|Date of Birth||May 26, 1963 (age 50)|
|Working for||ITN on ITV News|
|Children(s)||Joe Fenwick (Son) Molly Fenwick (Daughter)|
|Education at||Bedford College|
|Name on Birth||Mary Nightingale|
|Height||5ft 6in (168 cm)|
|Eye Color||Black, Brown|
|Hair Color||Gray Brown|
|Body Measurements||35 - 26 - 32 inch. (approx.)|
Mary Nightingale is a TV broadcaster and journalist from the United Kingdom.
Mary Nightingale was born in 1964, in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England.
Childhood and School College
Nightingale was educated at St Margaret's School which is an independent school for girls, near the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital in Exeter, Devon, and King Edward VI School in Totnes, Devon. She obtained a BA in English from Bedford College, University of London. The college is now merged with Royal Holloway, University of London.
Career and struggle
Nightingale started her journalism career as a presenter and writer on World Business Satellite for TV Tokyo. She then went on to work for BBC World's World Business Report as a presenter and writer, covering economic and corporate news.
Nightingale also worked for Reuters Financial Television in 1994 as a presenter on the early morning financial program.
She has co-presented Carlton Country, a factual series about life in the countryside, as well as presenting the Holiday Program on BBC One. In May 1994 she became the first presenter of After 5 the London news network early evening show. In 1995, she worked as co-presenter on ITV's Rugby World Cup coverage from South Africa on the regular evening highlights program. In 1996, Nightingale presented BBC Two's Ski Sunday.
Until April 1999, Nightingale was co-presenter with Alastair Stewart of London News Network's flagship news program London Tonight and was the sole presenter of London Today, Carlton's lunchtime news bulletin. She also presented the daily late news bulletins of London Tonight.
Nightingale anchored ITV's flagship holiday programme “Wish You Were Here...?” from 1999–2001, and also presented The Really Good Food Show, I-Spy and Most Wanted. In November 2000, she started presenting Ratrap for ITV.
In 2001, Nightingale was promoted to the ITV News at 6:30 and left her position on London Tonight. She was also part of the ITN team covering the 2001 general election.
Nightingale has also fronted various ITV programs including: Holidays Undercover in 2006, The Girl Who Would Be Queen, and Diana - A Service of Thanksgiving in 2007.
Nightingale is also an occasional presenter of the ITV News at 1:30 and ITV News weekend bulletins and acts as a relief presenter on ITV News at Ten.
In April 2011, she took over from Mark Nicholas as the host of the ITV daytime cookery program Britain's Best Dish.
On 23 September 2012 she presented William & Kate: The South Seas Tour on ITV.
Husband, Marriage and Divorce
Nightingale has been married since April 2000 to Paul Fenwick, the former Human Resource director of Trailfinders. They have two kids namely Joe Fenwick and Molly Fenwick.
Hot, legs, feet, and pictures
She looks hot even after giving birth to two children. The internet contains a wide gallery of her pictures. She has perfect legs and feet.
Height, weight and age
She has a nice height of five feet six inches which equals 168 centimeters. The height suits her personality well.
She has a good figure and she has maintained it well in the years. She does not let her figure to be ruined.
She is an English citizen and her ethnicity is white.
Award and Achievement
She won the prize for being Newscaster of the Year in the 2002 and 2004 Television and Radio Industries Club awards.
Job and future
She is doing very well in her job and she is aspiring to continue her good work in the future too.