BBC viewers made several headlines regarding Huw Edwards Illness And Health after Welsh presenter Nick Servini replaced him from the Royal Coverage on Friday.
Huw Edwards is a renowned Welsh Journalist, newsreader, and presenter who appears on BBC News at Ten, the corporation’s flagship news broadcast.
Besides BBC Ten, the Journalist covers BBC state events, international events, and the hour-long BBC News at Five on the BBC’s rolling news channel BBC News.
Huw rose to fame after he covered the death and funeral of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and Queen Elizabeth II. Besides their last rite, the BBC host presented the BBC’s coverage of major royal events, including the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II, the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, and the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton.
The Journalist was the lead presenter for the 2019 general election coverage on 12 and 13 December and succeeded David Dimbleby as the host of BBC election night coverage.
Huw Edwards Illness: What Happened To BBC News Presenter?
The BBC Ten presenter was praised by many last weeks after delivering the news of the Queen’s illness and subsequent death on top of covering some huge political news.
On September 12, 2022, Huw’s appearance on BBC News sparked concerns from viewers, as the newsreader appeared to have a bloodshot eye.
The BBC’s chief newsreader, Huw Edwards, has revealed he has suffered bouts of depression that have left him “bedridden” during a 20-year struggle with his mental health.
Edwards, 60, said his bouts of depression began in 2002 when he was presenting the Six O’Clock news, and a year before, he became the presenter of the corporation’s main nightly bulletin at 10.
Since 1984, Edwards has been at the BBC recently revealed in a documentary on the Welsh language had bouts of depression that have left him bedridden since 2002.
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Huw Edwards Health Update
Huw’s bloodshot eyes concerned his fans regarding his illness and update regarding his heath. Regrettably, his present health update is unavailable.
The News at Ten presenters has previously spoken of his 20-year battle with mental health problems.
The presenter told Men’s Health UK that his depression includes anxiety and tends to “hit in a strong wave” and then go away.
In a Welsh-language documentary about his career, Edwards said at times, the problem has been so severe he “didn’t want to go to work” as he fought to reconcile his assured public persona with his low moods. The documentary, Huw Edwards yn 60, will be broadcast on S4C on December 29.
Huw Edwards Family
The BBC Presenter Huw,61, was born on August 18, 1961, into a Welsh-speaking family in Bridgend, Glamorgan, Wales.
Hywel Teifi Edwards, Huw’s father, was a Research Professor of Welsh-language Literature at University College, Swansea. His father was a Plaid Cymru and Welsh language activist, academic, and author.
Aerona Protheroe, his mother, Aerona Protheroe, taught at Llanelli’s Ysgol Gyfun y Strade for 30 years.
The BBC presenter has a sister, Meinir. There is no information regarding Huw’s sister’s personal life.
Before joining BBC, he served postgraduate work at Cardiff University in Medieval French, later becoming a reporter for local radio station Swansea Sound.
Huw Edward is married to Vicky Flind, a television producer best known for editing This Week and Peston.
The presenter has five children with Vicky and lives in Dulwich, London, with his family. Huw is an active Christian and is a weekly churchgoer.
On July 5, 2019, the BBC Presenter was awarded a Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama Fellowship.
Besides journalism, Huw is also an amateur organist, taught to play at a chapel in Llanelli, and occasionally plays at the Jewin Welsh Presbyterian Chapel in London.
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