Katty Kay : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Salary

Katherine “Katty” B. Kay is a British journalist, author and broadcaster know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Salary

Name Katherine “Katty” Kay
Birthdate ( Age) 14 November 1964
Place of Birth Wallingford, Berkshire, England
Nationality British
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Tom Carver
Children Four (Poppy Carver, Maya Carver, Felix Carver, Jude Carver)
Parents Jolyon ( Father ), Shirley Kay ( Mother )
Education St Hilda’s College
Profession British journalist, author and broadcaster
Net Worth $1 Million – $2 Million
Last Update October 2021

Katherine “Katty” B. Kay is a British journalist, author and broadcaster. She presented BBC World News America and, with Christian Fraser, hosted Beyond 100 Days on BBC Four, BBC News and BBC World News. 

Katty Kay with Husband Tom Carver

Kay is also the co-host of podcast When Katty Met Carlos with OZY Media CEO Carlos Watson.Kay resigned from Ozy Media in September 2021 after a New York Times report raised questions about its business practices.

Early Life and Family

Kay was born in Wallingford and grew up in Blewbury .She spent time in various Middle Eastern countries where her father was posted as a British diplomat.She studied modern languages at St Hilda’s College, Oxford and speaks fluent French and Italian.She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1988.

Katty Kay Husband

Kay has been married since 1989 to ex-BBC reporter and current Head of Global Communications at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Tom Carver.They have four children and live in Washington D.C.In 2021, she became a Swiss citizen.

Katty Kay Net Worth

Katty Kay is a British journalist, author and broadcaster has an estimated Net Worth around $1 Million – $2 Million in 2021.

Professional Career

After graduation, Kay briefly worked for the Bank of England.Deciding a career in economics was not for her, she left to work for an aid agency in Zimbabwe.A short time later, a friend, Matt Frei, came to her with a tape recorder and persuaded her to become a journalist.Kay joined the BBC in 1990 as Zimbabwe correspondent for the African section of the BBC World Service.

 She then returned to London to work for BBC World Service radio, before being posted to Tokyo for BBC News television in 1992 and then Washington, D.C., in 1996. Soon afterwards, she joined The Times news bureau, but returned to the BBC as a freelance journalist in 2002, based in the United States.

From June 2004, Kay co-presented the BBC World news bulletins with Mike Embley in London, shown on 230 public broadcast-television stations throughout the US and on BBC America.In October 2007, she became correspondent to presenter Matt Frei of BBC World’s one-hour Washington-based news broadcast, BBC World News America. It airs on BBC News, BBC America, and BBC World News. She currently anchors the show.

Kay also makes frequent appearances as a guest panelist on Morning Joe and Meet the Press on NBC, Real Time with Bill Maher on HBO, and in the past also appeared on The Chris Matthews Show, and Larry King Live on CNN. She occasionally substituted for Diane Rehm on The Diane Rehm Show on NPR.

Until 2009, Kay blogged at the website, True/Slant.In June 2015, Kay commented on the launch of Donald Trump bid to become president, predicting that his candidacy declaration would be the high point of his campaign.In 2018, Kay made a brief appearance in the National Geographic documentary science-fiction series Mars.

Kay anchored coverage of US Presidential Election nights across all BBC platforms in 2016 and 2020, on both occasions presenting with Andrew Neil.In 2021 Kay anchored the BBC’s coverage of the Presidential inauguration of Joe Biden. On 24 June 2021, Kay announced that the night’s broadcast was her last for the BBC.