Facts of Ulrika Jonsson
|Full Name:||Ulrika Jonsson|
|Age:||52 years 7 months|
|Birth Date:||August 16, 1967|
|Birth Place:||Sollentuna, Sweden|
|Height / How tall :||5 feet 6 inches (1.70m)|
|Nationality:||Swedish and British|
|Profession:||television presenter and actress|
|Father's Name:||Bo Jonsson|
|Mother's Name:||Gun Brodie|
|Education:||Burnham Grammar School|
|Best Match for Marriage:||Sagittarius, Gemini, Aries|
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Relationship Statistics of Ulrika Jonsson
|What is Ulrika Jonsson marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):||Divorce|
|How many children does Ulrika Jonsson have ? (name):||Four(Cameron Oskar George Turnbull, named Bo Eva Coeur Jonsson, , Martha Sky Hope Gerrard-Wright and named Malcolm Charles Trip Monet)|
|Is Ulrika Jonsson having any relationship affair ?:||No|
|Is Ulrika Jonsson lesbian ?:||No|
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Ulrika Jonsson is currently divorced. She is not together with her ex-husband, Brian Monet since April 2019. The main reason for their divorce is said to be her sexless married life with Brian.
She has been married a total of 3 times.
She was married to cameraman John Turnbull from 29 September 1990 to 1995. The couple has one child from the marriage, son Cameron Oskar George Turnbull who was born in October 1994.
Next, she dated footballer Stan Collymore during 1998. After the relationship ended, she began dating German hotel manager Marcus Kempen. She gave birth to her 2nd child at age 33, a daughter named Bo Eva Coeur Jonsson in November 2000. Child’s father is Markus.
Her 3rd husband Brian Monet legally adopted Bo with the consent of her biological father in August 2014.
She had an affair with Sven-Göran Eriksson during April 2002. Next, she met Lance Gerrard-Wright while presenting ‘Mr. Right’. The two began their relationship and eventually got married on 9 August 2003. She gave birth to their daughter, Martha Sky Hope Gerrard-Wright on May 28, 2004. The pair eventually separated in October 2005.
Ulrika is currently married to her third husband, American advertising executive Brian Monet. They married on 8 March 2008. She gave birth to her 4th child at age 40, a son named Malcolm Charles Trip Monet on June 7, 2008.
Who is Ulrika Jonsson?
Ulrika Jonsson is a Swedish television presenter and actress. People know her as the TV-am weather presenter. Furthermore, she has appeared in numerous television series during her career.
Ulrika Jonsson’s Early Life, Childhood, Education
Ulrika was born in Sollentuna, Sweden on 16 August 1967 as Eva Ulrika Jonsson. She is the granddaughter of famous Swedish opera-singer Folke Jonsson. She emigrated to the UK in 1979. A career in television always intrigued her as a child and she had already decided to become a reporter in her early life. She is of Swedish and British nationality. Furthermore, she has not revealed her ethnic background.
Talking about her education, Ulrika attended the Burnham Grammar School.
Ulrika Jonsson’s Career, Salary, Net Worth
Initially, in her career, Ulrika worked as a secretary. Later, she began her TV career on TV-am in 1989. There, she worked as a weather presenter. In addition, she also became the weather presenter for Swedish TV3 from 12 September 1989. Next, she appeared in the critically acclaimed French film, ‘The Annunciation of Marie’. She later hosted numerous shows like ‘Gladiators’, ‘The National Lottery’. Additionally, she also hosted the Eurovision Song Contest and Miss World in 1998 and 1999 respectively.
Ulrika interviewed the then British Prime Minister John Major for a BBC2 program in 1997. Furthermore, she also interviewed the then-Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown. Eventually, she returned to Sweden and soon the Swedish television network TV3 offered her the role of hostess of the Miss Sweden beauty pageant. She was previously the team captain on the BBC TV quiz show ‘Shooting Stars’. Later, in April 2009 it was confirmed that Jonsson would return to ‘Shooting Stars’ as team captain for a full series airing later that year.
She has appeared in television shows like ‘Would I Lie To You?’, ‘BingoLotto’, ‘The Joy of Text’, ‘Ulrika Jonsson: the Truth About Men’, ‘Comic Relief Does Fame Academy’, ‘Come Dine with Me’, and ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ among many other. Furthermore, she recently announced that she has taken a step back from TV presenting. She decided to ditch the television life to become a stay-at-home mum. Currently, she is a contestant on BBC1’s ‘Celebrity MasterChef’.
Apart from her acting career, Ulrika is also an author. Penguin Group published her debut novel, ‘The Importance of Being Myrtle’ on 1 September 2011.
Ulrika has not revealed her current salary. There is no information regarding her total net worth at present. However, her longtime fans believe it to be in millions.
Ulrika Jonsson’s Rumors and Controversy
Ulrika was part of a controversy after she made a statement that she had deep regret over cheating on her first husband, John Turnbull. In addition, her behavior in the British Comedy Awards at London’s O2 during 2011 was a controversial topic. Furthermore, after she was saved even after serving raw meat on Celebrity MasterChef, the fans of the show criticized her through the social media sites.
She wrote in her autobiography that an unnamed television presenter had raped her earlier in her television career. This led to John Leslie’s career to end. There are no rumors concerning her at present.
Ulrika Jonsson’s Body Measurement
Talking about her body measurement, Ulrika has a height of 5 feet 7 inches. Her hair color is blonde and eye color is blue.
Social Media Profile
Ulrika is not quite active on the social media sites. She does not have her official Facebook and Instagram account. Her Twitter account has around 3.8 followers.
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References: (www.dailyrecord.co.uk, www.thesun.co.uk)