Carol Thatcher Biography
Carol Thatcher is a British journalist, author, and media personality. She is the daughter of Margaret Thatcher, the British prime minister from 1979 to 1990, and Denis Thatcher. Thatcher become famous for several reality shows including I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!, 100% English, and Most Haunted.
She has written biographies of both her parents and also produced a documentary about her father which contained his only public interview. She won the fifth series of the reality show I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!.
Carol Thatcher Age
Thatcher is 67 years as of 2020. She was born on 15 August 1953 in Hammersmith, London. She celebrates her birthday on 15th August every year and her zodiac sign is Leo.
Carol Thatcher Parents | Brother
She was born to Margaret Thatcher(mother) and Denis Thatcher(father). Thatcher’s mother was a former British Prime Minister. Similarly, she grew up with her twin brother Mark Thatcher.
According to the source, Thatcher’s mother was elected to Finchley in 1958 and elected to Parliament in 1959. Thatcher also belongs to British nationality. Although the details on her race are still under investigation.
Carol Thatcher Education
Discussing her educational background, In 1960, Thatcher sent to Queenswood School, a ladies ‘ boarding school near Hatfield, Hertfordshire after attending St Paul’s Girls ‘ School. She qualified from University College London with a law degree. While she relocated to Australia in 1977 to begin a profession in journalism. While she was there, her mother was elected Prime Minister.
Carol Thatcher Net Worth
She has estimated around $100K-$1Million of net worth. Although the detailed information about her salary is not relieved yet. Thatcher has earned a huge amount of income throughout her professional life. Additionally, she has estimated income as a journalist and a media personality.
Carol Thatcher Husband
Thatcher lives in Klosters-Serneus, Switzerland, with the ski coach Marco Grass. There was a rumor that Thatcher was dating Jonathan Aitken, which ended in 1979. Since this happened just after the conservatives won the general election, it is believed that Aitken’s break with Thatcher was the reason why he had been sidelined in the ministry. However, knowledge concerning her children has not yet been relieved.
Carol Thatcher Height
Thatcher stands at a height of around 5 feet 6 inches. Additionally, she has blonde hair and brown eyes. Details regarding her other body measurements like chest-waist-hip, dress size, shoe size, etc are unknown.
Carol Thatcher Career
Thatcher made her debut as an Australian journalist for the Sydney Morning Herald from 1977 to 1979. She was a reporter for Channel Seven TV, also in Sydney. After that a reporter for her morning news program, 11 a.m. She has worked as a reporter for LBC, BBC Radio 4, TV-am when she returned to the UK and wrote travel articles for The Daily Telegraph. Many newspapers refused to publish work with her byline because of her mother’s high-profile political status.
Similarly, her debut book, Diary of Elections: was published in 1983 along with Margaret Thatcher on the campaign trail. Three years later, her second book, written by Chris Evert (Mrs. Lloyd), a partner tennis player, named Lloyd on Lloyd. It was Thatcher’s first best-seller. Later published, including the best-selling biography of her father, Below the Parapet, in 1996. Thatcher produced a series about him, Married to Maggie, on Channel 4 in 2003.
Whereas Thatcher reported Denis Thatcher’s only media interview in his lifetime; he died shortly after his release. Thatcher’s journalism work included articles on magazines and articles, as well as on television.
Carol Thatcher Reality Show Career
In November 2005 Thatcher was chosen to appear on the ITV TV series I’m a Star… Get Me Out of Here! Next to a host of other celebrities. The format of the show suggested that it would be expected to spend at least a week in the Australian rainforest with little food supply under poor living conditions. During her stay in the jungle, she had to face one of the most popular “Bushtucker Trials”—which saw her eating jungle bugs and kangaroo testicles as competition for her fellow celebrities to get food. Eventually, she emerged as the winner of the Fifth Series and the Second Queen of the Jungle.
At the same time, Thatcher was a special guest with host Yvette Fielding and David Wells on Living TV’s Most Haunted on 13 February 2007 and Joanne Gregory searching for paranormal activity at Tatton Hall in Cheshire. In 2007, for the documentary Mummy’s War, Carol Thatcher traveled to the Falkland Islands and Argentina to explore the legacy of the Falkland War. While the pro-British islanders (who consider their mother a heroine) received a positive response, their response in Argentina triggered demonstrations and riots (including the cry “Your mother is a war criminal!”).
Carol Thatcher Most Haunted
Thatcher appeared on Living TV’s Most Haunted on 13 February 2007 as a celebrity guest alongside presenter Yvette Fielding and medium David Wells as well as Joanne Gregory to search for paranormal activity at Tatton Hall in Cheshire.
Carol Thatcher Books
Thatcher has written several books, including: Below the Parapet: the Biography of Denis Thatcher (1996) and Diary of an Election: with Margaret Thatcher on the Campaign Trail (1983). On 4 September 2008 Headline Publishers released A Swim-on Part in the Goldfish Bowl: A Memoir, which recounts the decline of Margaret Thatcher’s health and the onset of her dementia.
Carol Thatcher The One Show
From 2006 to 2009, Thatcher was a freelance consultant to the BBC One magazine program The One Show, delivering recorded updates and joining presenters and guests in the studio for discussion.
On 3 February 2009, the British media announced that during the 2009 Australian Open Thatcher, a black tennis player, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, had been referred to as a golliwog in a discussion in the show’s green room. According to The Times, Thatcher called Tsonga the “half-golliwog” and the “golliwog frog.” Presenter Adrian Chiles, comedian Jo Brand, journalists, and a host of guests were with Thatcher when she made the point. The BBC announced that Thatcher would not be working on The One Show again until she made a more genuine apology. Thatcher declined, saying, “I stand by what I said. I was not going to apologize. I never meant it in a racist way. It was shorthand. I represented someone’s presence colloquially—someone that I happen to respect greatly.”