A highly accomplished TV presenter and journalist, Jennie Bond worked for fourteen years as the BBC’s royal correspondent. One of the most recognisable faces on television, Jennie became a household name thanks to her eloquent style of presenting and consummate professionalism. Not afraid to turn her hand to a number of genres and programmes, Jennie has undetaken cameo appearances in comedy shows as well as becoming a reality TV star on I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!
With Jennie’s BBC career beginning in 1985 as a radio news reporter, it only took her four years before taking on the role of Royal correspondent. Bond’s impressive display of skill saw her also present many other BBC news shows, including BBC Breakfast News, BBC One O’clock Newsand BBC Six O’clock News. During this time, Jennie perfected her skills as a TV Presenter, becoming a highly respected onscreen personality.
Bond held the position of Royal correspondent until 2003, reporting on a number of notable moments in history during her time at the helm, including the 1992 Windsor fire, two royal weddings and the death of Princess Diana. Travelling across the globe during her time with the BBC, Jennie has established an extensive and impressive portfolio of broadcasting that makes her one of the most accomplished TV Presenters in the nation.
Jennie enjoys making television appearances as much as she relishes taking on the role of event host or after dinner speaker at functions. With the ability to speak on a wide range of topics thanks to her career as a news correspondent across the globe, Jennie is both an engaging and compelling speaker to address business and social environments alike.
To book Jennie Bond to make a personal appearance at your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing email@example.com or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.
When at corporate events, Jennie is known to cover the following topics:
- TV Presenter
- Event Host
- Media & Broadcasting