Sonia Purnell Biography
Sonia Purnell is coming from British lands and also its citizen is a well-known name in the Journalism industry. She has served in many famous newspapers including The Sunday Times, The Daily Telegraph, and The Economist.
Also, Purnell is an accomplished author and has various famous books in her name. Her book – Clementine: The Life of Mrs. Winston Churchill has won many awards and is also titled as a Book of the Year by famous newspapers like The Telegraph, The Independent, and a few others
Sonia Purnell Age
Sonia Purnell was born and raised in the United Kingdom. However, information regarding her age is under review and will be updated as soon as available.
Sonia Purnell Height
Purnell stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 inches.
Sonia Purnell Education
She went to the Guildford County Grammar School in Guildford, UK. Later, Sonia went to Sussex University to study Law & Languages. Also, Purnell attended the University of Florence and wrote a thesis comparing the British and Italian media similarities.
Sonia Purnell Family
Sonia was born and raised to British parents along with her two siblings and pretty sister in Great Britain.
Sonia Purnell Husband
She is married to her caring and loving husband called Jonathan Prynn and is a consumer business editor at The Evening Standard. The couple has two children.
Sonia Purnell Salary
Sonia receives an annual salary of $ 56, 090 per year.
Sonia Purnell Net Worth
Purnell has an approximate net worth of $ 1 million – $ 5 million.
Sonia Purnell Career
In the initial years of her career, she worked for The Economist Intelligence Unit and later as an editor for a financial magazine. Also, Sonia worked for The Daily Telegraph as both their Brussels and Whitehall Correspondent till 1995.
Later, Purnell also served as a Whitehall Editor for the Daily Mail from the year 1996 till 1999. She has written an unofficial biography of the UK’s PM Boris Johnson which is published by the Aurum Press with the title Just Boris in 2011. The other biographies, she wrote are First Lady: The Life and Wars of Clementine Churchill and A Woman of No Importance: The Untold Story of Virginia Hall, World War II’s Most Dangerous Spy.
Sonia has written many books in her career and one of them is Clementine: The Life of Mrs. Winston Churchill which is titled as the book of the year by some famous newspapers and magazines.
Punell has given her contribution to some of the famous newspapers and the likes are The Independent, The Wall Street Journal, and The London Evening.