Lucrezia Millarini Biography
Lucrezia Millarini is a British journalist born on 5th August 1985 in London, United Kingdom. She is an ITV news presenter and reporter. She studied Law and trained as a barrister and later obtained a postgraduate diploma in Broadcast Journalism from City University.
Lucrezia began her career covering local events for a local radio station in Oxford. She later joined ITN’s London Office where she worked on their digital operation and as a reporter for their 24-hour live news channel.
In 2010 she became the Arts and Entertainment Correspondent on London’s ITV and later, in 2011, she became a presenter for FYI Daily, with ITV2.
She began news reading for Daybreak (as of 2018 known as Good Morning Britain) in January 2013. In 2014 she did a brief stint at Channel 5 News before returning to ITV News as a presenter for London’s Main 6 PM News as well as a relief presenter for their Weekend News Project. She is also known for featuring charity events for animal causes in most of her segments which have gained her praises for bringing attention to the area.
Lucrezia Millarini Age | Lucrezia Millarini Date Of Birth
Lucrezia was born on 5th August 1985 in London, United Kingdom. She is 34 years old as of 2019. Her star sign is Leo.
Lucrezia Millarini Where Was She Born
She was born in London, United Kingdom.
Lucrezia Millarini Height
Lucrezia’s height is unknown although she is not tall in 2016 she tweeted about Euro 2016 saying it’s not basketball so height is not important.
Luckily it’s not basketball, so height not that important….#Euro2016
— Lucrezia Millarini (@lucrezianews) June 22, 2016
Lucrezia Millarini Family
Lucrezia was born to an Italian father who is a barrister and an English mother. She says that she wanted to follow her father’s footsteps from an early age which prompted her to pursue Law degree but later realized she has a passion for journalism
Lucrezia Millarini Husband | Is Lucrezia Millarini Married
Lucrezia married her longtime boyfriend in 2014 and the two reside in inner-city London
Lucrezia Millarini Children
Lucrezia has no children, as of 2018, but she casually refers to her dog Dodger as her child. She rescued the dog in 2015 from a shelter where she was doing a story on a charity event held there.
Lucrezia Millarini Italian|Heritage
Lucrezia was born to an Italian father and her name comes from her paternal Italian heritage although most of her career she has been mistakenly thought to be Russian. She normally says its a compliment as she believes all Russian women look like supermodels.
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Lucrezia Millarini ITV
Lucrezia is a news presenter and reporter for ITV who also anchors ITV News London’s flagship program. She is also the main presenter of the London regional bulletins for Good Morning Britain. She joined the station in 2010 as the Arts and Entertainment Correspondent in London. In 2011 she became a presenter for FYI Daily, with ITV2. She took a brief leave in 2013 before returning to ITV in 2014 as a presenter for London’s Main 6 PM News as well as a relief presenter for their Weekend News Project.
In her career, she has covered news, entertainment, and the arts. She has also conducted interviews with politicians and high profile guests. She has reported live from Buckingham Palace, covered the London 2012 Olympic Games and is a regular face on the red carpet and at awards ceremonies. She presented Rihanna with her first Oyster card!
Lucrezia Millarini Net worth
Lucrezia has not made her net worth public. This information will soon be updated.
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Dancing On Ice’s Lucrezia Millarini wants a ‘Gemma Collins’ moment on the show – but is scared of smashing her face on the ice
DANCING on Ice star Lucrezia Millarini wants a ‘Gemma Collins moment’ on the show – but she’s not sure she wants to break the ice and go hurtling face-first like the Towie legend.
The stunning ITN journalist will swap the newsroom for the ice rink in January where she will battle it out with the likes of Michael Barrymore and Maura Higgins to win the 2020 series.
Lucrezia, 43, is longing for a ‘GC moment’ to break the internet like the Towie legend – but without the injuries, Gemma had when she went hurtling across the ice while skating with her pro partner Matt Evers.
In an exclusive chat with the Sun Online, she said: “We all want a GC moment in our own way.
“But not that moment. It was great. Good on her for doing it. You know what, I’ll never laugh at anyone for falling over because that’s bad karma.
“We are all probably going to fall over at some point it’s a given. It’s going to happen. Hopefully not during the live performances though.”
Dancing on Ice fans were stunned after Gemma suffered a horror fall during a live show in January.
The reality TV star fell flat on her face during her performance to Celina Dion’s It’s All Coming Back to Me Now, before jumping straight back up and winning her highest score from the judges.
She suffered painful knee injuries and was in a wheelchair for a few days.
She was back stronger than ever the following week and the video went viral – even making Gemma and Matt household names in LA after fans of the show recognized them from Gemma’s fall.
Lucrezia spoke about the moment she got snapped up for the hit ITV show.
She said: “I was actually at a friend’s wedding in the summer and I got a call from my agent letting me know it’s happening. She said: ‘You’d better get your skates on.’
“As soon as the official announcement went up I was actually in a meeting at work and my phone just started to go crazy.
“My work colleagues have been very supportive. They thought it was funny to do an announcement live on air. So they presented me with a pair of padded knickers. Bum support – they thought I might fall over and need it. So cheers guys. Not very sexy.”
Lucrezia will be fangirling over Maura Higgins from Love Island too.
She said: “I’ve got so many people coming up to me and going ‘OMG, Maura is doing it.’ So yes, I’ll make friends with Maura from Love Island so my friends can live vicariously through that.
“I’m very excited to be meeting H from Steps, he’d be fun. I’m hoping he’s going to be teaching me some dance moves.
“Lisa George from Corrie will be amazing, and Michael Barrymore – well he’s a TV legend. He’s going to be making a TV comeback so it will be really great talking to him.”
Meanwhile Dancing On Ice has confirmed Trisha Goddard as the final contestant to join the 2020 line-up as she admitted she signed up after meeting one of the professionals while drunk.
The 61-year-old TV veteran signed on the dotted line last week after being in talks for months.
Though she’s one of the older contestants, Trisha made it clear that she is more than capable on the ice.
She told Good Morning Britain: “I like physical activity every day. I bike ride, I weight train, I learned to ski at 37, how to roller blade at 42, and running at 42. And I’m 62 in December.”
This year sees John Barrowman joins Torvill and Dean and Ashley Banjo on the panel.
Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby once again return to present the show.
Source: The Sun
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