Chris Bath

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Quick Facts

Date of Birth May 13, 1967
Nationality Australian
Profession Journalist
Working for Seven's current affairs program Sunday Night
Ethnicity White
Marital Status Married
Spouse Jim Wilson (Husband), Denis Carnahan (Ex-Husband)
Married on 2011
Children(s) Darcy Carnahan (son)
Qualification Graduation
Education at Charles Sturt University
Net Worth(s) N/A
Name on Birth Christine "Chris" Bath (Real Name)
Divorce One Time
Height N/A
Weight N/A
Religion Christian
Eye Color Brown, Blue
Hair Color Gray Brown
Twitter @ChrisBath7
Body Measurements N/A
Age 53 Years

Chris Bath is one of the beautiful Australian born journalist and television personality. Currently Bath works as the weeknight presenter of Seven News Sydney and the host of Seven's current affairs program Sunday Night.


She was born on 13 May 1967 in Auburn in Sydney as Christine "Chris" Bath.


She was born in Auburn in Sydney in Australia she was raised in Auburn and South Wentworth Ville. She grew up with her family in Australia. She has a sister she spent her childhood with her sister Katherine. She was also educated there.

School College

She studied at the Holroyd High School. After that in 1985 she went to the Sydney University where she studied English, psychology, German and legal institutions for two months before deciding it was not for her. During her graduation she didn’t have ambition to be a journalist.

Father, Mother

Bath parents are from Australia. As she is a little secretive about her personal life her parent’s names are not disclosed to the public maintain her secret life.  

Children Kids

She has a child from her first husband. She gave birth to her son Darcy. Darcy was born in the late 2000.

Career Life and Jobs  

Chris began her career at Sydney's Radio 2UE as a cadet reporter and newsreader. She stayed at 2UE for over a year before moving to regional television at Prime in Albury, where she worked as a reporter and presenter. NBN Television in Newcastle approached the then 23-year-old to anchor its evening news, making Chris one of Australia's youngest presenters on metropolitan television in 1991. Her appeal was immediate and she helped the station to ratings success. Chris worked at NBN for five years before joining Seven News in Sydney in 1996. At Seven Sunrise was the first of Chris's many national news reading positions. She was juggling dual roles as Sunrise anchor and host of 11AM, before being promoted to Seven's Late News in 1997. Chris also became the presenter of Face to Face, the network's Sunday morning political interview program In the same year. Chris joined the team at Witness, travelling around the world as one of its correspondents in 1998. After taking a well-earned break in Italy, in January 1999 Chris returned to Late News. The following year, Chris was part of Seven's host team for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and co-hosted the prelude to the Opening Ceremony live on stage at the Olympic stadium, while seven months pregnant with her first child. In late 2000 after having son Darcy, in 2001Chris returned to political interviewing as anchor of Sunday Sunrise and remained there for three years. Other career highlights include anchoring the Schapelle Corby verdict live from Bali, broadcasting live in December 1999 from East Timor during the Christmas concert for the peacekeepers and more recently, anchoring Seven News’ 2008 coverage of the Anzac Day commemoration from Gallipoli, the US Presidential Election and the Beijing end of the 6pm News during the 2008 Summer Olympics. Chris was also one of Australia’s favourite contestants on Dancing with the Stars. In series three, she and dancing partner Trenton "Trenno" Shipley won second place overall. With Darcy cheering them on, Chris and Trenton received the highest praise from the judges.

Husband, Marriage and Divorce  

Bath married her first husband composer Denis Carnahan in 1997. After being in 10 years relationship with Carnahan in 2008 Bath and Carnahan got separated due to some reasons. Bath again married to Seven News sport presenter and reporter Jim Wilson in January 2012; they married only weeks after Wilson asked Bath to marry. They were in relationship from 4 years. The couple was featured in New Idea magazine in late August 2013.

Hot, legs, feet and pictures

Chris is one of the sexy and hot journalists of Australia. Her hot and sexy pictures can be found on the internet. There are galleries of her picture in the web.

Height, weight and age

Gorgeous Bath has a great height. She has a matching height and weight. Her height and weight is not revealed to the media. Her well maintained height and weight makes her look younger than she is. Bath is 46 years old now but looks a lot younger than her age.

Nationality, Ethnicity, religion

Bath is holding the nationality of Australia and her ethnicity is white. She is following Christian religion.

Net Worth, Salary and income

Bath is hard-working person. She is all dedicated towards her future and career. She has a good income from her profession as she is well paid from her employers. From her dedication and hard work she has been able to collect millions of net worth.

Body Measurements, Body Shape, and Body figure

Sexy and hot looking Bath has the perfect body figure and shape. Her body is figure and shape is not unknown but she has well maintained her body figure and shape even though she is the mother of a son. Along with her body figure her sexy legs and feet add more beauty to her body. 

Awards and Achievement

Bath is achieving lot of success in her life from her anchoring profession. She is one of the most famous anchors in the Australia. She has not won any awards but from her anchoring skills she has got lots of love from her viewers. She is very sincere towards her work and loves her work this strategy of her will give her an award someday.

Quotes, Gossip and Rumor News

There are no rumors and gossips about Bath going on in the public. She has a clean image loves her work. She is happy with her family and is dedicated towards her work.

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