You might have noticed the two times winner of the European Poker Tour, Victoria Coren Mitchell, who has shown her best fortune to the whole world. Starting the career as TV presenter as well as a writer, she has smashed best of the success in her life.
The former Poker player and her husband, David Mitchell are an example of the perfect couple vowed to be together for the lifetime.
Victoria's Love Relation Turned Into Wedding
Victoria and David met at a film premiere in 2007 and started dating in 2010. The couple waited for three years for the exchange of their feelings.
After dating for two years, the couple announced their engagement on 20 March 2012 and finally had their wedding on 17 November 2012. Victoria Coren revealed that was love at first sight when she met her husband, David Mitchell in 2007.
Victoria's husband, David is a British comedian, writer, and television presenter, who has won British Academy Television Award for Best Comedy Performance in 2009.
The wedding picture of Victoria Coren and David Mitchell, London in 2012 (Photo: Rex Features)
Furthermore, the couple welcomed their daughter, Barbara Elizabeth June Mitchell in 2015 and confirmed her entrance to motherhood through a Tweet on 22 May 2015. The arrival of her daughter was an absolute shocker as she never announced that she was pregnant.
How Much Is Victoria's Net Worth?
Victoria Coren summons her net worth of $2 million from her profession as a poker player. She is also an English writer and presenter. Victoria won the competition to write a column about teenage life in The Daily Telegraphy's weekend section.
She has won two European Poker Tour titles and became the first woman to win an event on the European Poker Tour in 2014. Victoria fought back from eighth place to win £391,932 cash and a watch that worth £4,000. She won £1.43million, beating 555 competitors and being the two-time winner of the European Poker Tour.
She has also published her books; Once More, with Feeling and Love 16. Victoria also wrote an introduction to Chocolate and Cuckoo Clocks, an anthology of comic writing by her father Alan, being associated with her sibling, Giles Coren.
She released her poker biography; For Richer, For Poorer: A Love Affair with Poker in September 2009, which was reviewed in The Times and The Observer.
Victoria Coren was born to the parents; Alan Coren and Anne Kasriel in Hammersmith, London in 1972 and celebrates her birthday on 18 August. The birth sign of Victoria, age 46, is Leo. She belongs to British white ethnicity and holds British nationality. Victoria stands at the height of 1.6 meters ( 5 feet and 3 inches).
Her father Alan was also a writer and journalist. He mainly followed the path of satire in his writings. Alan died of cancer in 2007 in North London.
She got the education from Independent Girls' Schools in her early age, and she graduated from St. John's College, Oxford in England with the first class degree.