David Minchin ( Louise Minchin husband ) : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Restaurant
David Minchin ( Louise Minchin husband ) is a restauranteur and investor know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Restaurant
|Birthdate ( Age)||50 Years|
|Spouse/Partner||Louise Minchin (m. 1998)|
|Children||Scarlett Minchin, Mia Minchin|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Profession||Restauranteur and investor|
|Last Update||September 2021|
David Minchin is a restauranteur and investor.He has invested in Chestnut Inns, a collection of pubs, inns, and restaurants in East Anglia and works as the group's Finance Director.Louise rarely speaks about her husband, but in 2021 spoke about the "turning point" in their relationship.
The pair make an active couple, with Louise competing as a professional triathlete, and David being a keen skiier.On BBC Breakfast show, she said that their relationship changed during a ski trip.
David Minchin and Louise Minchin
David and Louise married on June 6, 1998, in a tiny Hampshire church.Speaking in 2013, Louise said: "We only squeezed in about 50 people."Other guests sat outside with a picnic during the service and cheered when we came out.
"David and Louise have two teenage daughters, Mia and Scarlett.But the girls aren't fazed by their mother's fame.Louise told the Sunday Post: “I’m their mum, that’s the most important thing. I like the fact they see me as a working mum."I have always worked since they were tiny. The fact I’m on telly is no biggie.”
David Minchin Net Worth
David Minchin is a restauranteur and investor who has an estimated Net Worth $5 million in 2021.
Minchin has worked for the Latin American section of the BBC World Service during a year in Argentina, the Today programme, Five and various local radio stations. In 2006, she toured the country during a converted bus meeting England fans as a part of the planet Cup coverage for BBC News.
Why Louise Minchin leaving BBC Breakfast
Louise Minchin has opened up about the reasons behind her forthcoming departure from BBC Breakfast.The long-term presenter announced in June that she would be stepping down from hosting the BBC morning show, 20 years after first joining.Ahead of her last episode on Wednesday (15 September), Minchin shared why she was leaving the show for good.The 53-year-old said that she had begun struggling with the early starts after taking time off to recover from an ankle operation last year.
“In December I’d taken three, four weeks off work because of an ankle operation and I had that period to realise that when I’m not getting up at 3:40am in the morning, I’m doing all sorts of things in the evening that I want to be doing – like just watching telly with my family, doing that kind of family stuff…” she told The Daily Mirror.
“I think it was coming out of winter into this period that the decision was made.”Minchin also said that lockdown had made her realise that she “really struggled” with the early hours, adding: “I have found them really hard.”She said that she looks forward to getting to spend the mornings with her family.
Ahead of her last show, co-host Dan Walker shared a tweet celebrating Minchin’s time on BBC Breakfast on Tuesday evening (14 September).“I can’t believe it has come about so quickly ,” he wrote.“After five-and-a-half years sharing a sofa with this wonderful woman… tomorrow is @louiseminchin’s last day on #BBCBreakfast. I hope you can join us to say ‘goodbye’.”