Manali Lukha Biography
Manali Lukha is a British Multimedia Journalist and weather forecaster who is the Head of ITV Weather. She has worked with the Met Office for Over a Decade now. She provides Weather Services on ITV and Channel 4.
Manali Lukha Age, Birthday
Luke is 47 years old. Born on March 7 1975 In Great Britain Her Zodiac sign is Pisces.
Manali Lukha Family, Parents and Siblings
Lukha was brought into this world and raised by her loving parent in Great Britain. Attempts to establish the identities of her mother and father were in vain since no information about them is accessible to the public. It’s therefore not known whether she has any siblings.
Manali Lukha Husband
Lukha is married to her College Sweetheart Daniel. She met her husband when they were both attending Keele University. The Couple got married on 13th August 2006. Likha rocked a wonderful Indian Dress.
To Commemorate their 7th wedding anniversary Daniel and Lukha went for lunch at the historic Cliveden in Berkshire near London.
Manali Lukha Heritage
Lukha is of Indian Heritage. However, she holds an English nationality and her Ethnicity is Mixed (Asina/Indian and Caucasian)
Manali Lukha Parents Nationality and Ancestry
Lukha has shared a lot of details about her personal life. However, it is known that her parents lived in Great Britain, and one or both of her parents is of Indian Origin.
Manali Lukha Baby
Manali and her husband Daniel have one Child Together. Ruban, their first child was born in October 2012. She often teaches her child Indian Traditions. In Aug 2018 The family went for a jet ski trip in Key West, Florida. Mother and Son Rocked Instagram in their Indian Garments.
She presented her final weather forecast ahead of her maternity leave On 28 September 2012. On 14 January 2013 she made her return to ITV London.
Manali Lukh Height, Weight
Manali is a woman of average height and Stature if her pictures relative to her surrounding are anything to go by. She is 5 feet 7 inches tall (EST).
Manali Lukha ITV Weather
Lukha holds a Master’s degree in Geographical Information Systems and a degree in Geology and Geography. She initially Joined Met Office as part of a graduate recruitment scheme.