Going well!! Married in 1995 BBC Broadcaster Charlie Stayt’s wife Anne Breckell have two children. They are together for 2 Decades!!
Stayt’s Family, Children
The family has managed to maintain a low profile in the media and are not seen publicly together. The beautiful family of four now lives in London.
Charlie is quite successful in the role of a husband and a father, he is successful in his profession too. He has made a great career as a presenter and a journalist.
He started his career on a commercial radio station in his home town of Gloucester. Before moving into television, he worked on radio in London, hosting Capital Radio’s award-winning news program, The Way It Is and also reporting for LBC and BBC Radio 5 Live.
Charlie Stayt is a married man. He is married to Anne Frances Brickell since 1995. There are altogether four members in his family which consist of his wife and two children: Jake Hamilton and Phoebe Senora.
Rumors of divorce
Despite the rumors of Charlie’s divorce with his long wedded wife Anna, they have not shown any sign of getting a divorce anytime soon. They remain to be a closely bonded loving family. Charlie is an extremely dedicated husband to wife Anne and protective father to his children.
Understanding and loving each other is key to a successful marriage. When it comes to family creating one is not enough sustaining it. And growing with it is creating a bundle of happiness is very important.
Charlie and Anne seem to get along with all these elements all too well. They are living a happily married life for 21 long years. And hopefully, will continue to live on. All the best wishes to the family!
Starting a career
Charlie Stayt’s TV career started with ITN in 1995. He later joined Five News as a reporter and later became a principal anchor. He anchored Five News’ coverage of the events of 11 September 2001.
Spent a total of ten years at ITN, both as a correspondent and a presenter. He has also been a presenter for Sky News and hosted live ‘reality TV’ shows ‘Jailbreak’ and ‘Are You Telepathic’. He presented numerous current affairs programs.
— Dave Davies (@davedavieskinks) April 5, 2014
Charlie Stayt joined BBC Breakfast as a relief presenter initially in 2006. But in December 2007, he served as its ‘Friday-Sunday’ presenter. Since January 2008, he has been the weekend presenter for BBC Breakfast.
He moved with the program to Salford and presents the program Thursday-Saturday with Naga Munchetty, as well as standing in for former main weekday host Bill Turnbull.
The estimated net worth of Charlie Stayt is $2 million including his salary.
Career in BBC
It has been over a decade he has been working as a journalist. Charlie was the host of the news program, The Way It Is. This won Capital Radio’s award. He also reported for BBC Radio 5 live.
— BBC Breakfast (@BBCBreakfast) April 24, 2015
Charlie joined BBC Breakfast in 2006 as a relief presenter initially. By December of the next year 2007, he was the presenter on Fridays and Sundays. He was appointed as a weekend presenter in January 2008 for BBC Breakfast.
Charlie Stayt was punched as he misspelled ‘education’ while reporting live on BBC Breakfast on April 24, 2016. Charlie missed the alphabet ‘c’ while writing ‘education’ at the classroom in Southampton.
Following the event, Bill Turnbull funnily credited Charlie of starting a twitter trend. He even made Charlie spell that word.
— Mike Simpson (@fikes22) January 25, 2015
Bill was quoted saying,
“There we go, it was a typo, we’ll forgive him.”
A short bio on Charlie Stayt & Anne Breckell:
Charlie Stayt is an English journalist and broadcaster. At present, he is working as a freelance with the BBC as a presenter for BBC Breakfast. More bio…
Anne Breckell is a British citizen. She is famous as the wife of Charlie Stayt, an English broadcaster, and presenter. More bio…