Fiona Armstrong Biography, Age, Career, Marital Status, Salary and Net Worth

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Who is Fiona Armstrong?

Fiona Armstrong, Lady MacGregor is a well-known British television journalist and is Lord Lieutenant of Dumfries. She is an author of several books and has written for newspapers and made television programs on Scottish topics including fishing and Scottish clans.

How Old is Fiona Armstong?

She is 65 years old as of April 2022, having been born on November 28, 1956, in Preston, England. Fiona shares her birthdate with celebrities such as; Trey Songz, Kinigra Deon, Summer Rae, Anna Nicole Smith (1967-2007), Miranda Cooper, and many more.

Fiona Armstrong Family

Who are Fiona Armstrong’s Parents?

She has managed to keep her family background very private. There is no information regarding her parents and siblings on the internet. In case of news regarding her parents and siblings, we will update it here as soon as possible.

Fiona Armstrong Education

She received her education at University College, London, where she studied German Literature.

Fiona Armstrong Marital Status

She is married to Sir Malcolm MacGregor. They have been married since 2005. Despite being married, she was also previously married to Rodney Potts from 1988 to 2002.

A Photo of Fiona Armstrong

A Photo of Fiona Armstrong

Fiona Armstrong Kids

She has a kid with her ex-husband Rodney. A daughter by the name of Natasha was born in 1992.

Fiona Armstrong Career

She started her career in local radio, before joining the BBC news team in Manchester in 1983. She then moved to Border Television as a news reporter, before becoming a regular newsreader and presenter for the nightly regional news program Lookaround. Fiona switched to ITN in March 1987, as a reporter/newscaster on News at Ten, News at 5:45 (later News at 5:40), and other bulletins. While on the reporting side, she covered the Lockerbie air disaster and produced a series on AIDS orphans in Africa. Fiona was one of the launch team on the ITV breakfast station GMTV in 1993, but after a few months, she left.

On BBC World, she presented the breakfast news program, before joining ITV Border as a presenter of Lookaround. As well as a presenter and producer on a number of regional programs for the station including “Eagle’s Eye” and Fiona on Fishing. Armstrong has fronted antiques, political, cooking, and lifestyle programs for the ITV regions. She has written two fishing books as one of the UK’s best-known female anglers and made fishing films for Sky TV’s ‘Tight Lines’ program. ITVTyne Tees & Border was launched in February 2009, replacing ITV Tyne Tees and ITV Border. She was announced as Features Correspondent for the service on a freelance basis. Fiona’s work took her to Cambodia to report on the work of land mine charities and to West Africa to cover the work of the Mercy Ships.

Career Continuation

On February 15, 2010, she returned to network television news as a presenter for the BBC News Channel. She went on to present ‘Border Life’ a current affairs program for ITV Border. While working for the BBC News Channel as a journalist, she interviewed the civil rights activist and writer, Darcus Howe, on the subject of the street disturbances in England in the summer of 2011. Fiona specializes in Scottish clan history. She has made more than 20 films on Scottish families, and in 2006, she set up the first Border Reiver Trail in the south of Scotland.

Armstrong is a columnist for magazines and newspapers. Including Scottish Field magazine, the “Courier” newspaper, and the American-based Scotbanner newspaper. She is a fellow and a board of the University of Central Lancashire. Also, she is a Chairman of the Clan Armstrong Trust and a judge of Cumbria Book of the Year. Currently, she is writing a book on Queen Victoria and a family connection to Scotland. On January 26, 2016, her appointment as Lord Lieutenant of Dumfries was announced.

Fiona Armstrong Height and Measurements

Adding up to her well-curved and beautiful body, she stands at a height of 1.74m and a weight of 86kg (189lbs)

Fiona Armstrong’s Salary and Net Worth

Her salary is not mentioned anywhere on the internet. But she has a net worth of $1.5 million.