Sarah Vine Bio, Age, Wiki, Net Worth, Daughter, Weight Loss, Height, Family, Husband, Career

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Sarah Vine Biography and Wiki

Sarah Vine is a United Kingdom columnist. She has been a columnist for the tabloid newspaper Daily Mail since 2013. She previously worked as an art editor for The New York Times.

Sarah Vine Education

Vine attended Hammersmith and West London Comprehensive School, Holland Park School, and Lewes Technical College near Brighton. Vine attended University College London to study modern languages.

Sarah Vine Age

She is 55 years old as of  2022. She was born Sarah Rosemary Vine on 16 April 1967 in Wales, United Kingdom.

Sarah Vine Height and Measurements

Her height is not yet disclosed. However, details about her other body measurements will be updated as soon as possible. ALSO READ: Taylor Swift

Sarah Vine Family and Parents

Sarah Rosemary Vine was born on April 16, 1967, in Wales, United Kingdom. Her only sibling is her younger brother, who lives in Madrid, Spain. When she was five years old, her family relocated to Italy, first to Rome and then to Frascati. She claims to have returned to the United Kingdom when she was 16 years old.

Sarah Vine Husband and Daughter

Vine married Michael Gove, a future Conservative MP and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, in 2001. They met while she was the arts editor and he was the comments editor at The Times. They have two children: a son and a daughter. Vine’s goddaughter is one of former Prime Minister David Cameron’s daughters.

Sarah Vine Weight Loss

Details regarding her weight loss are currently not yet available. Her exact body weight is still under review and will be updated once confirmed publicly.

Sarah Vine Net Worth

Sarah has an estimated net worth is $1 Million.

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Sarah Vine Career

Following graduation, Vine worked as a customer service representative for Hobbs Ltd. She previously worked as a TV listings sub for the Daily Mirror and as a features editor for the magazine Tatler before joining The Times. She was promoted to arts editor at that newspaper. She and Rosemary Davidson co-wrote The Great Big Glorious Book for Girls in 2007. She worked as a columnist for The Times for 15 years before joining the Daily Mail, a tabloid publication, in 2013. At the 2019 Society of Editors’ Press Awards, she was named Columnist of the Year – Popular in 2018. In November 2014, she wrote a column criticizing food writer and activist Jack Monroe for mentioning David Cameron’s son’s death. in 2009 in one of a series of tweets criticizing Cameron.

Vine then questioned Monroe’s decision to have a child, implying that it contributed to her own impoverishment. Monroe called the article “homophobic, transphobic, deadnaming, ignorant, and generally ghastly lies.” During the 2015 UK general election, Vine used her column to criticize Labour Party leader Ed Miliband, his wife, and their “forlorn little kitchen.” In the same column, she stated that her own kitchen was “10 years old” and that the “hob has many knobs missing.” In the UK referendum on EU membership in 2016, she voted to leave the EU. On June 28, she leaked to the press a private email intended for Gove and his closest advisers to a member of the public.