Kate Silverton is an English Journalist known for presenting most of BBC shows like BBC News at One, BBC News at Six, BBC News at Ten and BBC Weekend News. As of 2018, Kate Silverton net worth is estimated to be $4 million.
Kate was born on August 4, 1970 in Essex, England to Terry Silverton and Patricia Silverton. She has two sisters named Amy and Claire. Kate went to West Hatch High school where she was a junior swimming champion. She then received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Durham University.
Silverton began her career at the BBC working on Look North news before becoming a reporter and presenter at Tyne Tees Television. Prior to that, she worked in a bank.
She then went on to become a panelist on chat show “The Wright Stuff”. Before joining BBC News, she also worked on programs like “The Heaven and Earth Show”, “Big Strong Boys” and “Weekend Breakfast”.
From 2005 to 2007, she was a presenter on BBC News 24 and a regular relief presenter for BBC Breakfast. In 2007, she was named as the presenter of the BBC News which she presented for two months.
Kate had a long and successful career working in the BBC, on shows like BBC News at One, Big Cat Diary, New Year Live, BBC Two series ‘The Speaker’ and many more. In 2012, she also interviewed Prince William regarding the issues related to killing of rhinos for their horns in Africa.
Kate Silverton is now one of the contestants to take part in 16th season of “Strictly Come Dancing”. Other stars to compete for the prestigious prize are Joe Sugg, Charles Venn, Vick Hope, Lee Ryan, Faye Tozer, Seann Walsh, Susannah Constantine, Danny John Jules, Ashley Roberts, Stacey Dooley and many more.
Regarding her personal life, she married Mike Heron, a former Royal Marine on December 18, 2010. The couple have two children named Wilbur Silverton-Heron and Clemency Florence Rose Heron.