Louise Minchin net worth: BBC Breakfast host worth millions after 20 years as presenter

Louise Minchin net worth: BBC Breakfast host worth millions after 20 years as presenter

Louise Minchin announces she's leaving BBC Breakfast

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Louise Minchin explained on BBC Breakfast this morning that it was time for her to step down from presenting the programme. After nearly 20 years presenting the show, the journalist has a huge net worth. 

Speaking on the show, co-host Dan Walker said: “We have some rather significant breakfast news coming your way. I say we but Louise…”

Louise replied: “Just going to take a bit of a deep breath…So everybody, it’s something I just wanted to tell you about.

“It will be this year 20 years since I first presented this programme and since then I have felt part of a huge, enormous BBC Breakfast family who includes everyone who works here, everyone on the team, and every one of you who watches the programme.

“I have loved being part of it but there is a but. You know about the but. I have decided it is time that I stop setting my alarm for 3:40am, sometimes when I’m feeling really rebellious, 3:46am in the morning, and I am going to be leaving the programme.”

How much is the BBC presenter worth?

According to Net Worth Post, Louise is worth a huge £2.1million.

The journalist was educated in Ascot before gaining a degree in Spanish from the University of St Andrews.

She subsequently studied journalism at the London College of Communication.

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Throughout her career, the journalist has worked for the Latin American sector of the BBC World Service as well as various local radio stations. 

She started working for Radio 5 Live in 1998 and presented many of the station’s main programmes, including Drive and breakfast.

Between 2003 and April 2012, she was a regular BBC News Channel presenter, initially working alongside Jon Sopel.

The journalist added to her bank balance by presenting four weeks of live broadcasts of Real Rescues along with Nick Knowles. 

She also presented In the Know, a BBC sports magazine show on Saturday mornings on BBC One, before co-presenting The One Show for a week alongside Chris Hollins.

Aside from her journalism career, Louise also played herself reading the news in three BBC series, spy drama Spooks, crime drama Silent Witness and the Torchwood mini-series Children of Earth.

The BBC presenter also competed in Celebrity MasterChef in 2016, finishing in second place.

Louise is perhaps best-known for fronting BBC Breakfast alongside Dan Walker, whom she has co-hosted the show with three days a week.

According to the annual report published by the BBC last year, Louise is reported to be one of the highest-paid BBC Breakfast stars.

The report estimated the journalist to have earned around £215,000 a year.

In her personal life, Louise married David Michin in 1998, and the couple have two daughters together. 

The family live in their home near Chester.

BBC Breakfast viewers have also taken to Twitter to share their thoughts on Louise leaving the show.

One person said: “Gutted isn’t the word. You will be missed and thank you for the last 20 years.”

Another wrote: “You deserve a lie in after 20 years Louise!”

Co-host Dan Walker tweeted: “As with everything she does…Louise announces her departure from the show with dignity and class. We will miss her enormously at BBC Breakfast. She is not only wonderful at her job…she is a great friend…enjoy your lie-ins.”

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