|Full Name||Victoria Antoinette Derbyshire|
|Birth Name||Victoria Antoinette Derbyshire|
|Profession||Journalist, newsreader, television presenter|
|Birth City||Ramsbottom, Lancashire|
|Father Name||Anthony Derbyshire|
|Mother Name||Pauline Derbyshir|
|No Of Children||2|
|Sibilings||Alexandra Derbyshire, Nicholas Derbyshire|
|Education||Bury Grammar School for Girls|
|Date of Birth||October 2,1968|
Victoria Derbyshire is a British journalist, newsreader, and broadcaster. She is the recipient of multiple Sony awards, a BAFTA award, and two Royal Television Society awards. Derbyshire will participate in the twentieth series of ITV's I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here as of 2020.
Victoria is currently 52 years old. She was born on October 2, 1968, in Ramsbottom, Lancashire, England to Pauline Derbyshire and Anthony Derbyshire.
The oldest of three children, Derbyshire has two siblings; sister Alexandra Derbyshire and brother Nicholas Derbyshire. Victoria has been vocal about her father's physical and verbal abuse.
"My mum has always been, and still is, absolutely brilliant," she told The Guardian. "It was very much us four against him..he was aggressive and violent and.....not loving in any way. Not like a father should be."
The 52-year-old attended Bury Grammar School for Girls. She later studied English language and literature at the University of Liverpool. Victoria also took a postgraduate diploma course in radio and TV journalism at Preston Polytechnic, now known as the University of Central Lancashire.
Derbyshire's net worth is estimated at $3.9 million as of 2020. The 52-year-old has earned a hefty salary from her work for the BBC. As per some online sources, Victoria received a salary between $286,000 to $291,000 for the year 2018/2019, becoming the 14th highest-paid women at the BBC.
She joined BBC Radio 5 Live as a co-presenter in 1998 and took over the morning news program in 2004. The 52-year-old has presented television news and political programs including Newsnight, Victoria Derbyshire Interviews… and This Week.
Derbyshire has won numerous gold Sony awards and received a BAFTA award in 2017. Besides, she was presented with two Royal Television Society awards in 2018. Since the cancellation of her eponymous show in March 2020, Victoria has been the main presenter of BBC News at Nine on BBC One.
Recently, it was revealed that Derbyshire would be one of the contestants in the twentieth series of ITV's I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here. While her salary has not been revealed, Victoria is definitely for her part in line for a $100,000 or more pay-out.
Derbyshire married her long-time partner, Mark Sandell in 2018. They tied the knot in a low-key ceremony at their home in Surrey.
She and her husband have been together for over 15 years and share two children; sons Oliver Sandell, who is currently 14 years old, and Joe Sandell, who is 12 years old.