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Ruth Watson Biography

Dibya Raj Adhikari Wed Nov, 2015
Ruth Watson

Facts of Ruth Watson

Date of Birth: 1950
Birth Nation: United Kingdom

Quick Timeline of Ruth Watson

1950 Born in London, England
1981 Married to David Watson
1983 Bought Hintlesham Hall in Hintlesham
1994 Became food editor of the Daily Mail Weekend magazine
2005 Began presenting the show, The Hotel Inspector
1997 Won Cookery Writer of the year

Detail Timeline of Ruth Watson

1950

Born in London, England

 Born as Ruth Watson in London, England, United Kingdom to British parents, Ruth received her primary education from London. She is British and is of white ethnicity. After gaining her primary education from some elementary school in London, she joined Westonbirt School in Gloucestershire.

1981

Married to David Watson

In 1981, she got married to David Watson. As a loving spouse they bought Hintlesham Hall in Hintlesham, Suffolk. They are still together and this is also her only love affairs. There is no any sign of them getting divorced. 

1983

Bought Hintlesham Hall in Hintlesham

After completing her secondary education, Ruth began her career as a graphic design. Then she joined Good Food Guide and became an inspector. She entered into the hotel line after being married with David. Together they bought a restaurant. 

1994

Became food editor of the Daily Mail Weekend magazine

Since 1983, she had lots of experience in the hotel line and the cook. So one day in 1994, one of her friend asked her who is also a publisher asked her to be a food editor. Few days later, she became food editor of the Daily Mail Weekend magazine.

2005

Began presenting the show, The Hotel Inspector

Ruth Watson is a multi talented British woman. She is an established English hotelier and a food writer. She is also popular for being the news broadcaster. She began presenting the show, The Hotel Inspector since 2005. 

1997

Won Cookery Writer of the year

As a cook writer she has been honored several times in her life. As soon as she began writing cook books, she was nominated in Glenfiddich Award and then in 1997, she won her first Cookery Writer of the year.

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In 1981, she got married to David Watson. As a loving spouse they bought Hintlesham Hall in Hintlesham, Suffolk. They are still together and this is also her only love affairs.

After completing her secondary education, Ruth began her career as a graphic design. Then she joined Good Food Guide and became an inspector. She entered into the hotel line after being married with David. Together they bought a restaurant and within short period of time they turned this restaurant into a 33-room hotel. She also began writing food articles after that. Her net worth is believed to be in millions.