Emma Vardy Biography
Emma Vardy is an award-winning British news journalist currently working as a news correspondent for BBC News. Emma currently serves as a Republic of Ireland Correspondent at BBC News.
Vardy began her broadcasting career as a junior at Sky News, working as an editorial assistant for Sky Sports. In July 2006, Vardy joined BBC Cornwall as a sports presenter. She has covered the Cricket World Cup, Premier League football, Champions League football, the Rugby Lions Tour, and Formula One auto racing.
Emma was a political reporter at BBC News and a home affairs correspondent at BBC South from 2011-2017. From 2017-2018 she was a political reporter at BBC. Since 2018, Emma has been an Ireland Correspondent at BBC News.
She covers both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland for flagship news programs. Her reports appear on the BBC Six and Ten o’clock news as well as on BBC World, the Today program, and other outlets.
Emma Vardy Age
Emma is 41 years old as of 2023, She was born on February 12, 1981, in the UK. She celebrates her birthday on the 12th of February every year.
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Emma Vardy Height
Emma stands at an average height of 5 feet 4 inches and is moderate weight. She appears to be quite tall in stature if her photos, relative to her surroundings, are anything to go by.
Emma Vardy’s Parents
Emma was born and raised in Southampton by her loving parents, however, she has not disclosed any further information on her family or her siblings.
She earned ato the but decided to pursue a in instead. She attended , graduating with a in .
Emma Vardy Husband | Wedding
Emma is in a relationship with her boyfriend and future husband Aaron Adams who is part of the amateur football team Belfast Ravens and currently lives in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Emma Vardy’s Salary and Net Worth
Emma receives an annual salary of over £55,900 from her career as a news correspondent for BBC News. She is believed to have an estimated net worth of over £500,000 all from her successful career as a news journalist for BBC News.
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