Is Jenny Bond married? Yes, the former BBC Royal correspondent is married to her husband James Keltz and they have one daughter together.
Jenny Bond who is born Jennifer Bond started her journalism career with the Richmond Herald as a reporter.
She later moved to BBC and became a radio news reporter in 1985. Eventually, she became a Royal correspondent, which became the biggest breakthrough in her professional career.
She spent 14 years as a royal correspondent, meaning she had first-hand access to numerous royal events and scandals.
During all those years, she formed a particularly amicable relationship with Princess Diana. The late princess had also confided in her about her failed marriage in one of her sessions.
However, her job meant she was also required to cover the tragic death of her good friend who died in a terrible car accident in 1997.
Is Jenny Bond a.k.a Jennie Bond Married? Meet Husband James Keltz
Yes, Jenny Bond aka Jennie Bond is married to her husband James W. Keltz.
They tied the knot in 1982 and have been married for nearly forty years. As per an article by The Sun, Ms. Bond once described her husband of four decades as her best friend.
They do not have any secrets and are comfortable enough to share everything with each other.
Jenny and James have one daughter, Emma, together, who was born in 1990. So, her daughter is 31 years old currently.
What Is Jenny Bond Net Worth?
According to popularbio.com, Jenny Bond’s net worth is estimated between $1 million to $5 million.
Another site, glassdoor.com, mentioned that an average BBC journalist gets paid in the range of $48,611 to $61,632.
As Bond is an experienced and senior journalist, who is also a former Royal correspondent, she must earn more than the basic range and has a sizable net worth.
Jenny Bond Age & Wiki
Jenny Bond, age 71, was born on August 19, 1950, in Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England.
She attended St. Francis College in Letchworth and also has a degree in French and European Literature from the University of Warwick.
She appeared in an episode of a comedy show, Little Britain after she left BBC in 2003.
She competed in a reality television series, I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!, in 2004, where she finished as runner-up.
Her most recent work includes Cash in the Attic and Great British Menu.