Wendy Kingston Biography and Wiki
Wendy Kingston is an Australian journalist and television news presenter who serves as an anchor for the Queensland edition of Nine’s Afternoon News. Wendy launched her media career in 2000 working as a reporter and newsreader for ABC Radio Brisbane.
Wendy Kingston Age and Birthday
Wendy was born on June 25, 1981, in Gold Coast, Queensland. She is 39 years old as of 2021. Her birth sign is Cancer.
Wendy Kingston Height and Weight
Kingston stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches(Approx. 1.7m) and weighs 132 lbs (60 kgs).
Wendy Kingston Education
Wendy attended and graduated from Somerset College on the Gold Coast in 1998. She then proceeded to Bond University, Australia’s first private not-for-profit university and is located in Robina, Gold Coast, Queensland, where she graduated with a degree in Journalism in 2003.
Wendy Kingston Family, Parents, Siblings
Kingston is the proud daughter of Robert Binnie Crewson and June Doreen Crewson. It’s not known whether if she has any siblings. This part will be updated soon when established.
Wendy Kingston Husband, Is She Married?
Moving on to her marital affairs, the famed journalist is happily married to her loving husband, Richard Jefferies who is a financial advisor. The dashing couple tied a knot in an intimate ceremony in New South Wales.
She was previously married to Michael Murphy in 1988 but unfortunately, the couple divorced in 2009.
Wendy Kingston Kids
Wendy is a proud mom to three kids, namely Sam, Josh, and Mia.
Wendy Kingston Salary
Wendy receives an average salary ranging from $47,290 to $72,980 a year. Her actual salary figures will be updated soon when revealed.
Wendy Kingston Net Worth
Wendy Kingston has an estimated net worth of $1 million. Her primary source of income is her career as a journalist.
Wendy Kingston Journalist
Kingston kicked off her media career began in 2000 working as a reporter and newsreader for ABC Radio Brisbane. She later landed a job with WIN News as a reporter and fill-in newsreader for the Toowoomba bulletin in 2001.
Kingston was later promoted to a full-time presenter of the Toowoomba and Sunshine Coast WIN News bulletins. Kingston resigned from WIN in 2005 and relocated to Sydney, where she was picked up by the Nine Network to report for Nine News in Sydney.
Later on, in January 2013, Wendy was named presenter of Nine News Now a bulletin that includes a mix of news, sport, panel debates, and showbiz.
In September 2018, it was announced that Wendy and Eva Milic would swap roles with Kingston being appointed Nine Live Queensland presenter and Milic moving to present Nine Gold Coast News.