Suzanne Charlton Biography|Wiki
Suzanne Charlton is a British BBC weather forecaster famously known as the daughter of footballer Bobby Charlton.
In 1985 she graduated with a degree in Physics and Meteorology, Charlton joined the Met Office in Bracknell, where she worked as a computer programmer in September 1985. She later transferred to the London Weather Centre in 1987 as a forecaster, joining the BBC weather team in March 1989. She spent three and a half months working as a forecaster with the RAF in Germany.
In 1999 she took maternity leave which she later on extended so she could bring her son up.
Suzanne Charlton Age|Birthday
Born in 1962 Suzanne is 58 years old as of early 2020.
Suzanne Charlton Height
She is a woman of average stature who stands at a height of 5’7. Details regarding her height are still under investigation.
Suzanne Charlton Family
She is the daughter of former Manchester United and England footballer, Sir Bobby Charlton and his wife Norma. Her niece, Jack Charlton is former Leeds United and England footballer.
Suzanne Charlton Husband
Suzanne is happily married to her husband Nick Brown a tennis coach. The pair tied the knot in 1994 in Macclesfield. She has one son Robert Harry who was born in November 1998. They live in Hitchin, Hertfordshire.
Suzanne Charlton Salary
Working at BBC she surely earns a lucrative salary. However exact figures are still under investigation w are keeping close tabs on Suzanne and will update when accurate information is vailable.
Suzanne Charlton Networth
Her Networth is still under investigation we will update when accurate information is available.
Suzanne Charlton Career
Charlton attended Loreto Grammar School, a Roman Catholic girls’ grammar school in Altrincham, with her sister Andrea. She graduated from the University of Reading in 1985 with a degree in Physics and Meteorology.
Additionally, Charlton is a sports fan, with special interests being football, tennis, and skiing. During her university years, she also played hockey. Additionally, she competed in national horse-riding events and is a group instructor with the Riding for the Disabled Association.
She transferred to the London Weather Centre as a forecaster in 1987. In March 1989 she joined the BBC weather team. Also, in the summer of 1990, she spent three and a half months working as a forecaster with the RAF in Germany. Furthermore, from 1992 she appeared on a range of channels including Breakfast News. From 1999, she took maternity leave which she extended to bring up her son.
Charlton returned to BBC Weather bulletins in March 2006, appearing regularly on BBC News 24, BBC Radio 4, BBC World and BBC One. In March 2007 she left the BBC Weather Centre and is a fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society.