Laura Kuenssburg is a well-known journalist who currently is the political editor for BBC News only recently. She has also previously worked in the sector of Radio and also undertaken the responsibilities of a reporter, affair editor and correspondent for BBC News and other networks.
She started her career by working for local radio and cable television before joining BBC North East Cumbria in 2000. After working shortly for Channel 4, she moved to BBC news. As BBC’s chief political correspondent she reported BBC one, BBC News and Daily Politics. She took the job of business editor for ITV on September 11 but returned to BBC on 12th Nov 2013 as chief correspondent and a presenter of ‘Newsnight.' On July 2015 BBC approved her as their political editor, and she became the first female to hold the position in BBC.
Is she Married or Dating?
Talented, Smart, Charming, and beautiful Laura have all the personalities for an ideal partner. Maybe that is why she is neither currently has a boyfriend nor has been dating anyone lately. That is because she is already married. She is married to her loving husband James Kelly. Her husband is a management consultant who had studied at Edinburg and also attended Harvard. Now we can only await the good news of her being pregnant and welcoming a baby.
What is her Net Worth and Salary?
Being such a highly acclaimed journalist, Laura must have a fortune in earnings from her jobs. Even though her net worth must sum up to a big amount, the exact estimation of her net worth is still under review. Even her exact salary has been revealed. She makes a staggering annual salary of 200,000 pounds. If you think that this is not very impressive, then people may not know that her show only has an average of 600,000 viewers in the recent years. This had also led to a bit of a controversy back in 2014 when her salary was revealed to the media. They even have a great home in East London that they can afford through her net worth.
Her Short Bio:
Laura Juliet Kuenssberg was born in 1976 in Italy, but she is ethnically British according to her wiki. She is a daughter of Nick Kuenssberg, a Scottish Businessman, and mother Sally Kuenssberg. She attended the University of Edinburg where she studied journalism and completed her course in journalism from the Georgetown University in Washington D.C.