Sophie Raworth is a senior newsreader and presenter for the BBC. She has been with the BBC since 1992 and has presented a variety of programs, including BBC News at One, BBC News at Six, BBC News at Ten, and Watchdog.
Raworth was born in Surrey in 1968. She studied French and German at the University of Manchester and then went on to study broadcasting and journalism at City, University of London.
Raworth began her career as a news reporter for BBC Radio Manchester. She then moved to BBC Regions, where she was a correspondent in Brussels. In 1997, she joined the BBC’s Breakfast News program.
In 2000, Raworth became the main presenter of BBC’s Look North program in Leeds. She then moved to the BBC Six O’Clock News in 2003. In 2006, she became the main presenter of BBC News at One.
Raworth has also presented a number of other programs for the BBC, including Election Night, Watchdog, and Crimewatch. She is a regular presenter on the BBC News Channel and BBC World News.
Raworth is a respected journalist and presenter. She is known for her clear and concise delivery and her ability to connect with viewers. She is also a passionate advocate for accurate and unbiased reporting.
In addition to her work as a journalist, Raworth is also a keen runner. She has run the London Marathon several times and is a patron of the charity, Running for Good.
Sophie Raworth Husband, Is Sophie Raworth Married?
Raworth is married and has three children. She lives in London, she married Richard Winter in London in 2003 after dating for a year.
Winter is a company director of real estate. He proposed to Raworth in Amalfi, Italy while on holiday for her 35th birthday.
Raworth and Winter were old friends who had a relationship years before their reunion. During their first go at love, Winter ended the relationship – Raworth said it was the only time she was dumped, normally being the heartbreaker herself.
Raworth only had three steady relationships before marrying Winter.
The couple lives in London with their three children. Raworth told The Telegraph her perfect weekend would be going “to see a film” with Richard followed by eating at their favorite neighbor bistro, Aglio E Olio on London’s Fulham Road.