Australian Journalist and TV personality Monique Wright Monique is one of the first reporters to bring the news of the death of wildlife warrior Steve Irwin to Australian and International audiences and the first reporter to interview the Mayor of London after the terrorist attack of London.
Monique also presented at the IOC meeting in Singapore. Similarly, she has hosted a lot of notable programs and covered events like Cyclone Larry and the Olympic Games.
Mother Of Three Children; Married Now?
Mother of three, Wright is married to Tim Scanlan, the couple started dating during the late 2000s. After a few years of dating, their first child Ettienne Scanlan was born on March 2010.
Three years later, their second child Pascale Scanlan was born. The happiness didn't end there as on 18 April 2015, Monique and Tim overwhelmed the fans by confirming their third baby's news. The duo didn't expect to have another child, but things went surprisingly well after she became four months pregnant with her third kid at the age of 42. Speaking with dailytelegraph.com.au, Monique told:
"It was the last thing that we expected, It was completely unplanned but we are absolutely thrilled.”
Monique Wright spotted on the north shore carrying a baby son (Photo: matrix.photoshelter.com)
Though Bondi Tsunami's star kept her third kid's information to herself, she was captured in a photograph carrying the small baby to the north shore.
Monique Wright's Wiki And Bio- Details Of Net Worth!
Born on the 18th of May in 1973, Monique Wright has been accumulating the net worth as a journalist and a TV presenter. Currently, she has been earning revenue as being the co-host of Weekend Sunrise.
She started her career as a weather presenter on Seven Network’s national breakfast program Sunrise in 2007. According to PayScale magazine, an estimated salary of an employee at Seven Network Limited is AU$78K.
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Later on, she replaced Grant Denyer as a weather reporter. Soon, she stepped down as weather reporter from Sunrise for her expanded role on Seven Network. Similarly, in 2009, she became the host of the new afternoon entertainment program “The Daily Edition” alongside Sally Obermeder, Kris Smith, and Tom Williams. From 2013 to 2014, she replaced Samantha Armytage temporarily as a co-host on weekend sunrise and became a permanent co-host for the show in 2014.