|Date of Birth:||2070 November 28|
|Age:||-53 years old|
|networth||£2 Million Pounds|
Lucy Owen was born as Lucy Cohen on 28th November 1970 in Llandaff, Cardiff, Wales. She was born in an average family, and her father worked as a reporter for a local news channel. He also became a TV show anchor at some part of his life and her mom took care of the house. Besides Lucy, her parents had two other children to take care of. As a child, all three of the siblings attended the local Howell's School in Llandaff and Lucy after completing her school went to Royal Holloway which was affiliated to the University of London and from there, did her major in English.
After her graduation, she started to work in local shops and also did some decoration for some time. Then she got her break to work in TV and gradually earned her spot as a news reader/ anchor. Owen started her TV profession at BBC Radio Wales as a specialist, later advancing to a reporting and co-showing part for a feature program. In 1995, she joined HTV Wales as a newsreader for territorial select outs amid GMTV, and somewhere around 1996 and 2007, she co-introduced Wales Tonight, the local news program on ITV Wales, show from Cardiff. She exhibited on the now outdated ITV News Channel, and was likewise seen securing the fundamental ITV News: Lunchtime News, Evening News and the Weekend News. Owen closed down from her last release of Wales Tonight on Friday 19 October 2007.
In the spurred move, from 5th November 2007 (Monday). Owen started displaying the BBC Wales nightly news program BBC Wales Today, supplanting long-standing moderator Sara Edwards. Incredibly it then became visible that she was following in her late father - Jeff Cohen's - strides as he had filled in as an incidental independent newsreader on Wales Today in 1962 whilst building his bequest organization business. As a consequence of the channel move, Owen additionally went along with her spouse on the group of BAFTA recompense winning X-Ray. Owen is additionally one of eight superstars decided to take an interest in an extraordinary week learning Welsh in an eco-accommodating chic camping area in Pembroke shire in the arrangement cariad@iaith:love4language indicated on S4c in May 2012. This show was created by Fflic and started in 2004. It is a reality TV show, in which people from different part of the world attempt to learn and speak the Welsh language.
In the June of 2004 Lucy was married to fellow worker Rhodri Owen at St Andrew's Church in St Andrews Major. Rhodri who worked as Welsh TV moderator had been dating Lucy for some six months or so before they were wedded. The couple live in Llangan and also in London. In the wake of attempting to have their first child, the couple attempted treatment through IVF. As a result, their son Gabriel was born on the 10th of March 2008 and weighed about 2.3 kgs at the time of birth, as per hospitals record. Known in Wales for her philanthropy work, Owen lives up to expectations with a scope of disease philanthropies, St John Ambulance, and Bobath Children's Therapy Center Wales which gives authority Bobath treatment to youngsters who have cerebral paralysis; she is additionally a minister for the Prince's Trust in Wales.