Who is Romily Weeks?
- Full Name: Romily Weeks
- Gender: Female
- Age: 48 years old
- Birth Date: 15th December 1973
- Place Of Birth: Paddington, London, England
- Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius
- Net Worth: $ 1 million
- Marital Status: Married
- Husband: Nick Green
- Children: 3 children
- Height: 5 feet 7 inches (1.7 meters)
- Mother’s Name: Susan Weeks
- Father’s Name: Robin Weeks
- Profession: Presenter, Political Correspondent
Romily Weeks Age
She is 48 years old though she will be turning 49 years on December 15th. Romily was born in Paddington, London, England on 15th December 1973. Her zodiac sign is Sagittarius.
Romily Weeks Husband
Weeks is happily married to her better half, Nick Green, a co-founder of a high-end kebab shop in Clerkenwell, London, named Chifafa. The beautiful pair shares three children though she has not revealed their details to the General public.
Romily Weeks Education
Weeks’ educational background is still a secret at this time, hence it is unclear what colleges the presenter attended for her education.
Romily Weeks Parents, Siblings
She spent most of her childhood and teen years with her devoted parents in Paddington, London, England. Romily is the daughter of Robin (dad) Weeks and her wife, Susan Weeks (mom). In addition to that, Her mom is an interior designer who is standing in the general election for the Conservatives in York Central. Weeks has three siblings Perdita Weeks, Rollo Weeks, and Honeysuckle Weeks. Nonetheless, the presenter’s parents divorced in the year 1997 after being together for 18 years.
Romily Weeks Height and Weight
Weeks has an estimated height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 68 kg.
Romily Weeks Nationality/Ethnicity
Mrs. Nick is British by birth and holds white Ethnicity.
Romily Weeks Wikipedia
Weeks works as a Political Correspondent and presenter on ITV News based in Westminster. She has covered events all around the world as an experienced newsreader and broadcaster for ITV News.
Romily commenced her career as an actress, prior to moving into broadcasting. She became a regular newscaster in 2005 on ITV News Channel, and from there she combined roles as newscaster and Royal Correspondent until 2008 when she became a newscaster for ITV London. She has appeared on discussion programs and contributed to documentaries in France, the US, and the UK.