For his 25-year stint as a presenter of the BBC’s current affairs programme Newsnight, Jeremy Paxman is a renowned journalist. Following his successful interview with a number of political figures on Newsnight, Jeremy occasionally appears on Channel 4 News.
Jeremy is said to be enjoying the company of a girl half his age in addition to his career as a media juggernaut. Prior to that, he went through an emotional roller coaster following the end of a long-term relationship with his former partner.
Relationship Status: Single?
Famous media personality Jeremy Paxman is said to be having fun with his new 37-year-old girlfriend, Jillian Taylor.
In March 2017, Jeremy was seen walking with his rumored beau, Jillian Taylor, a book editor, outside his £1.5 million Notting Hill flat. Before getting into a silver Mercedes, the pair enjoyed some pleasant chatting company.
Furthermore, Jeremy has been seen with Taylor several times, indicating that they are seriously dating.
The dating rumors surfaced after Jeremy ended his long-term relationship with Elizabeth Clough.
Elizabeth, a well-known TV producer, was married to Jeremy for 35 years before they divorced in November 2016. The two unmarried parents have three children: Jessica, 27, and twins Jack and Victoria, both 20.
Jeremy maintains mutual respect for his former girlfriend and an unending love for their beautiful children despite the breakup with his potential future wife.
Furthermore, their relationship appears to have ended on good terms, paving the way for Jeremy to rebuild his romantic journey; however, with a different partner now.
Biography, Age, Nationality, Parents
Jeremy Dickson Paxman, also known as Jeremy Paxman, was born in West Riding of Yorkshire, England on May 11, 1950. He is the son of industrial worker Arthur Keith Paxman and Joan McKay.
Jeremy grew up as the eldest of four children in a family of four. Giles Paxman, his brother, was the British Ambassador to Spain. Meanwhile, James Paxman, his other younger brother, is the CEO of the Dartmoor Preservation Association. Jenny, Jeremy’s only sister, works as a producer at BBC Radio.
Growing up, Jeremy’s father always made life difficult for him. He stood firm in his assertion that reporting was not a viable career option for Jeremy. Furthermore, the father-son relationship cooled as Keith abandoned Jeremy and his family to remarry in Australia.
Despite the difficulties, Jeremy hoped to advance his journalism career. Jeremy attended St Catharine’s College in Cambridge after graduating from Malvern College. Meanwhile, while at Cambridge, he edited the undergraduate newspaper Varsity.
Later, in 1972, Jeremy joined the BBC’s graduate trainee programme and began working in local radio at BBC Radio Brighton.
In 1989, Jeremy Paxman was announced as a presenter of the BBC TV current affairs programme Newsnight. Jeremy interviewed famous politicians such as Michael Howards during his 25-year stint as a Newsnight reporter.
During his time as a Newsnight host, it was rumored that his brother, former British ambassador to Spain Giles Paxman, refused to appear on his show. It was speculated that Giles made the refusal out of fear that giving an interview would cost him far more than he would gain.
Jeremy has worked for Channel 4 News on and off since leaving Newsnight in 2014.
Jeremy was the BBC’s highest-paid presenter in 2010 when he signed a four-year contract worth £3.2 million. Meanwhile, his salary as a Newsnight presenter has undoubtedly increased his already impressive net worth.