Kate Silverton Bio, BBC, Age, Height, Parents, Spouse, Children, Salary, and Net Worth

Who is Kate Silverton?

British, Journalist, Reporter, and author, Kate Silverton, works with BBC where she serves station as a presenter and reporter. She has been working with the station since 2005.

Kate Silverton
Kate Silverton

Kate Silverton Date of Birth / Age

Silverton is approximately 50 years as of 2022 although her exact age is not known as she has managed to keep her date of birth away from the public. However, we will update the information once available.

Kate Silverton Height

Silverton stands at a height of approximately 5 feet and 11 inches tall.

Kate Silverton Parents and Siblings

Silverton was born and raised in  Waltham Abbey in Essex, England, the daughter of Terry Silverton, a black-cab driver-turned-registered hypnotherapist and Patricia Silverton. Silverton has two sisters, Claire and Amy. We will however update this information once it’s available to the public.

Kate Silverton Spouse / Husband

Silverton has for a long time been keeping details regarding whether or not she is dating private. It is therefore not known whether Silverton is married or not but the information will be updated once available.

Kate Silverton Kids / Children

Silverton gave birth to a baby girl. Her baby daughter was eventually conceived naturally, after four unsuccessful cycles of IVF. After losing an ovary during an operation to remove a cyst at the age of 29, Silverton had been told that she was unlikely to get pregnant naturally. On 25 January 2014, at the age of 43, Silverton announced that she was pregnant with her second child. She used her Twitter account to break the news, stating: “Mike and I are very happy to share that Clemency is set to become a big sister this summer.” Their second child, a son, was born on 26 June 2014.

Kate Silverton Education

Silverton  a ended West Hatch High School in Chigwell, Essex, where she was a junior swimming champion. She also competed in the triathlon. She was a Girl Guide and gained the Queen’s Guide Award. Silverton graduated from St. Cuthbert’s Society, a college at Durham University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, having previously studied Arabic and Middle Eastern history for a year.

Kate Silverton Career

Silverton worked for a London-based bank before becoming a journalist. She trained with the BBC, working on Look North news before becoming a reporter and presenter at Tyne Tees Television. She was a panel list on Channel 5’s The Wright Stuff, and hosted ITV’s The Psychic Show in 2002. Kate also featured on The Heaven and Earth ShowBig Strong Boys, and Weekend Breakfast on BBC Radio 5 Live, before joining BBC News. In 2003, Silverton allegedly hit Rod Liddle, the former editor of BBC Radio 4’s Today program, during a pilot for a new political show. Liddle said: “I made a stupid comment about the disabled which Kate rightly took exception to.”

BBC News

From 2005 until December 2007, Silverton was a presenter on BBC News 24 and also a regular relief presenter for BBC Breakfast. She presented the BBC News at One from February to August 2008, whilst main presenter Sophie Raworth was on maternity leave. BBC Scotland apologized to viewers in August 2010, after Silverton swore at the end of a news bulletin on live television. Viewers in Scotland where only ones who heard the words. A spokesman for BBC Scotland said: “Kate thought she was off-air at the time. The microphones hadn’t been faded down and the mistake only went out in Scotland.”

Silverton took maternity leave in October 2011, and returned to the News at One in April 2012. Until May 2012, she was the deputy presenter of the BBC News at One, presenting on Mondays and when main presenter Sophie Raworth was unavailable. Sian Williams later took over this role. She returned to the deputy role in October 2013 to cover for Williams’ leave. However, Williams later left the BBC so Silverton regained her role.

Kate Silverton Other BBC projects

On 1 April 2008, she presented live coverage of the celebrations held at RAF FIn airford for the 90th Birthday of the Royal Air Force. In 2008, Silverton joined the presenting team for Big Cat Diary on BBC One. She co-presented coverage of New Year Live aboard HMS Belfast in London on 31 December 2008 on BBC One with Nick Knowles.

April 2009, she appeared as a mentor in the BBC Two series The Speaker. May 2009, she presented a documentary called 10 Things You Need to Know About Sleep, which looked at different ways to deal with insomnia. From 2010, she presented the Sunday morning show on BBC Radio 5 Live, running from 09:30 to 11:00. In June 2012, Silverton interviewed Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, who called for a halt to the killing of rhinos for their horns in Africa. Silverton has also acted as a stand-in presenter for the Radio Four series Last Word.

How Much Does Kate Silverton Earn?

Silverton earns an annual salary that ranges from $100,000-$500,000.

How Much is Kate Silverton Worth?

As a journalist, Silverton has been able to accumulate a net worth that ranges from $1 million to $5 million.

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