Naomi Robson Married, Husband, Partner, Lesbian, Bio, 2017

By Staff Writer | Published On: 11 May, 2017
Naomi Robson Married, Husband, Partner, Lesbian, Bio, 2017

Quick Information

Date of Birth December 04, 1961 Age 59 Years 6 Month(s)
Nationality Australian Profession TV Presenter
Marital Status Single Divorced/Engaged Not Yet
Gay/Lesbain No Ethnicity White
Net Worth Not Disclosed Social Media Twitter
Children/Kids Not Yet Height 5 Feet 4 Inches (163 cm)
Education La Trobe University

There are multiple television stations, and one gets to see a lot of new faces aspiring to be on those stations. In this muddle, the name Naomi Robson stands out as the inspiration to many. This is so because she has gained a lot of experience in the field of television journalism. Let us find more about her life.  

The initial phase of her career was full of struggle. She didn’t have any robust and stable type of work in the beginning. So she began by being an assistant to photojournalists and a copywriter for an advertising agency. She also took a working trip to London during which she worked as a journalist and as an editorial assistant at a magazine publishing house. IT was in the year 1989 that she began an assistant editor and feature writer for Personal Success magazine.

 In 1990, Robson got the opportunity to be the part of Seven News. There she worked as a general news reporter in the beginning and later presented news on Tonight Live. She also hosted Seven’s Late News, Seven’s weekend news bulletins and reported current affairs program called Real Life too. Other shows that she presented are Our Victoria, which is a travel show.

Seven’s News at Five also got to see her as a co-host.  In 1997, she also delivered the Melbourne version of the show named Today Tonight. This program was extended to Sydney and Brisbane too. At some phase in her life, she also ran an internet chat show that would solve relationship and dating problems.

Her professional journey has seen both the highs and lows. But through this ride, she has stayed adamant and focused in her career. The dark side of her career that she had to face was the controversies that she was linked to. Once, The Daily Telegraph made an allegation that other reporters called her a “princess” overly concerned with her appearance. However, Robson denied this claim.

 In March 2006, she was said to have the relationship with a drug dealer, and things began to surface that she was supplied cocaine. But she refuted these claims stating that she was “extremely anti-drugs.” In September 2006, she and her party were detained from Indonesia when they went there with tourist visas to make a story about a boy who they thought was in danger of being killed by cannibals.

She is a very private when it comes to her personal life. She is not an open book as she likes to keep her intimate matters to herself. So we don’t know for sure if she is still single or married. Does she have any partner or a boyfriend is an issue of total suspense to her followers?

 Maybe she is abiding her time waiting for the Mr. right who would become a lovely husband to her. Till 2017, no news has been heard of her marriage. This may be because she is too focused on her work. Her rumors of being a lesbian are only natural as she has come of age to be settled in the family and even take the responsibility of parents.

Interestingly, she was once also linked with Bill Clinton as she was seen having the dinner with Clinton in Melbourne. They were into dating each other for a short while only as their relationship couldn’t sustain long.

Her bio reveals that she was born in Los Angeles, but her father’s work made her spend most of her childhood days in Australia and Britain. Eventually, she settled in Australia and pursued Bachelors of Arts degree in La Trobe University but she didn’t continue it and after two years dropped out from the university to indulge in her passion for photojournalism.