Suzanne Virdee is a well-known freelance journalist who works for the UK news organization ITN. She previously worked as a presenter for Midlands Today, the BBC’s regional television news service.
Putting aside her media career for a moment, Suzanne often recalls the day she held her loving fiancée’s hands in a special place. The venue, the guests, and the moment all worked together to make her wedding a memorable event.
Relationship Status: Single?
Suzanne Virdee, a beautiful and fiery personality, is married to her photographer husband, Andrew Fox.
Before the year 2000, she met the prince of her dreams while working for the Evening Mail. The couple fell in love and eventually started dating. After a romantic dating period, the couple exchanged wedding vows at Suzanne’s school church, Edgbaston Old Church.
Suzanne used to sneak the sweet packets into the church and secretly eat them during the Christmas choir rehearsals.
Not only was the wedding venue memorable, but so were the guests who attended Suzanne and Andrew’s special day. The fact that they were married by Reverend Peter Berry, the former Provost of Birmingham, added to the joy of the occasion.
The wedding couple enjoyed beautiful photographs taken by many of Andrew’s photographer friends.
As of now, the couple appears to be on a successful marriage journey; however, they appear to be waiting a little longer to enjoy the presence of their children. Nonetheless, Suzanne now lives in Worcestershire with her partner-in-crime and occasionally reminisces about her beautiful day at Edgbaston church.
Professional Life And Career
Suzanne Nicole Virdee, better known as Suzanne Virseem, was born in Solihull, West Midlands on October 16, 1969. Her ethnicity is Anglo-Asian because she is the daughter of an Indian father and an English mother.
Suzanne spent most of her childhood in Selly Oak’s back garden with her grandmother and grandfather. Suzanne was a celebrity in her family, and everyone predicted that she would become a famous journalist soon.
Suzanne began writing her newspaper and selling it to her family and friends at the age of eight, appreciating her parents’ expectations.
Suzanne’s professional path began at the age of 18 when she began working as a trainee reporter for the local newspaper, Solihull Times. She later passed her journalism exams and worked as a reporter for Central News in Birmingham.
She later worked for the Sunday Mercury, Birmingham Mail, and BBC WM, the BBC Local Radio service.
Suzanne returned to Central News as a reporter/presenter before joining the BBC’s regional television news service, Midlands Today, in April 2001. She began by presenting late-night bulletins and later became a replacement presenter for BBC Breakfast.
Suzanne later decided to leave Midlands Today on March 29, 2012, after being unable to sign a five-month contract extension. She currently covers bulletins for ITV News after joining the network in August 2016.
Suzanne, in addition to journaling, wrote a book called A Teenage Girl’s Guide To Being Fabulous, which provides practical solutions to help girls boost their willpower to face problems and strengthen their inner confidence.