Laura Kuenssberg Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband & Biography

Laura Kuenssberg
Laura Kuenssberg

Laura Juliet Kuenssberg is a British journalist.Laura Kuenssberg Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband & Biography people searching for.Laura Juliet Kuenssberg is a journalist from the United Kingdom. She took over as political editor at the BBC from Nick Robinson in July 2015, making her the first woman to occupy the role.

At Easter 2022, Kuenssberg intends to leave his position as political editor. She was the first business editor of ITV News and worked as the BBC’s main political correspondent. Between February 2014 and July 2015, she was the chief correspondent for Newsnight. She was confirmed in March 2022 as the full-time replacement for Andrew Marr as host of BBC One’s flagship Sunday morning politics show, commencing in September 2022.

Laura Kuenssberg Biography

NameLaura Kuenssberg
Date Of Birth8 August 1976 
Age ( 2022 )45 yearsBritish
ProfessionBritish journalist
EducationGeorgetown University, The University of Edinburgh, Hutchesons’ Grammar School
Last UpdateMarch 2022
Laura Kuenssberg family

Laura Kuenssberg Early Life and Education

Kuenssberg was born in 1976 to Nick and Sally Kuenssberg in Rome, Italy. Kuenssberg attended Laurel Bank School, a private girls’ school in Glasgow, alongside her brother and sister.Kuenssberg earned a first-class honours MA degree in history from the University of Edinburgh. She interned at the NBC News political programme Meet the Press during her year at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.

Laura Kuenssberg Family and Parents

Laura Kuenssberg Parents are Nick Kuenssberg (Father) and Sally Kuenssberg (Mother). Her father is a businessman; her mother worked in children’s services and received a CBE for this in the 2000 New Year Honours.Her paternal grandfather was German-born Ekkehard von Kuenssberg, a co-founder and president of the Royal College of General Practitioners.

David, her older brother, works for Brighton and Hove City Council as executive director of finance and resources.Joanna Kuenssberg, her older sister, is a former diplomat who served as Mozambique’s high commissioner.Her father spent several years in Italy working for the British firm Coats Viyella.

Father NameNick Kuenssberg
Mother NameSally Kuenssberg
SiblingsJoanna Kuenssberg, David Kuenssberg

Laura Kuenssberg Husband

Laura Kuenssberg with Husband
Laura Kuenssberg with Husband

Kuenssberg is married with husband James Kelly, a management consultant.According to our Database, She has no children.

Husband / Wife 
Marital StatusMarried
Spouse / PartnerJames Kelly
ChildrenNot Known

Laura Kuenssberg Net Worth

Laura Juliet Kuenssberg is a British journalist has an estimated Net Worth of $2 Million in 2022.She earns a good fortune from her hard work, which she devotes a lot of time to and where she presents oneself entirely.

NameLaura Kuenssberg
Net Worth $2 Million
Income SourceBritish journalist
Yearly Salary / IncomeUnder Review
Monthly Salary / IncomeUnder Review
Last UpdateMarch 2022

Laura Kuenssberg Income Source and Salary

She earns a handsome salary from her profession.Via her  sources of income as British journalist.she has been able to accumulate good fortune to living a very lavish and comfortable lifestyle with her family members.Laura Kuenssberg is paid a salary between £250,000 and £254,999.

Laura Kuenssberg Age, Height and Weight

Age45 years
Eye ColourBrown
Hair ColourBrown
Body TypeFit

Laura Kuenssberg Ethnicity, Nationality and Religion

EthnicityNot Known
Zodiac SignNot Known

Laura Kuenssberg Career

She worked for local radio and later cable television in Glasgow after returning to the UK, before joining the BBC North East and Cumbria as a trainee journalist in March 2000. For her work as a home affairs correspondent, Kuenssberg won a regional Royal Television Society award, and she also created parts for social affairs editor Niall Dickson.

She became the BBC’s main political correspondent in 2009.Kuenssberg worked for the BBC News channel, Daily Politics, and BBC One bulletins. In May 2010, her appearance on BBC Television was so common that journalist David Aaronovitch created the word “Kuenssbergovision” to describe the period between the 2010 UK general election and the establishment of the Cameron–Clegg coalition.

Kuenssberg left BBC News in September 2011 to take up the newly established job of business editor at ITV News, and was succeeded by Norman Smith from BBC Radio 4. She also contributed to ITV’s Tonight current affairs strand’s business reporting. She made her debut co-hosting News at Ten with Alastair Stewart on August 27, 2013.

On November 12, 2013, it was reported that she would quit ITV to join the BBC as a chief correspondent and Newsnight presenter, succeeding Gavin Esler. In February of 2014, she joined the Newsnight crew. Kuenssberg also co-hosted the BBC’s Brexitcast podcast with Katya Adler, Adam Fleming, and Chris Mason between the 2017 UK general election and Brexit in 2020, which was later renamed the Newscast podcast.

She was named the BBC’s political editor in July 2015, making her the first woman to hold the role.Kuenssberg was responsible in arranging for Labour MP Stephen Doughty to officially announce his retirement as a shadow foreign secretary on Daily Politics in January 2016. Seumas Milne, the Labour Party’s director of communications, filed an official complaint about the incident, which was dismissed by Robbie Gibb, the BBC’s head of live political programmes at the time.