Fiona Bruce is a British journalist, newscaster, anchoring news at BBC News Network. She is renowned for broadcasting BBC News at Six, Crimewatch, Real Story, Antiques Roadshow, and Fake of Fortune. She still anchors on the BBC One edition program Question Time. She is a very beautiful and dedicated news anchor at the BBC news station.
Fiona Bruce was born on 25th April 1964 in Singapore. She is currently 56 years of age. She celebrates her birthday on every 25th April of every year to honor her birthday.
Fiona Bruce was born to an English mother and a Scottish father that was working as a post boy before becoming a regional director of Unilever Company. The names and residential details of her parents are still unavailable.
Fiona Bruce is the only girl in a family of three. She has two elder brothers whose names and professional details are unavailable in the media. She is the youngest of the family.
Fiona Bruce was brought up in England, where she schooled. She attended Gayton Primary School in Wirral, the International School of Millan, where she acquired her primary and secondary education. Fiona later joined Haberdashers’ Aske’s Hatchman College in New Cross, London, England, where she nurtured her career in Journalism. Later, Fiona Bruce joined Hertford College, Oxford, England, where she learned French and Italian languages. She was very active in rock band singing. She also attended the University of London in Paris, where she enhanced journalism skills and career.
Fiona Bruce is an above-average person in stature. She appears taller than most objects in her pictures. Fiona weighs 134.4lbs (61Kg), making her above average. She is 5feet and 10inches (1.78m) tall. Fiona shoe size is 8.5 (US) and puts on dress number 4 (US). She has a slender, curvaceous body that attracts most of her male fans on BBC. She is a very beautiful and charming woman to watch anchor the news.
Fiona Bruce got married to the love of her soul Nigel Sharrocks in the year 1994, July in Islington. She lives an accomplished marriage life full of fun, love, and companionship. Her marriage is successful without hitches and challenges.
Fiona Bruce is blessed with two children, a boy, and a girl. Her son is named Sam, and her daughter is named Mia Ros. Fiona Bruce is one of the journalists that do not use social media as she describes it as misogynistic abuse focused on female celebrities.
After school, Fiona was privileged to secure a job at the consultancy firm where she found the experience sad and dull. Bruce later joined different advertisement agencies like Boase Massimi Pollit, where she met her husband.
Fiona Bruce joined BBC news as an assistant producer on Panorama before she started reporting roles on Breakfast News in 1992. She relocated to BBC South East, appearing as an occasional presenter on Newsroom South East. Fiona worked as current issues news reporter on the First Sight program of BBC News.
In 1998, Fiona Bruce joined BBC Two’s Antiques Show as the anchor, a show that was in its fourth series. She worked on the show for almost a decade. She offered and presented the Antiques Roadshow that made her even more famous, fetching her millions of viewership. Fiona Bruce polished a documentary on Cherie Blaire when Tony Blaire left office. She was also a seasoned news anchor on special editions like The Money Program.
In 1999, Fiona was named the Six O’clock News secondary presenter alongside Huw Edwards and regularly on Friday until 2003. Between 2003 and 2007, Fiona Bruce presented a report on BBC One, the edition of the current affairs, Real Story that made her famous among fans. She also worked as co-anchor on Crimewatch alongside Nick Ross until both of them were shifted to the Kirsty Young program close to 2007 end.
In 2006, Fiona Bruce was following a court case on British Airways when a Christian employee was fired irregularly over the dress code. Bruce had an interest in the case as she put on a necklace with a cross, the same reason that made the employee get fired. In 2007, Fiona Bruce and Edward moved from Six O’clock News to BBC Ten O’clock News. Fiona Bruce was privileged to be the first female presenter of the news bulletin. She anchored the news for six years before being transferred.
In 2007, Fiona Bruce returned to her BBC News at Six O’clock and served until 2019 January. In 2019, Fiona Bruce took up the role of Debate hosting on BBC Question Time from David Dimbleby. She almost created controversy and scam in the new roles, and she disclosed that the task is the most challenging for her in her whole career life.
In 2010, Fiona Bruce published a BBC documentary, Victoria: A Royal Love Story (2010), to depict the love relationship between Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. The documentary had a lot of arts, paintings, jewelry use, among other gifts that each lover bid gave one another. In 2011, Fiona Bruce hosted the Fake or Fortune program alongside Philp Mould. This program worked to authenticate the artworks, including modern technologies.
In the same year, Fiona Bruce published The Queens Palace documentary and aired it on BBC to tell a story of Queen Elizabeth II. The documentary also covered the three residential officers, Buckingham Palace, Windsore Castle, and Holyrood Palace. She published another documentary, Leonardo da Vinci in 2012. Between 2015 and 2016, Fiona Bruce anchored the BBC Four quiz edition famously known as Hive Minds.
Fiona Bruce is an outspoken journalist when it comes to Feminism. She suggested that in 2006 polls, three-quarters of women did not see Feminism as a necessity. She believes that Feminism is still relevant to her. It is a shame that it has become a byword. Fiona is a disappointed woman since women do not work with other women. She also runs the anti-pornography campaigns while still at university, where she developed her feminism stand.
Fiona Bruce is the vice president of Vision Aid Overseas (VAO) alongside her collogue, sir Trevor McDonald. In 2005, Bruce was the voice of the VAO lifeline Appeal that called for the support of less privileged in the society and oversaw. She launched the Vision Aid Overseas (VAO) review program to annually review the foundation operations. She also participated in the What It Going to Take campaign for the charity Women Aid. In 2009, she was inducted in the Hall of Fame in honor of her immense contributions in Charity work on behalf of NSPCC.
Fiona Bruce is one of the highest-paid journalists in Britain. As of 2019, it was revealed that Bruce earns £170,000 annually, making her rich and powerful
Fiona Bruce is rated as one of the richest and powerful Journalists in Britain. She has a net worth of $3 million, comprising of both assets and cash. She derives the wealth from her journalist, television presentation, and news anchoring work she has been doing for some time.