Emma Vardy Bio, Age, Parents, Brother, Husband, Kids, BBC, Salary

Emma Vardy
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Emma Vardy Biography

Emma Vardy is a media personality serving as the BBC’s Ireland Correspondent covering both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Previously, she was a political reporter for BBC.

Emma Vardy Age

She was born on February 12, 1981 in Sydney, Australia. She is 40 years old as at 2021.

Emma Vardy Height

She is 5 feet 4 inches tall.

Emma Vardy Nationality

Vardy is a British national.

Emma Vardy Education

Vardy won a full scholarship to study music at the Royal College of Music in South Kensington, London however she settled for Journalism. She also graduated from the University College Falmouth with a Master’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism.

Born in Sydney, Australia she completed her high school education in Australia before moving to the United Kingdom for higher education.

Emma Vardy Parents

Emma is the daughter of Cary Vardy, originally from Sydney, Australia. Her mother, Cary taught at the University of Southampton however there is no information about her father.

Emma Vardy Brother

She hasn’t revealed whether she has a brother or not.

Emma Vardy Husband

Vardy is not married however she is in a relationship with Aaron Adams. Her partner is part of the amateur football team Belfast Ravens and lives in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

 

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Emma Vardy Kids

Emma does not have children of her own however her partner, Aaron has.

On February 5, 2021 she and her partner lost a daughter, Ellsa Alexander-Adams. Ellsa was her partner’s daughter.

Emma posted the incident on her Twitter account saying: “Today our hearts are heavy as we lay to rest this little girl. Ellsa sadly passed away on 05.02.21. She had an incredible father in Aaron & was known and loved by a great many people in Northern Ireland, I am proud to say I was one of them. You go have fun now princess.”

The six-year-old had suffered from severe epilepsy and other health issues since she was a baby. Several people passed on their condolences, including former Secretary of State Julian Smith and Derry Girls writer Lisa McGee.

Mr. Smith tweeted: “Thinking of you all today – beautiful photographs”.

Ms. McGee wrote: “Oh Emma I am so so sorry. Thinking of you and Aaron. ”

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Aaron has another child, Jonah, the elder brother to Ellsa.

 

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Emma Vardy BBC News

Vardy serves as the BBC’s Ireland Correspondent covering both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland for BBC flagship news programmes since March 2018. Her reports can be seen or heard on the BBC Six and Ten o’clock news as well as on BBC World, the Today programme and other outlets.

Previously, she was a political reporter for BBC between March 2017 and March 2018. Prior to joining BBC, she worked for BBC News for six years as a political reporter, senior reporter and home affairs correspondent.

Vardy began her journalism career as a Radio sports presenter at BBC Cornwall in July 2006. She later became broadcast journalist in January 2009 and video journalist in May 2010.

In 2006, Vardy was nominated by Falmouth University as the Student Television Journalist of the Year.

Emma Vardy Controversy

In 2020, Vardy appeared in a sex scene with her partner, Aaron as part of a parody of Queen classic I Want to Break Free. The sex scene was one of the segments in a video made by Aaron and friends from his team to raise money for NHS Charities Together’s Covid-19 appeal. The finished film was posted on Aaron’s Twitter profile and the club’s Facebook page, with the message: ‘So here it is. Four weeks of lockdown… no football… and this is what happens.’

The video was then edited and reposted, with Emma’s bed scene removed. A BBC spokesperson told Sunday Life: “This was intended to be light-hearted, but Emma accepts it was inappropriate and has removed the clip.”

Emma Vardy Salary

She earns an average salary ranging between £48,900 and £230,000 per year.

Emma Vardy Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth ranging between £100 thousand and £1 million.

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