Emma Vardy Biography
Emma Vardy is a media personality currently serving as the BBC’s Ireland Correspondent covering both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Previously, Vardy served as a political reporter for BBC.
Emma Vardy Age
Emma Vardy was born on February 12, 1981, in Sydney, Australia. She is 41 years old.
Emma Vardy Height
Vardy stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 4 inches tall.
Emma Vardy Education
She won a full scholarship to study music at the Royal College of Music in South Kensington, London however she settled for Journalism. She also graduated with a Master’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University College Falmouth.
Emma Vardy Family
Emma was born and raised in Sydney, Australia to her loving parents Cary Vardy, originally from Sydney, Australia. Her mother taught at the University of Southampton.
Emma Vardy Husband
She is married to her beloved husband called Aaron Adams. He is part of the amateur football team in Belfast Ravens. The duo tied the knot in March 2022.
Emma described the wedding as “just an absolutely superb day”, recounting how she and Aaron walked into the courtyard of Lissanoure Castle after their vows to be greeted by a traditional Irish band, followed by Irish dancers.
In May 2022, the duo went on a honeymoon in Hawaii. They had been together for two years after meeting while playing mixed five-a-side football. In December 2021, Aaron proposed to her on the top of Cave Hill.
Emma Vardy Salary
Emma receives an annual salary of $ 67, 890 per year. This is according to BBC News anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Emma Vardy Net Worth
Vardy has an approximate net worth of $ 1 million – $5 million.
Emma Vardy Career
She serves as the BBC’s Ireland Correspondent covering both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland for BBC flagship news programs since March 2018. Her reports can be seen or heard on the BBC Six and Ten o’clock news as well as on BBC World, the Today program, and other outlets.
Previously, Vardy served for BBC as a political reporter between March 2017 and March 2018. Prior to joining BBC, She served for BBC News for six years as a political reporter, senior reporter, and home affairs correspondent.
Emma started her journalism career as a Radio sports presenter at BBC Cornwall in July 2006. Vaedy later became a broadcast journalist in January 2009 and a video journalist in May 2010. In 2006, She was nominated by Falmouth University as the Student Television Journalist of the Year.