Quick Facts of Jane Amanda Hill
- Full NameJane Amanda Hill
- Date of Birth1969 /06 /10
- Marital StatusMarried
- BirthplaceEastbourne, Sussex, England
- Active Year1986–present
- Eye colourBlue
- Hair colourBrown
- SpouseSara Shepherd
- Online PresenceInstagram, Facebook and Twitter
Jane Amanda Hill aka Jane Hill is an English newsreader who works for BBC. Jane is one f the main presenter on the BBC News at One and the BBC News at Five. Also, Hill is the presenter of BBC Weekend News, BBC News at Six, and BBC News at Ten.
Jane is an occasional relief presenter for the BBC Weekend News on BBC One. Well, Hill is openly a lesbian and she is currently living a blissful life with her wife.
What’s Hill’s Net Worth?
The 51 years old reporter, Jane Hill has earned a decent amount of money from her career. Jane has a net worth of $1 million as of 2020. In addition, the majority of Jane’s earnings come from her work as a news reporter. As she has been working in the journalism field for a long time now, her salary and remuneration must be high.
Some sources said that Hill has a annual salary of around £80,000 and £100,000. Even though Jane hasn’t shared much about her earnings and incomes in the media, she is enjoying a rich and lavish lifestyle.
Jane Hill was born as Jane Amanda Hill on 10 June 1969 in Eastbourne, Sussex, England. Hill is English by nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. She was born to David Hill and Margaret Hill. Hill grew up in London. She enrolled at Micklefield School in East Sussex.
She then went on to study politics at Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London. There she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree.
After finishing the BBC journalism training program, Jane started working as a producer for BBC Radio 5 Live. After completing the BBC Regional News Trainee Scheme, she switched to television. As a presenter, she went on to join BBC Radio Berkshire and South Today, before heading to national news.
During the war in Iraq, she hosted several special programs on BBC One and BBC Two, and in December 2003, on the day the US forces seized Saddam Hussein, she kept broadcasting for almost eight hours on both terrestrial networks, BBC News and BBC World News.
She also appeared as herself in the 2014 science fiction action film Edge of Tomorrow, starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt. She hosted the Inaugural Diversity in Media Awards in London on 15 September 2017. Reshmin Chowdhury, Ria Chatterjee, Emma Vardy, and Carol Malia are some popular BBC news reporters.
Her Marital Status
As said before, Jane is openly lesbian. She is happily married to her long time partner Sarag Shepherd. The couple has been together for several years. In 2011, Hill revealed about her relationship with the fans and also told them she was getting married soon, and by now she is already in a marital relationship.
There is no available information about their wedding, though, but it seemed like after being in a relationship for more than a decade, they must have tied the knot. They proclaimed themselves to be civil partners and remained for years in a civil partnership.
There’s no question they’re together and they’re sharing love, but by now they don’t seem to have any kids, they might be planning to have a baby soon, or they might be focused on their career as long as of now.