Deborah Hayne’s age might be in the mid-30s.
Deborah Hayne is a British journalist who works for Sky News. Hayne previously worked at The Times as their Iraq correspondent and defense editor. Deborah’s most notable work includes documenting the aftermath, and threats people in Iraq faces since British troops left Iraq.
Deborah Haynes Husband And Son Details
Deborah Hayne’s son is Charlie. He is four-years-old and went viral in July 2020, during the COVID-19 lockdown. While in a live broadcast interview, Charlie entered the room Deborah was in and asked for two biscuits, reports The Guardian.
The details about Deborah Hayne’s husband are private. Deborah rarely talks about her husband or family to the media.
Haynes’s Presence On Twitter
Deborah Hayne’s Twitter account was created in October 2010. The account is verified and has more than 50.2k followers.
Ok, so (thanks to my mum for sharing) this was me aged 4 with my first experience of news (how it started) & this is me now, well last July to be precise, with a 4-year-old having his first experience of news (how it’s going)… pic.twitter.com/LuS71HLb0y
— Deborah Haynes (@haynesdeborah) January 29, 2021
Deborah is pretty active on the platform as she 10.8k tweets, most of which are related to her work. Her Twitter bio gives out her email address for people to write to her.
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Some Fun Facts About Deborah Haynes
- The details about Deborah Haynes’s salary are not disclosed by the network or Deborah herself. Haynes rarely talks about her earnings and net worth in the media.
- Deborah went to the University of Cardiff, where she graduated with a law degree. Haynes earned a degree in Japanese as well.
- Haynes is active on Instagram, but her account is private as of now.
- One can read about Deborah’s bio and career details on her Wikipedia page as well as a couple of Wiki-bio pages.
- She left her job at The Times to join Sky News in 2018. Deborah relaced the famous journalist Sam Kiley for the position of Foreign Affairs editor.
- Haynes is an award-winning journalist who won an Amnesty International UK Media Awards and Bevins Prize. In 2011, the University of Salford, Manchester awarded Deborah with an honorary degree.