Helen Willetts is a renowned meteorologist who appears on BBC. She also is an occasional weather forecaster on the BBC News at Ten and the BBC News channel.
Helen Willetts Married, Husband
Helen Willetts having her professional life on track has managed to keep her personal life equally amazing. Having met her now-husband Philip Avery, a fellow meteorologist and BBC weather forecaster back in time, Helen had already realized that he was the man she wanted to spend the rest of her life with. She tied knots with Philip in 2004, at Clowny Bay, Wales. After almost two years into the marriage, the couple got pregnant. Helen and Philip’s happiness knew no bounds after they heard the news. Even during her pregnancy time, Helen kept working on-air without taking a pregnancy leave which was appreciated by many. She had her first child in 2006. After getting pregnant for the second time, her second child was born in December 2008.
Helen likes to keep her private and professional life separate, but it is obvious that Helen and Philip are much in love and happily married and there are no rumors of them getting divorced. In the summer of 2016, Helen and her family moved to South West Scotland. This makes it evident that Helen is living a blissful life, after all, life's meaningful when surrounded by people and things one admires.
Helen Willetts Career
Helen’s career in meteorology wasn’t secure as she struggled like everyone to reach the apex of her career. In February 1994, she joined the Met Office where she gained a five-month forecaster training course. Prior to joining the Met Office, she used to play badminton internationally for Wales. Helen moved to Cardiff Weather Centre where she worked from 1994-1995. Then from 1995, she appeared as a forecaster on BBC Television and Radio in Wales. In 1997, she moved to the BBC Weather Centre in London to work with BBC News. She also makes her appearance regularly on BBC News, BBC World News, BBC Red Button, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 Live, and BBC Radio 2 as well as BBC One. She also occasionally works as a weather forecaster on the BBC News at Ten and the BBC News Channel.
Talking about her broadcasting career and her professionalism, it states the obvious that she is very dedicated to her work; due to which she was awarded the Television and Radio Industry Club (TRIC) award for being the best TV presenter in March 2006.
Bio & Parents
Helen Willetts was born on 10 February 1972. Her parents raised her in Chester, England. Elen who was always a hardworking and brilliant student did her early education from the Eirias High School in Colwyn Bay, Conwy in Wales. Helen always had a love for Physics and meteorology since she was young which led her to study Physics. She graduated from the University of Nottingham with a degree in Physics on 12 July 2007.