Huw Edwards is a Welsh journalist, presenter, and newscaster. He was born on 18 August 1961. Edwards anchors BBC News at Ten, the premier news broadcast of the company.
Edwards also broadcasts BBC coverage of state and international events, the hour-long BBC News at Five on the BBC’s rolling news channel BBC News, and occasionally presents BBC News at Six,
BBC News at One, BBC Weekend News and Daily Politics, as well as BBC World News. Edwards presented BBC coverage of important royal occasions, including the weddings of Prince William and Catherine Middleton, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee,
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.He replaced David Dimbleby as the host of BBC election night coverage and was the principal presenter for the 12 and 13 December 2019 general election broadcast.
Huw Edwards Wife
Edwards is married to television producer Vicky Flind, whose resume includes editing This Week and Peston. The couple has five children and lives in Dulwich, London. Edwards is a devout Christian and attends church on a weekly basis.
Huw Edwards Net Worth
As a News Anchor, Huw Edwards has amassed a net worth of $3 million throughout the course of his career.