about the weather. She is also the winner prestigious women's Gold Medal at the Royal National Mòd in 2006 and the prestigious Gaelic Ambassador Award 2014.
Career And Progression:
Now a well-recognized journalist, Kirsteen began her career working as a presenter of the children’s magazine show ‘Dè a-nis?’ and worked as a Glasgow-based reporter for BBC Radio nan Gàidheal.
She is a weather presenter for a news program, An Là, on BBC Alba, providing accurate and reliable information. She is the first Scots Gaelic to be a weather presenter. She also presents the weekly news review program, Searched Là (Seven Days), on Sunday nights.
Net Worth And Salary:
As the first person in her community to work in one of the major television channels, the weather forecaster and journalist earn a good salary. An average broadcaster receives between $30000 to 45000 in pay per year. Kirsteen, along with the job, also works on other projects that contribute to her net worth and salary.
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Already Engaged or Married?
The TV personality hasn’t revealed much about her personal life.
However, she was linked with another Gold Medalist, James Graham as her boyfriend. It was around 2009. James and Kirsteen both are Scottish Royal National Mòd Gold Medal winners for the song.
As of now, her relationship status is still pretty well disguised. For example, there’s no official report on her wedding and marriage or having a husband.
Kirsteen, currently in her late 30s, was born and raised in Inverness, where she was educated in Gaelic medium. Her mother's family is from the Morar area on the west coast, and her father comes from Helensburgh. Therefore, she belongs to the Scottish ethnicity.