Golf Channel's Cara Robinson Bio: From Engaged To Married - Get All Details
- Engaged Date 23rd of December 2016
- Lesbian No
- Eye Color Hazel
- Hair Color Light Brown
- Hair Long
- Weight N/A
- Height/ How Tall? 1.85 meters (6 feet and 1 inch)
- College Benenden Boarding School
- High School Ashdown House Prep School
- Net Worth Not Disclosed
- Dating/Affair No
- Date of Birth Aug 07, 1984
- Age 39 Years, 3 Months
- Wedding Date 6th October 2017
- Divorce/Split Not Yet
- Husband/Spouse Oliver Banks
- Relationship Status Married
- Son/s Jesse Jagger Myles Banks
- Ethnicity/Race Caucasian white
- Religion N/A
- Profession Anchor
- Nationality British
Cara Robinson has established herself as the co-host on the Golf Channel’s Morning Drive since she joined the show in 2015. An England native, Cara is not only reaching the heights as a television presenter but is also relishing her happily married life.
She shares a marital relationship with her husband since 2017.
While Cara cherishes her life as a married woman, her career as a presenter at Golf Channel is jetting off. In the process, she has been able to garner followers for herself, who are willing for insights on her bio and married life with her husband. Well, here are the details ranging from her birthday details to her wedding day.
Married Life With Husband
Cara Robinson, age of 34, is married to her husband Oliver Banks. With her union with Oliver, Cara changed her last name from Robinson to Banks.
Cara and Oliver had tied the wedding knot after dating for almost six years. It is not known how the romance sparked between the two but their relationship began back in December 2011.
As per Cara's post on her Instagram, the couple marked their four years of togetherness in December 2015. On their special day, Cara posted a picture with her man in which they both are seen posing for a picture in formals while holding camphane glasses.
A year later, during their fifth anniversary month, Oliver popped the question to Cara. He got down on one knee and presented her with an engagement ring to which Cara said "Yes." Two days after being engaged, Cara revealed the news to her followers through an Instagram post.
She posted a collage of pictures in one of which Cara was seen showing off her engagement ring. The Christmas of that year served her right. After months of being engaged, the couple confirmed the date for their wedding.
Cara Robinson weds Oliver Robinson on October 2017 (Photo: Cara Robinson's Twitter)
Cara and Oliver exchanged their wedding vows in October 2017 at Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club among their invited guests. Cara opted for a lace gown for her big day which was complemented by a long veil.
After being pronounced as husband and wife, Cara and Oliver jetted off to Santorini for their honeymoon.
2018 was a great year for Cara as she became pregnant with her husband’s child in the same year. As an expectant mother, she kept sharing updates about her preggo life to her Instagram followers.
In May 2019, Cara had the cutest gender reveal party. The blue-themed gave a sneak-peek into the TV host’s life as a mother to a baby boy.
One month after the joyous ceremony, Cara got blessed with a son on 1st June 2019. She named her firstborn as Jagger Myles Banks. The little munchkin was born exactly at 6:35 am EDT and weighed 8lb 1oz.
Cara Robinson poses with husband Oliver Robinson and newborn son Jagger Myles Banks in June 2019 ( Photo: Cara Robinson's Instagram)
Post welcoming Jagger home, Cara has kept sharing updates about her baby boy on Instagram. She regularly reflects on her blessed life with a husband and a baby.
On maternity leave from May to September 2019, Cara is relishing most of her new phase of life.
Details From Her Birthday To Arrival At Golf Channel
Cara Robinson, who is now referred to as Cara Banks, celebrates her birthday every year on 7th August. Cara, now at the age of 34, was raised by her family as a sports lover. She had an interest in sports, which landed her as a host for sports shows.
Previously Cara hosted a weekly Sky Sports' show, Golf World. Later in 2015, she joined Golf Channel as a co-host of Morning Drive. Adding to it, Cara also hosts Golf Central. Likewise, she was also selected to host World Golf Hall of Fame induction ceremony of 2017.