Looking for Mary Nightangle's Family? Get Acquainted to her Husband and Children, Her Health?
Mary Nightingale is undoubtedly the biggest figure when it comes to media industry as she has contributed almost half of her lifetime in the media field. With her talent for presenting news and talking with high profile people on various issues, Mary has earned herself a big name by her hard work, dedication, and positive work ethics.
"Started from the bottom now on top" perfectly suits on Mary as she had started her career as a writer on World Business Satellite for TV Tokyo and now is one of the UK's best-known broadcasters.
Mary has covered three General Elections and interviewed numerous politicians, including Tony Blair. She made an hour-long documentary about Nick Clegg, accompanying the Lib Dem leader on the campaign trail, in the run up to the 2010 election.
Here is the video which shows how well she presents the news of 2015 election of Britain;
Caption Mary Nightingale and her co-host presenting election poll result.
Get Acquainted with her Husband and Children:
Being a very busy woman Mary is also a romantic person and does like go on vacation quite often. And in fact, she met her love of her life her husband, Paul Fenwick while she was on vacation They got married on April 2000. He was a former Human Resource Director of Trailfinders. On an interview she has given to express.co.uk on 2012 she had revealed many interesting facts about her marriage love life and children, she said;
My last holiday was… skiing in Val d’Isère, which is where my husband and I met 26 years ago. We always go there with the kids.
Mary also said exactly that the best day for her life was to get married where she said;
The best day of my life was my wedding day. We sneaked off to New York to get married. It was a very low-key affair, just a few friends that were in New York at the time, and it was fabulous. Then the days that my children were born – a whole new world opened up.
She also shared the disadvantage of her job as she has to leave her family quite often and has not got enough time for her family but when there is a day off Mary makes sure she spends each and every minute her time with her family and friends; she says;
If I can, I always try to avoid… being away from home too much. I presented Wish You Were Here for a few years and I was away a lot, but I love being back with my family and friends.
she also adds;
I’d like to say sorry to… my husband and children for always being tired and working too much.
having said that Mary always makes sure to spend her evening with her husband as she said;
My perfect evening is… a bottle of wine, my husband and Mad Men.
Mary Nightingale's Health issues:
Though the media giant Mary is successful in her field, she has major health issues and has some regrate over her past and busy career.
Mary may seem like a happy person bu she has to experience an awful past where she had her miscarriage with her second child her first child Molly was born by non-emergency caesarean section and was well-taken care by the nurse during that period.
Mary had her first child just before she was 40 and is the first to admit she almost left it too late because she assumed she was still fertile. On an interview, she recently had with dailymail.co.uk on 2016 Mary has a lot to say about her children and her health over that period. She says;
I had Molly when I was almost 40 and Joe when I was almost 41. I don’t know it was the last moment, but it felt like that.
She also had things to say of her miscarriage and how she overcame it, she says;
I screeched in at the last moment, I was the last chance saloon. But I got lucky, and after a couple of miscarriages, which were awful at the time but I’ve almost forgotten about now, I had two children.
she also adds;
I don’t regret it at all, I’m lucky it worked out for me. Some people it doesn’t work out for but I was lucky.’
Now as an ambassador for the women’s health charity Wellbeing of Women, she has taken a keen interest in fertility.
Mary also believes women should start planning to have children by the time they are 23 to give themselves the best possible chance. As on the same interview, she says;
it can be ‘scary’ for women to think about the age they should start trying for a family, but is spreading the word.Stats are stats but if you want to be sure you’re going to have, say, three children with no problems, you should start at around 23. It’s scary.Don’t assume [you’re fertile]. I think it’s the assumption that we all went through in our generation.
It’s always better to have knowledge and be checked out.’
Caption: Mary Nightingale was speaking at an event hosted by charity Wellbeing of Women on 2015.
The mother-of-two is now making sure that women have enough knowledge about their health issues and also raise awareness about pregnancy and childbirth issues.
Mary's Short Bio:
Mary Nightingale was born on May 26, 1963, in Scarborough, North Riding of Yorkshire, England. Mary had her education at St Margaret's School, an independent school for girls; She obtained a BA in English from Bedford College, University of London.
She had started her TV career as a presenter and writer on World Business Satellite. She then went on BBC World's World Business Report as a presenter and writer, covering economic and corporate news in 1994 she worked for Reuters Financial Television.
But Mary was highly recognized after she joined ITV in 2001 and soon was known for her work in for Newsflash: Stories That Stopped the World (2013), ITV Evening News (1999) and ITV News (1955). With so much of contribution to the media field Mary net worth has also grown significantly.Mary Nightingale can currently be seen presenting ITV’s 6.30 News alongside Alastair Stewart, and with Mark Austin on News