Katya Adler is a British journalist who is currently working as a BBC's Europe editor, replacing Gavin Hewitt since April 2014. However, she is best known for analysing BBC's program Brexit and the European Union over the last few years. In June 2017, she became one of four presenters of Brexit cast, a BBC podcast covering Brexit. But in 2019 it became a BBC One TV programme.
Not only this but she has made appearances on several investigative films and documentaries such as Mexico’s Drug Wars, After Brexit, Spain’s Stolen Babies, and the Battle for Europe. Apart, she speaks Spanish, Italian, French, Arabic, Hebrew and as well as English.
Who is Katya Adler's Husband?
The popular British journalist Katya, aged 48, is a happily married woman. But unfortunately, she has not disclosed anything regarding her private life on the media as she is secretive nature.
So it's really hard to figure out the real name of her enigmatic husband. Nevertheless, Adler and her spouse have kept their marital details in low key. Therefore, the actual date of their matrimony is also unavailable at the current moment.
It seems the duo has been living a healthy life together since their big day. So far, there are no rumours of extramarital affairs about them that leads to their separation or divorce. From their marital relationship, they have three children whose name also remains hidden.
How much Net Worth does Katya Adler accumulate?
With her thriving career, Katya Adler has collected an enormous amount of wealth from her job as a journalist. For now, her actual net worth is under review but it could be more than $2 Million.
Additionally, her annual salary is estimated to be more than £200,000 or $2,58,629 which she earns as the BBC Europe editor. Also, she generates money from breaking news, covering politics, and fights mainly over Europe and the Middle East. Mark Mardell is a former BBC News' Europe editor.
Adler is also known for working for Brexit's Kim Kardashian, partially for her carefully contoured make-up, and all-white outfit penchant. Before BBC, she worked as a correspondent for the Austrian National Radio. She used to cover Central and Eastern Europe and the Balkans while working there. Besides, she served for Deutsche Welle TV in Berlin.
Awards and Accolades
Her significant work has been nominated for a number of awards. In July 2017, she was awarded honorary doctorates from Bristol University (LL.D) and the University of London (D.Litt).
Katya won the Charles Wheeler Award for Outstanding Contribution to Broadcast Journalism in 2019. She has also been received the London Press Club's Broadcast Journalist of the Year 2019, the British Podcast Awards 2019 Listeners Choice Award, and the PSA's Broadcast Journalist of the Year 2018.
Bio & Qualification
She was born on 3 May 1972 in Hampstead, London, as Michal Katya Adler to German parents. So far, she holds British citizenship and belongs to the mixed ethnicity.
Concerning education, Michal Katya attended the South Hampstead High School and also studied German and Italian at the University of Bristol and graduated in 1995.
During her course, she used to work for various placements such as Reuters, Blue Danube Radio, NBC in Turkey, and at the Rome offices of The Times. Also, she was a president of the political society and started its magazine.
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