Rich Journalist Christiane Amanpour With a Net Worth of $12.5 Million and Trophy Husband Jamie Rubin
Former CNN’s chief international correspondent Christiane Amanpour is one of the few journalists who has justified their profession. Winner of eleven Emmy Awards, Christiane is successful not only in her professional life but also in her married life.
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Let’s find out about her prosperous career and blooming married life.
You might know that Christiane is married to Jamie Rubin, a regular columnist for “Sunday Times.” Former Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs, Jamie has also worked as a commentator for Sky News. Jamie is currently serving as an informal adviser to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama.
First met in 1997 in Bosnia, Christiane and Jamie melded their relationship in 1998. The couple has one son, Darius John Rubin, who was born in 2000. Despite her hectic schedule, Christiane has been an awesome mom and a loving wife.
Eighteen years of their relationship has not quivered till now. Plus, being in the similar profession has helped them to understand each other. Probably, because of that, their bond has grown stronger.
Considering their respective professions, you can expect that both of them enjoy a high salary. Christiane alone has the net worth of $12.5 million.
The family of three currently resides in a luxurious house in London.
Watch her recent interview with President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, taken on May 12, 2016.
Christine receives the 2016 Burton Benjamin Memorial Award and delivers a memorable speech
After having received the Burton Benjamin Memorial Award, Christiane provided a soul moving speech about Press freedom, Fake News, and Freedom of speech. After being Incited after President Donald trump's belittling of the news media, Christiane talked about all the issues regarding the rights of a reporter.
She addressed the difficulty a journalist faces, being discriminated as a puppet and even compared to a terrorist. She was quoted saying,
I learned a long, long time ago...never to equate victim and aggressor. Never to create a false moral or factual equivalence...So I believe in being truthful, not neutral. And I believe we must stop banalizing the truth. We have to be prepared to fight especially hard right now for the truth.
feel that we face an existential crisis, a threat to the very relevance and usefulness of our profession. Now, more than ever, we need to recommit to real reporting across a real nation, a real world in which journalism and democracy are in mortal peril. Including by foreign powers like Russia who pay to churn out and place these false news articles, these lies, in many of our press. They hack into democratic systems.
The entire speech, including her, addressing to President Trump and his unfair treatment of the media can be previewed below: