Moira Stuart Partner, Lesbian, Family, Net Worth, Now, Age

By Staff Writer | Published On: 07 Aug, 2018
Moira Stuart Partner, Lesbian, Family, Net Worth, Now, Age

Quick Information

Date of Birth 1979-09-02
Nationality British
Profession Television Presenter
Marital Status Single
Divorced/Engaged Not Yet
Gay/Lesbain No
Ethnicity African-Caribbean
Net Worth Not Disclosed
Social Media Twitter
Children/Kids Not Yet
Height N/A
Siblings Sandra & Sharon (Sisters)
Parents Marjorie Gordon (Mother), Harold Stuart (Father)

Dedication and achievements go hand-in-hand.

Well, the saying is beautifully proved by the famous TV presenter and personality, Moira Stuart.

As a first African-Caribbean female newsreader to ever appear on British television, Moira made a significant name in the field of journalism.

She has even been voted and awarded as the best TV personality due to her nearly 40-years-of experience. Moreover, she has received more than 12 awards out of, which the OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) award is a major one that she won in 2001.

Born on 2 September 1949 in London to parents Harold Stewart and Marjorie Stuart, Moira was raised along with her two sisters, Sandra and Sharon. But, she experienced upsetting scenarios while growing up as a child. 

Moira Stuart’s Family, Personal Life

During an interview with the dailymail in February 2010, Moira for the first time shared about her saddening past. 

Well, Moira’s mom, Majorie had married Moira's father Harold, a lawyer by profession at an innocent age. When Moira was just ten months old, and her older sister was six, Harold deserted the family by leaving them. 

Majorie, a former nurse, could have put Moira and her sister for adoption. But, instead, she worked hard for the betterment of her daughter's life. She alone served at houses, factory, post office and so on to raise her little ones. 

She even moved to one of the most deprived boroughs in London, Hackney along with her two children for livelihood. In London, Majorie married a worker from British Rail and welcomed a daughter with him.

Unfortunately, her second marriage also ended up when Moira was 13.

After the separation, Moira along with her mother and two sisters emigrated to Bermuda to live with their relatives. But Moira could not fit in Bermuda as it was segregated. So, she eventually returned to London at the age of 15.

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During her mid-teens, Moira tried to track down her father only to know that her father had died in 1965. He had passed away with his second wife when their car was struck by a lorry. 

Not knowing her father, Moira spent her days and went on to make her hardworking mama proud by joining the journalism world.

Moira Stuart’s Career

Moira initiated her career as a production assistant in the radio talks and documents for BBC channel in the 1970s. She served as a continuity announcer and newsreader for both BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 2.

After some years in 1980, Moira played Darong in series one of the game show The Adventure Game.

It was in 1981 when she started her official TV news career. She has been providing news bulletin that was devised on BBC Television since 27 August 1981.

The energetic presenter also paid her contribution to the show, BBC Breakfast, which was broadcasted three days a week. However, on 2 May 2006, BBC Breakfast moved to a new studio with a new look.

Therefore, Moira proceeded with Sunday AM show and continued to present some weekend television bulletins on BBC One

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After few of years of experience in Sunday AM show, Moira left the show In April 2007. However, BBC did not provide the exact answer of Moira's depart from the show, but it was rumored that she was "too old" for the show.

Well, the rumor regarding the age must not be correct as Anna Ford continued the show until her retirement age of 62.

Moira Stuart with Chris Evans at the set of The Chris Evans Breakfast Show in 2010 (Photo:

Ultimately, Stuart’s four decades of a journey on BBC radio and TV came to an end on 3 October 2007.

But, luckily that was not the end of her journey as Moira made a comeback to BBC News as a newsreader for the show, The Chris Evans Breakfast Show network on 6 January 2010.  Since 11 January 2011, Moira has been serving the program.

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Moira's Net worth

Through her dedication and award-winning journey as a career, Moira receives a salary of 199 K pounds. She also earns 1700 pounds now from each episode of the show, The Chris Evans Breakfast.

However, the details of her net worth have not been revealed to the media to date. 

Is Moira Stuart’s Lesbian or Married?

It was rumored that Moira was having a lesbian affair with Pam St Clements, an American actress. But in an interview with dailymail, Moira revealed she was not looking for a partner to complete her life.

Moreover, the rumors vanished as Moira claimed she nearly married two guys in her lifetime, Des Lynam, and John Humphrys. John Humphrys had even complimented Moira off-air after she recorded for a news bulletin.

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But despite having a crush, Moira never got into a relationship. Maybe, because of her broken past and her mother's twice failed marriage, Moira made her career a significant priority than her love life. 

Therefore, the 69-year-old presenter is not a lesbian and is unmarried as she decides to stay single.