Timeline of Naga Munchetty
|Date of Birth:||1975 , February-25|
|Birth Nation:||United Kingdom|
|Height:||5 Feet 3 Inch|
Regarding her personal life, Naga is a happily married woman. She got married to a handsome English actor and assistant director James Hagger in 2007. Naga is happy to have Hagger as her loving husband. Moreover, the couple is living in harmony and we here no rumor regarding their separation or them having a problem in their relationship.
Naga received her primary education from Graveney School. After completing her secondary education, she joined Leeds University and she graduated from there with Bachelor of Arts degree in English literature and language.
She then began her journalism career and that was from the Evening Standard. She then joined The Observer and began serving on its Business Section. She made her television debut from Reuters Financial Television as a news reporter. She outed that she will be with BBC team till April 2017. Munchetty is reported to earn a handsome amount from her journalism career with BBC.
She is reported to earn around $45,000 per month which ables her to live a celebrity life. Her current estimated net worth is reported to be around $ 12 million which includes her spacious modern design home in Hertfordshire, Southern England which is reported to be worth around $ 2 million.
Naga Munchetty facts on timeline
Born in Streatham, London, England
Born as Subham Nagalakshmi Munchetty Chendriam in Streatham, London, England of United Kingdom to Indian parents, Naga was also raised in Streatham, London. She is English and is of Indian descent. She is five feet and three inch tall.
Married to James Hagger
In 2007, Naga got married to James Hagger. James Hagger is an English actor and assistant director. Naga his happy to have him as her loving husband and he is so caring and loving towards her. They are still together.
Joined Working Lunch
After completing her secondary education, she joined Leeds University and she also graduated from there with Bachelor of Arts degree in English literature and language. She then began her journalism career and that was from the Evening Standard. She then began working at the Working Lunch from the end of 2008.
Began presenting early morning bulletins
She joined Working Lunch at the end of 2008 and then she stayed there till July 2010. Next month, she began presenting the early morning bulletins on the BBC News Channel. She was also one of the presenters of BBC One's Breakfast.
Won Celebrity Mastermind
Besides being a journalist, newsreader and presenter, she also has lots of interest in playing golf and she also admitted that she used to play golf five times a week. In 2013, she won the Celebrity Mastermind award.