Sarah-Jane Mee Can Totally Get Married - Just Needs A Boyfriend Now! Inside Her Life

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Sarah-Jane Mee Can Totally Get Married - Just Needs A Boyfriend Now! Inside Her Life

Sarah-Jane Mee's career has been inclining since she was chosen as the host of the Sky News' breakfast program Sunrise in 2016. But to maintain a successful work life, she has to keep up with a tight schedule which may have overshadowed her personal life. Waking up at 3 in the morning for covering her 6 am show hasn't much helped Sarah in her love life.

Does she prioritize her relationship as much as she adores her work? Let's find out!

Sarah-Jane Mee's Personal Life And Future Plans

Sarah, 40, must have made Eve Mendes a pretty insecure woman when she revealed that her celebrity crush was Ryan Gosling. Ryan may have gotten into huge trouble for that, but for Sarah, she doesn't have to worry.

Sarah considers herself married to her Sunrise co-host Jonathan Samuels but only professionally. She addressed Jonathan as her TV husband while talking about her relationship with her co-worker through a post on her Twitter account which read,

"yes @jonathansamuels he is my 'tv husband' - we are not married in real life!!

Sarah with Jonathan on Sky News Sunrise (Photo:

Sarah, who is currently single, has had her fair share of relationships in the past. Talking about her previous boyfriends and how her work got struck on the way of her love life, she told the Dailymail,

‘I’ve been in some fantastic relationships, but it’s all about timing. I’ve had three big loves in my lifetime. My most recent ex didn’t like the limelight. Whoever I’m with has to accept that I have a profile and I know that’s sometimes a big ask. It would be nice to meet someone not in the industry – I don’t want to go home and talk about work. I live and breathe my job but there has to be a cutoff point.’

Sarah may not have been fortunate with her past affairs, yet she hopes to find a suitable partner some day. But Sarah insists on not panicking about the matter and be happy with what she's got until then. 

‘I think people concentrate too much on what they haven’t got rather than enjoying what they have. It’s fine not to be in a relationship, and I want other single women out there to know that. I’m not just going to settle for any guy. Of course I want to find The One, but I’m not panicking about it. Right now I’ve got the dream job and I’m loving life.’

Sarah is also godmother to five children (including Wilf, the son of Sky Sports presenter Natalie Pinkham), although she has no biological children of her own. Someday, Sarah hopes to have children of her own, but she is looking for a suitable partner to raise the child with. Sarah, who had previously thought about freezing her eggs, wants her children as an outcome of a relationship.

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It seems like Sarah has already begun the quest for her future kids' father as she revealed her joy in playing the dating game. Sarah admitted having enjoyed a few nights out with someone hoping that it might turn out be special. However, she did not reveal the name of her date. Hopefully, she will find her right match for herself soon and even acknowledge her man in the public! 

Health Scare

A TV host’s most valuable weapon is her voice.

In 2018, Sarah’s source of strength, vocal cord was not well. Earlier she thought that she was suffering from laryngitis, but the health issue turned out to be vocal cord paralysis.

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Doctors suggested Sarah for a surgery; thus she underwent the procedure to get well. In her weak time, she was noticeably absent from her job at Sky Sunrise. While her family-like-colleagues and loyal viewers send her positive vibes, some even went ahead to criticize Sarah for not showing for work.

But she defended her absence via Twitter in 2018. She requested the complainers for kindness in her hard times. A strong lady, the TV host bounced back from her health scare and joined her co-workers for delivering the quality news and discussion at Sky Sunrise in 2019.

Apart from being a talented host, Sarah is an ally of LGBTQI. On 1st May 2019, she posted on Instagram, supporting a trans-woman athlete in a debate if the woman should be allowed to participate in female sports.