Annita McVeigh, best known as a newsreader for BBC Channel, has established a unique name for herself in the field of journalism. The talented and gorgeous CNN's reporter has been a familiar face to the regular viewers. She has served years in BBC's BBC Newsline, BBC One. In addition to her dedication in television, Annita also hosts BBC radio.
Undoubtedly, Annita has found immense success with BBC, not only as a professional but in her personal life as well. Annita is married to a fellow BBC employee Martin Red. Let's discuss their marriage, past affairs, and relationships in detail.
Choosing a life-partner with a similar profession is getting quite common these days, and the same is the deal with BBC reporter Annita McVeigh. Annita and her husband Martin Reed, who happens to be the BBC manager, are a happily married couple.
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Annita met Martin for the first time at a party and the two started out dating soon after. Shortly after the courtship, they decided to take their relationship to the next level, down the aisle. Annita and Martin got married on June 4, 2004, in Tullysaran, County Armagh.
The couple has two children together, a daughter and a son. Annita is rarely on social platforms, thus fans hardly get updates about her day to day life. However, she is on Twitter where she mostly shares her professional life.
Given their common profession field, Annita and Martin have managed to lead her marriage successfully. Also, the journalist has also managed to keep her relationship details under the radar. Her low profile life can also be credited for her balanced marital life.
As of now, Annita is enjoying her married life with husband Martin and two of their children. And there hasn't been any news on proceedings of split or divorce in between the pair.
Annita was born in the mid-1970s, as the only child to father Gerry and mother May. Following her schooling, Annita moved to London to attended Queen's University. But unfortunately, during her first year Annita lost her father.
Her father's demise made a negative impact on her and also she couldn't be with her father at his last breathe, which was the saddest part.
Annita lost her mother after a few years of her marriage. Annita's mother was diagnosed with a mental disorder, dementia.
We wish Annita all the success in both, professional and personal life.