Ulrika Jonsson, also known by her first name Ulrika is a famous television presenter from Sweden. She is currently working in the United Kingdom and is known for her work in the television show Shooting Stars. Ulrika Jonsson is married thrice in her life and is a mother of four children.
Ulrika Jonsson belongs to the middle-class family, born as Eva Ulrika Jonsson in Sollentuna, Sweden to Gun Brodie and Bo Jonsson. She is of Swedish nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity.
Ulrika Jonsson began her career as a secretary in 1988. She worked for the post for about a year and then she finally joined TV-am in 1989 and that was also the start of her television career. In 1991, she featured in the film The Annunciation of Marie followed by her service as a host in Gladiators (1992-2002) and The National Lottery.
She also hosted Eurovision Song Contest in 1998 and Miss World in 1999 where Yukta Mookhey from India was the winner. Alongside Ronan Keating, she co-hosted the Royal Variety Performance alongside at the Lyceum Theatre in London in 1999.
From 1995 to 2002, she was a team captain on the BBC TV quiz show Shooting Stars, where she later worked again from 2009-2011. Also, in 2007, Ulrika took part in the ITV reality TV show Dancing on Ice, where she was partnered with Pavel Aubrecht.
In 2009 and 2010, Ulrika also gave her appearance (participated) in Celebrity Big Brother and Ultimate Big Brother respectively. And in 2017, she reached the final of Celebrity MasterChef where BBC presenter Angellica Bell won.
Talking about her personal life, in 1990, she got married to John Turnbull, a famous cameraman. They also had a child, a son Cameron born in 1994. The couple after 5 years of marriage, divorced in 1995.
After that, she started dating former footballer Stan Collymore and spend quality time as girlfriend and boyfriend together. Later, she was in a relationship with German hotel manager Marcus Kempen and welcomed daughter Bo Eva Coeur Jonsson, in November 2000, however, parted after that.
On 9th August 2003, she got married for the second time in her life and that was with her husband, Lance Gerrard-Wright. They shared a daughter Martha Sky Hope Gerrard-Wright, in May 2004 and separated in October 2005.
Now, she is now enjoying her married life with third husband Brian Monet, American advertising executive after tying the knot in March 2008. They are still together and are the parents of their son Malcolm Monet born in June 2008.
With her successful career journey, Ulrika Jonsson' net worth is around $5 million as of 2018.
In 2011, she sold her Berkshire home and moved to Henley mansion with her husband Brian Monet and 4 children. They bought the property paying £1.9 million and spent £500,00 to decorate. In 2013, the house was put on the market value for £3 million as she wanted to return to her hometown Sweden.
In April 2018, Ulrika made the highlights after she joined local community to raise £500,000 to buy a local pub, preventing to demolish into houses.