British journalist Suzanne Virdee is a famous freelance reporter serving for the UK news organization, ITN. Previously, she had her stint as a presenter for the BBC’s regional television news service, Midlands Today.
Putting aside her media career for a while, Suzanne frequently recalls the day when she held the hands of her loving fiancée at an exceptional place. The venue, the guests, the moment; all converged as one to make her wedding a memorable occasion.
Marries At Edgbaston Old Church, Husband Is Photographer
The beautiful and sizzling personality, Suzanne Virdee, is tied on a marriage knot with her photographer husband, Andrew Fox.
She first met the prince of her dreams while working on the Evening Mail before the 2000s. The duo fell in love with each other and eventually started dating. After enjoying a romantic dating for a while, the lovebirds shared the wedding vows at Edgbaston Old Church, which was Suzanne’s school church.
Suzanne used to sneak the packets of sweets in and secretively eat them during the Christmas choir rehearsals at the church.
Suzanne Virdee shares wedding vows with husband Andrew Fox at Edgbaston Old Church (Photo: wordpress.com)
Not only the wedding venue, but the guests, who made to their special day also made a memorable occasion for both Suzanne and Andrew. Plus, the fact that they got married by the former Provost of Birmingham, Reverend Peter Berry, added more bliss to the day.
The wedding pair enjoyed beautiful pictures which were clicked by many of Andrew’s photographer friends.
As of now, the pair seems to be leading a resounding marriage voyage; however, they seem to wait a little longer to enjoy the presence of their children. Nevertheless, Suzanne currently resides in Worcestershire with her partner-in-crime and occasionally re-lives the glimpses of her beautiful day at Edgbaston church.
Suzanne Virdee’s Family Plus Career Details:
Suzanne Nicole Virdee, commonly known as Suzanne Virseem was born on 16 October 1969 in Solihull, West Midlands. She is a daughter to an Indian father and English mother, which makes her ethnicity Anglo-Asian.
Growing up, Suzanne spent most of her childhood playing with her granny and granddad in their back garden in Selly Oak. Suzanne was a star in her family and all her family members from the early time sensed that she would become a famed journalist soon.
Appreciating her parents’ expectation, Suzanne started writing her newspaper and selling them to her family and friends at the young age of eight.
The professional route for Suzanne came at the age of 18 when she joined the local newspaper, Solihull Times as a trainee reporter. Later on, she passed her journalism tests and moved to TV journalism as a reporter for Central News in Birmingham.
Subsequently, she had her stints on Sunday Mercury, Birmingham Mail and BBC WM, the BBC Local Radio service.
Suzanne returned as a reporter/presenter for Central News before joining the BBC’s regional television news service, Midlands Today in April 2001. She initially presented the late night bulletins and later on served as a relief presenter for BBC Breakfast.
Later, Suzanne decided to leave Midlands Today on 29 March 2012 after being unable to sign a five-month contract to continue. As of now, she covers bulletins for ITV News since joining the network in August 2016.
Besides journaling, Suzanne also wrote a book titled, A Teenage Girl’s Guide To Being Fabulous, giving practical solutions to boost girl’s willpower to tackle the problems and strengthen the inner confidence.