Dating Or Already Married? June Sarpong Reveals Martial Status; Breaks Down While Talking About Brother

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June Sarpong has been judged for being single without a boyfriend and...commenced dating in 2001...pair amicably parted ways...refrained from dating publically all the while... in an interview with The Loose Women...
Dating Or Already Married? June Sarpong Reveals Martial Status; Breaks Down While Talking About Brother

Quick Information

  • Dating/Affair Not Known
  • Lesbian No
  • Official Site
  • Eye Color Black
  • Hair Color Brown
  • Hair Long
  • Weight 117 lbs (53 kg)
  • Height/ How Tall? 5 Feet 5 Inches (165 cm)
  • College Sir George Monoux College
  • High School Connaught School
  • Career 2001-present
  • Net Worth $2 Million (Estimated)
  • Date of Birth May 31, 1977
  • Age 46 Years, 11 Months
  • Ex-Boyfriend David Lammy
  • Divorce/Split Not Yet
  • Relationship Status Single
  • Children/Kids Not Yet
  • Brother/s Sam Sarpong
  • Father Samuel Sarpong Sr.
  • Ethnicity/Race Mixed
  • Zodiac Sign Gemini
  • Birth Name June Konadu Sarpong MBE
  • Profession Television Presenter
  • Nationality British

When a person is a celebrity, one gets judged continuously and spoken about for various reasons. And when he/she is not married and single, then the people are even more curious about their love life.

Similarly, MTV host June Sarpong has been judged for being single without a boyfriend and marriage. So does she have a love life to share or is single?

Dating Boyfriend or Married With Husband?

June's romantic life is nothing short of a mystery. David Lammy, the British Labor Party politician, is her only known husband prospect. She and the former Minister of State for Innovation, Universities, and Skills commenced dating in 2001. After two years together, the pair amicably parted ways.

Then in 2005, David married Nicola Green. They went to have two children.

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Meanwhile, June refrained from dating publically all the while furthering her career as a writer and a social justice warrior. The Diversify author is also a member of the BBC Diversity and Inclusion Panel.

June Sarpong hints single life by sharing 2019 Valentine's Day with friend Nawaz Majid (Photo:- June Sarpong's Twitter)

All in all, June is yet to find the man of her dreams.

Mocked For Being Single

In July 2016, in an interview with The Loose Women, June - when asked about her view on the eternal judgment for not having children - revealed that instead, she had faced the cruelty for being single.

The TV Presenter revealed that people judge her for being single. They think that she is a bunny boiler and even mad. In her own words:-

 "I don't think I'm judged for not having children I think I'm judged for being single."I think they think 'Oh, is she a bunny boiler? Is she mad mad? And I say yeah, I'm a bunny boiler."

Further, when asked about experiencing the genuine joy of being a mother, she replied:-

"No, not yet”

However, June expressed her hopes of having children in the future.

Shattered After The Death Of Her Brother!

In the same June 2016 Loose Women, MTV host June opened up about the death of her actor brother, Sam Sarpong.

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Her dearly departed brother Sam had jumped off the bridge in LA in October 2015 despite the family and police tried their level best as they spent seven hours talk to him down.

Revisiting the painful memory. Junee said:-

"I have experienced emotions which I did not even know were humanely possible."

Further, June revealed that Sam did not drink and was not on medication either. She explained:-

"He wasn’t on medication, he doesn't even drink. All we know that on the day it happened, something just took over his mind. So the Sammy that we knew was not that boy on the bridge, the person that jumped off the bridge was not the man that we had loved for over 40 years."

To those people who have suicidal thought, June urged them to think about their loved ones. In her own words:-

"For anybody even considering it, even having those thoughts, I beg you on behalf of the people you love, on behalf of your family, your family, the teacher whose favourite student you were, don’t do it."

Further, June stressed on the sad truth that males are not allowed to express their feelings. She added:-

"We live in a society where men aren’t allowed to express their feelings, so if you are an alpha male the way that my brother was or the one that everybody relies on, you don't feel confident enough to be weak.And the problem with suicidal thoughts is it’s temporary. If you tell somebody there can be an intervention."

June Sarpong with her brother Sam Sarpong posing circa pre-2016 (Photo:

When a beloved commits suicide, then their family has to suffer and bear the pain from the loss. June advocates the people who have suicidal thoughts to express their feeling and seek help rather than taking a drastic step.

As a mean to cope with her brother's suicide, June even contemplated taking up a drug habit and being an alcoholic. But, she never did. That said, she professes to sympathize with the people who take the route to deal with the pain caused the tragedy of such magnitude.