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A businessman, Ramtin Abdo, came to limelight after getting married to multi-talented Sports broadcaster, Kate Abdo. His wife, Kate, born as Kate Giles, is now hosting Fox Sports, Premier Boxing Champions' World Cup coverage, and Turner's Champions League soccer.
The American celebrity partner was born in Berlin, Germany but his actual birthdate remains private. He holds German citizenship and is of Caucasian ethnicity. His wife, Kate was born on 8 September 1981 in Manchester and studied at Withington Girls' School.
Blissful Marital Life for One Decade
Ramtin, who is is 6 feet 2 inches tall and his long-term partner, Kate are happily married for almost a decade. The two just celebrated their 9th year of being together. In fact, there have never been rumors on the media about their extramarital affairs or signs of divorce.
In the year 2010, the two tied the wedding knot at a private function. They may have dated for a while before marriage. However, there are still no little detail about their dating history or how they first met. The married couple apparently enjoys their time together for now.
Abdo couple has not welcomed any biological children and hasn't spoken to the media about having offspring in the future. It seems both are very busy in their own schedule.
How Wealthy is Ramtin Abdo in 2020?
Ramtin Abdo is a real estate businessman who earns a fair amount of income. Meanwhile, his exact amount of net worth has not been revealed from many sources but it is more than $2 Million. Similarly, he earns around $200,000 a year, which is more than the estimated earnings of a real estate agent in the United States.
Abdo is the Ceo of Ina Ventures GmbH and is the co-founder of another firm called SMAP. On the other hand, his sweetheart, Kate now enjoys the net valuation of $1.5 million, according to some online tabloids. She has made this fortune from her professional broadcasting work.
A Little Sneak Peek About On His Partner, Kate
Born as Kate Giles, she initially began her sports career by hosting program in Deutsche Welle, the German international news network. She has covered sports in the channel for their English and German-speaking services. But she left the channel in 2009, joining US Network, CNN, where she presented the "Inside Africa" program and anchored the "World Sports" show.
Afterward, the UK-based journalist joined Sky Sports News HD in German where she was the network 's head and face. She moved Germany to the UK in 2014 and joined Sky Sports, where she covered the FIFA Ballon d'Or, Pay Per View Boxing, European Football, Transfer Deadline Day, and Sky Sports News events.
And the Sky Sports channel has loaned her to Fox Sports to host their 2015 Women's World Cup coverage. Abdo 30, hosted their coverage of the Champions League, the Europa League, the World Cup, the FA Cup, and the Bundesliga.
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