Hazel Irvine married her longtime boyfriend and got divorced very privately

Some celebrities want to make their personal lives public, while others prefer to keep their personal lives private. When you become a well-known figure in the industry, though, your fans and supporters force you to share more about your personal life, even though you don’t want to.

Today, we’ll talk about Hazel Irvine’s marriage, as Hazel Irvine has kept her personal life private and married her longtime husband.

Let’s delve into her personal life to learn more!

Hazel Irvine’s Private Marriage Ceremony

The Royal Television Society’s Sports Presenter of the Year is known for keeping her personal life private, and we recently learned that she married her longtime boyfriend in private in Scotland in 2008.

Where she said:

“It was a small and very private affair, and she and her husband are very happy. She wants to keep all the details private.”

Similarly, one of the BBC insiders revealed:

 “Hazel is really friendly and gets on great with everyone but she keeps her personal life to herself.”

Moreover, another insider said:

“She only talks to close friends about that sort of thing so even people who work with her didn’t know about the wedding until after it happened. She seems really happy and all her colleagues are delighted for her.”


“Hazel is dedicated to work which can make relationships difficult, but she has been with her partner for quite a while and they just decided it was the right time to get hitched.”

Similarly, the first female sports presenters of Scotland are on the verge of giving birth to a child in the spring of 2009. And said:

“My husband and I have a new arrival coming in the spring – which is going to be a drain on my own profits.”

In one of the interviews on July 13, 2014, she revealed much about her personal life and said:

“look at my daughter Gina.”

Whereas, she opened up about her husband’s romantic thing and said:

 “buy me a padlock. For a shed.”

She also revealed on their perfect Sunday saying:

“a family swim, then going out for some spaghetti bolognese and a walk in the park.”

She is a career-oriented woman and she does not like limiting herself only as a wife and mother.

Hazel Irvine
Source: World Snooker


Hazel has accomplished a lot professionally in a limited period of time. She works as a sports host, editor, and analyst, as well as a conference facilitator and an awards host.

She has also worked with KPMG, Cisco, Diageo, Audi, RBS, Financial Times, UK Sport, London 2012, Glasgow 2014, and the Department of Culture, Media, and Sport. She was one of the first female football anchors on British television.

She has also conducted interviews with notable athletes such as Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Robert Redford, Dame Kelly Holmes, Tiger Woods, Lord Coe, Lizzy Yarnold, and others.

Hazel Irvine Host
Source: World Snooker

When asked about her personal life, she said that she is happy with her career and the benefits she is receiving. And it was revealed:

“I was pleased to be offered another long-term contract with BBC Sport to continue presenting snooker, golf and major events. However, after much thought, I have decided that in what is my 30th year in broadcast sport, I want to realign my on-air commitments around the changing needs of my family.”

She added:

“I have loved working with my brilliant friends and colleagues on the BBC golf team and look forward to being in Augusta to see Danny Willett defend his title and to savouring the unique atmosphere of the Masters one more time.”

The interviewer said:

“It is with a heavy heart that we say goodbye to Hazel, who has been the familiar face of the sport for 25 years. However, we respect her decision and look forward to her continuing to front our snooker and major events coverage for many more years to come.”

Hazel Irvine: A Short Bio

Hazel Irvine was born in Scotland on May 24, 1965. She is Scottish (British) in nationality. She is a professional television host.

She is now well-known for her role as a BBC TV presenter. She is also the secretary of the Supporters’ Association of Dumbarton Football Club.

She has previously covered a variety of sporting activities. With Dickie Davies, she proposed the “1988 Summer Olympics.”

She has also hosted four World Cups in the past. She has covered the London Marathon and the World Snooker Championship.

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