Naga Munchetty is a well-known English television presenter. The multi-talented television presenter is also a newsreader and journalist. Munchetty works with the BBC in the BBC breakfast as its presenter. Naga worked as the presenter of the BBC World News and BBC Two's Weekday financial affairs.
Naga Munchetty was born Subha Nagalakshi Munchetty-Chendriah on February 25, 1975, in Streatham, London. She is the daughter of Muthu Chendriah and her husband. Much about her parent is still under the radar. Her mother is from India, and her father is from Mauritius. Naga graduated from Graveney School and enrolled at the University of Leeds.
Naga Munchetty's Salary, Net Worth, and Earnings
Naga Munchetty has an estimated net worth of more than $2 Million. She has earned most of her net worth through her successful career working on the BBC and numerous other television shows. Munchetty must be making a six-figure salary from her contract with the BBC. The presenter is among the longest-serving personal with the channel.
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Who is Naga Munchetty Married To? Know About Her Relationship Status and Married Life
Naga is not very much active in social media. Her posts limit her professional life to few family pictures. Munchetty is married to her longtime boyfriend, James Haggar. The duo had been dating for several years before tying their wedding knot. They walked down their wedding aisle in 2007 at a private wedding ceremony. The love birds had welcomed only a few members from both the families and some close friends.
James is an ITV broadcast consultant. Naga and James are yet to welcome any child to the family. As per sources, They do not want to bear any child. Some rumors mention that She could be incapable of bearing a child. None of them have shared a word about their status. Both of them are very supportive of each other.
Naga Munchetty's Career
Naga graduated with an English Literature and Language Degree in 1997. After graduating from the University, She joined the London Evening Standard as a journalist. Munchetty also worked with The Observer on the Business Section. Naga started her television career as a reporter for Reuters Financial Television. After spending some time as a reporter, Munchetty worked as a senior producer for CNBC Europe and a presenter on Bloomberg Television.
In 2008, Naga joined Working Lunch on BBC Two. She worked with the team until the show was canceled in July 2010. Since then, Munchetty has worked with Radio 4's Money Box. In August 2010, The show host joined the BBC World News as a presenter on BBC One's Breakfast. In 2016, She was a contestant on the fourteenth series of Strictly Come Dancing. The next years, Naga joined the cast of CBBS sketch show Class Dismissed with a fictionalized version as a Media Studies teacher.
Naga is also a golf player. She has appeared in numerous events globally. In October 2012, Munchetty won the Hertfordshire de Paula Cup.
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