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Patricia Karvelas Bio, Married, Partner, Husband, Age, Family

Date: 03 Jul, 2018

Patricia Karvelas Bio, Married, Partner, Husband, Age, Family

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Date of Birth January 27
Nationality Australian
Profession Journalist
Marital Status Married
Divorced/Engaged Not Yet
Gay/Lesbain No
Ethnicity White
Social Media Twitter, Instagram
Children/Kids Luca & Stella (Daughters)
Education University of Melbourne

Patricia Karvelas is an Australian radio presenter and political correspondent who is well-known as the host of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Radio National program RN Drive. She also hosts the interview-based national affairs program National Wrap in 2018.

Patricia’s professional life is an open book for everyone, but the journalist is tight-lipped when it comes to her personal life. Because of which many of her fans are still wondering about her personal life that she has kept very confidential.

Who is Patricia Karvelas’s Partner?

Patricia is a mother of two adorable daughters named Luca, age 7, and Stella, age 6. People might be wondering who Patricia’s partner is and what is the relationship status of her now? By looking at her daughters, it looks that she got married and has a husband. But surprisingly, Patricia is married to a mysterious girl partner, who is anonymous to the media.

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Patricia has not been that vocal about her relationship with her partner, but in an interview with ABC News back on 4 June 2015, she said she was not interested in cooking food, but her partner is a very good cook.

‘It's hilarious that not being Greek she has learnt how to make every Greek meal.

Patricia shares pictures with her daughter but not with her partner. She has not even shared the photos of them together and flaunting their romance on social media.

Patricia Karvelas with her adorable daughter's picture posted on 4 July 2015 (Photo: Patricia Karvelas's social media)

Recently, back on 24 May 2018, she tweeted a post regarding her partner in which she wrote her partner bought a Ninja Line to help her with ninja training because she wanted to be a ninja.

Based on that tweet we can conclude that she was talking about her girl partner and it is safe to conclude that Patricia is leading her happy married life with her partner.

Patricia Karvelas’s Bio

Current affair journalist, whose age is still a mystery, celebrates her birthday on 29 of January every year. She is not only a child in her family, but she has one older sister who she considered much like a mother figure in her life.

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Despite being the front-line news journalist, Patricia’s fans are still deprived of being acknowledged about her parents and childhood lifestyle as she never gushed much about her family. But it is known that her mother used to work in a factory of which she is proud of her mother.

Since she is an active user of her social account, Patricia rarely mentions her family through her social sites.

As back on 2nd September 2017, she tweeted a post regarding her parents where she has mentioned that she grew up without the presence of her mother or a father. She even wrote that on the Happy Special person day, other kids made cards for their mother and father, but she had made the cards for someone else.

Patricia's Career

Patricia began her professional career in broadcast journalism at the SBS and ABC as a producer and presenter. Patricia previously worked for The Australian newspaper in the year 2002, covering the news upon the federal politics.

She also co-hosts the ABC’s popular weekly political podcast, The Party Room while Mary Bruce served as the correspondent for the showGood Morning America. She even hosted and produced the program Karvelas on Sky News, a program which focused on federal politics and policy where Chris Kenny served as the host of twice-weekly Sky News Australia program Viewpoint.

Patricia has worked for The Australian newspaper and was the paper’s political correspondent in the Canberra press gallery. She was also employed as The Australian's Victorian Bureau Chief and Editor, and Senior National Affairs Journalist.

Patricia was a regular fill-in presenter on 774 ABC Melbourne and frequently appears on a range of television and radio programs across the ABC. Not only that, but she is also a regular op-ed writer for The Australian and the ABC.

In 2015, she presented RN's flagship radio current affairs program RN Drive. In 2018, she co-hosts a national affairs television program on the ABC News 24 channel, Sunday evenings at 9:15 pm featuring in-depth interviews with a range of influential Australians.