Who is Rav Wilding? Bio, Age, Net Worth, Relationship, Height, Ethnicity

Rav Wilding is a British narrator and presenter for the BBC program Crimewatch Roadshow, and he has an amazing physique and appearance. Rav has had positions as a police officer, soldier, and security guard at Harrods. He has been able to establish himself as a huge figure in the journalism business, and his total net worth is thought to exceed $1 million.

Rav Wilding Engaged, Married

Rav Wilding, who is happily married, is not gay. He is married to Jill Morgan, a licensed nutritional advisor and producer of celebrities. After they met, the couple gradually fell in love. Rav and Jill got engaged after a while of dating.

On May 24, 2017, in front of their loved ones and friends, they got married.

Rav had a four-month relationship with Chantelle Houghton, a well-known personality, prior to his marriage to Jill. This relationship between a boyfriend and a girlfriend from 2011 couldn’t endure long since Chantelle couldn’t let go of her previous marriage to Samuel Preston.

When Chantelle and Rav were discovered fighting in a park, they realized their relationship couldn’t work out. Yet, all worked out in the end because Rav found Jill, the love of his life.

There have not yet been any children born to Rav and his partner. They adore their dog, Lola, more than anything else.

Rav Wilding Bio

Rav was born in Canterbury on October 16, 1977. He grew up in a home with four siblings. Because both his Mauritius father and English mother worked as nurses, Ravi was further motivated to dedicate his life to helping the less fortunate.

In Kent, Ravi attended Fulston Manor School. At the age of 16, he left his family and embarked on an independent life, which caused a rift. At the young age of 17, Ravi decided to join the military because he wanted to do as much as he could to promote world peace. Before being allowed to enlist in the British Army, he served an apprenticeship.

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Ravi was forced to quit the Army after only four years due to a major leg break. He subsequently joined the security crew at Harrods, and just as he had hoped, he was accepted for training by the Metropolitan Police Service.

Even in Britain, Ravi joined the CID and spent his time cracking robbery and burglary cases.

Rav made the decision to switch careers and exhibit his skills on television. He underwent a number of interviews and auditions, completed formal presenter training, and was offered a position on BBC Crimewatch in 2004. He made a significant sacrifice by leaving the police service and pursuing a career in hosting and presenting instead.

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