The 54-year-old English television journalist Fiona Bruce is married to the director of the advertising agency, Nigel Sharrocks since 1994. Despite several conflicts in between, the soulmates are happily married for over two decades.
The couple has two children together- son Sam and daughter Mia. The beautiful kids were born on January 1998 and November 2001 respectively. The career-focused pair manages their time between their working shifts from London and Oxfordshire to be with their children.
The TV journalist Fiona Bruce found love while working in an advertising agency in her early years. The BBC host Bruce met Nigel Sharrocks when he was director of the advertising agency where she works. The adorable pair walked down the aisle in Islington on July 1994.
Nigel Sharrocks is the husband of the famous newsreader, Fiona Bruce.
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The lovebirds own homes together in Belsize Park in London and Sydenham Oxfordshire with the children. The adorable couple, Fiona and Nigel, has been blissfully married to her husband for the last 24 years. Nigel is a devoted husband to wife, Fiona and caring father to two kids- Sam and Mia.
The Fake or Fortune star and her husband keep their life private and free from any media interference. Likewise, the Singapore native Bruce is not using social media due to misogynistic abuse directed towards female celebrities.
The working mother of two kids, Fiona encountered much adverse publicity for her decision to return to work with Crimewatch 16 days after the birth of her daughter, Mia. Likewise, Bruce admitted that she uses the carer, Clare who has been with them for 19 years because of her long working hours.
The British television journalist, Fiona, and husband, Nigel have two kids- Sam and Mia together.
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In an interview with the Telegraph, Fiona opened up about her juggling career with family life. Furthermore, Bruce admits that she would watch the clock while working for Panorama to save time to be with her kids and family. Likewise, Fiona admitted that she would be more successful without her kids, but less happy.
BBC stalwart Fiona has spoken of her guilt at being a working mother. Despite being successful professionally, Fiona is not able to give enough time for her children and feels the mother-guilt on her shoulders. Besides that, in a candid interview with Radio Times, Bruce spoke of the difficulty of the home-work divide as a busy journalist. Furthermore, the newsreader admits on “falling short” of the standards of parenting set by her late mother, Rosemary.