Ulrika Jonsson : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Career
Ulrika Jonsson is a Swedish-British television presenter and model know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Career
|Birthdate ( Age)||16 August 1967|
|Place of Birth||Sollentuna Municipality, Sweden|
|Husband/Partner||Brian Monet (m. 2008), Lance Gerrard-Wright (m. 2003–2006), John Turnbull (m. 1990–1995)|
|Children||Bo Eva Coeur Jonsson, Martha Sky Hope Gerrard-Wright, Cameron Oskar George Turnbull, Malcolm Monet|
|Parents||Bo Jonsson, Gun Brodie|
|Profession||Swedish-British television presenter and model|
|Net Worth||$4 million|
|Last Update||August 2021|
Eva Ulrika Jonsson is a Swedish-British television presenter and model. She became known as a TV-am weather presenter, moved on to present the ITV show Gladiators, and as a team captain of the BBC Two show Shooting Stars.
In 1997, she interviewed the then British Prime Minister John Major for the BBC 2 programme, The Enormous Election.
Early Life and Family
Jonsson began her television career on TV-am in 1989, as a weather presenter on Good Morning Britain. From 12 September 1989, she was also the weather presenter for Swedish TV3, broadcasting from London. In 1991, she co-presented BBC One's short-lived daytime quiz show Who's Bluffing Who? with Richard Cartridge, and starred in the French film, The Annunciation of Marie (1991).
In 1992, she moved into mainstream presenting and played host to numerous shows including ITV's Gladiators, The National Lottery Draws – plus two major international broadcasts, the Eurovision Song Contest in 1998 and Miss World in 1999. She also modelled for Playtex Lingerie during this period and was a team captain on the BBC TV quiz show Shooting Stars.
Ulrika Jonsson Husband
Jonsson lives in South Moreton, Oxfordshire She has been married three times and has four children. She is a Manchester United fan.She married cameraman John Turnbull in 1990. They moved to Cookham Dean in Berkshire the following year.They have one son (b.1994). They divorced in 1995.
Jonsson subsequently dated footballer Stan Collymore.In June 1998, during the 1998 World Cup, Collymore issued a public apology after he was violent towards Jonsson during an argument in a Paris bar.Soon after the end of her relationship with Collymore, she began dating German hotel manager Marcus Kempen.They have one daughter (b. 2000).Jonsson's relationship with Kempen ended soon after the birth.
While presenting Mr. Right in 2002, Jonsson met Lance Gerrard-Wright, a contestant on the show. They subsequently began a relationship.They married in August 2003. They have one daughter (b.2004).They divorced in October 2006.Jonsson married her third husband, American advertising executive Brian Monet, in March 2008. They have one son (b.2008). In April 2019, it was announced that they had divorced. She told Best magazine that they had tried to salvage their relationship with counselling but failed.In 2019, she went on the dating show First Dates Hotel and began dating her match on the show, Paul.
Ulrika Jonsson Net Worth
Ulrika Jonsson is a Swedish-British television presenter and model who has an estimated Net Worth of between $4 million in 2021.
In 1997, she interviewed the then British Prime Minister John Major for the BBC 2 programme, The Enormous Election.In 1998, she interviewed the then Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown, for her programme Ulrika in Euroland.She presented Eurovision Song Contest in 1998 when it was hosted in Birmingham, alongside Sir Terry Wogan; later that year she co-hosted the Royal Variety Performance alongside Ronan Keating at the Lyceum Theatre in London.
In 2002, Jonsson presented the first series of ITV makeover show Home on Their Own, a show where children made alterations to their house (how they wanted the house to be) during the course of a weekend, while their parents went on holiday. Some of the home improvements included an Austin Powers room, individual doorbells for the children and a cinema living room. Johnsson did not return for the second series, which was hosted by Tess Daly the following year.
In 2002, she was the subject of a Channel 4 documentary, Ulrika Jonsson: the Truth About Men. The programme featured a candid interview with Jonsson, received heavy press attention and attracted 2.8 million viewers.On 20 March 2007, she appeared in the confessional TV show, Ulrika: Am I a Sex Addict?, broadcast on Channel 4. In March 2009, she appeared in the new ITV series Piers Morgan's Life Stories, each episode of which included a celebrity figure and a one-to-one interview with Morgan about their lives.
In April 2009, it was confirmed that Jonsson would return to Shooting Stars as team captain for a full series airing later that year.She presented the new series of BingoLotto, on Virgin 1 every Sunday night at 7 pm which started on 13 September 2009.Her debut novel, The Importance of Being Myrtle, which focuses on relationships was published by the Penguin Group on 1 September 2011.In 2017, she reached the final of Celebrity MasterChef.
In January 2009, Jonsson took part in Channel 4's Celebrity Big Brother.Before her entry into the house, various newspapers had reported that Jonsson had negotiated a £175,000 payment, nearly eight times as much as some of the other celebrities. Jonsson commented "It is singularly the weirdest experience of my entire life and I've had quite a weird life."Jonsson once again entered the Big Brother house on 24 August 2010 for Ultimate Big Brother, reaching the final and finishing seventh