Lewis Vaughan Jones Bio, Wiki, Age, Deaf, Baby, BBC News, Wife, Salary, Net Worth

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Lewis Vaughan Jones Bio, Wiki

Lewis Vaughan Jones is a British news presenter who works on BBC News and BBC World based in the United Kingdom. Before joining BBC News, he worked as a Correspondent for ITV News, based in the Midlands. He as well worked for ITV’s Wales Tonight and London Tonight.

Lewis Vaughan Jones Age

Being a very private person Lewis has managed to keep details of his/her age off the limelight. We will be sure to update you once this information is available to us.

Lewis Vaughan Jones Height

His actual height has yet to be revealed, but it will be updated as soon as his body measurements are released.

Lewis Vaughan Jones Family

Vaughan is a very private person when it comes to his personal details. Thus he has not disclosed any details on his family. We will be sure to update you once this information is available to us.

Lewis Vaughan Jones Wife, Hannah Vaughan Jones

Lewis is a married man. He is married to Hannah Vaughan Jones. Not much is known about their love life. We as well don’t know when they met nor when they tied the knot. Lewis is a simple person who likes to keep his personal matters way from the public hence making it difficult to trace his love life. Lewis’s wife. Hannah is as well a journalist working for CNN. She previously worked for Sky News.

Lewis Vaughan Jones Wedding

Lewis and Hannah have not disclosed when they exchanged their vows. However, the couple e said in an interview that they had been childless for six years before welcoming their first child in 2019. This means that they tied the knot in around 2012 or 2013. We are yet to verify this information.

Lewis Vaughan Jones Baby

Lewis and Hannah have been blessed with one son named Sonny whose real name is Matheson Calon Tallett Vaughan Jones. They welcomed Sonny in December 2019. The journey towards his birth was a tough one. Lewis and Hannah celebrated their best Christmas ever in 2019. This was after welcoming Sonny. The couple had been childless for almost six years before Sonny came into their lives. The couple has spent almost £80,000 on treatments in their desperate bid to become parents.

The pair said that they had almost lost hope of ever having children of their own. However, their battle finally paid off after Hannah gave birth to a baby boy at the end of 2019. Hannah said on social media that they had been through a lot and have gone through many years of heartache. The couple had been very public about it for the past three years or so. In the years before it was very private and painful for them. There was a lot of shame involved which anyone going through infertility will be familiar with.

This was the last embryo they had been left. They would occasionally send it off for testing but the results came back inconclusive, They thought it was not going to work at all. But they would come this far, so they made the decision to put the embryo back in and, unbelievably, it grew to become Sonny. The couple posted a picture of their little boy and wrote:

‘Figured it was a pretty quiet news day so what better time to break some news: Introducing Matheson “Sonny” Vaughan Jones. He’s perfect in every way and the most beautiful human in the history of humankind. We Are A Family.’

Lewis said that they spent around £80,000 on private treatments after having one free round on the NHS. His wife, Hannah said that they had been through so much disappointment and were emotionally ready to move forward with our lives. When the pregnancy came positive she could not believe it. They, however, didn’t allow themselves s to get too excited in the first 12 weeks or so until they had the viability scans. There was much huge relief when they said the growth and development was fine. Hannah gave birth to 8lb Sonny via C-section.

Lewis Vaughan Jones Deaf

Lewis lost the hearing in his left ear. He received messages of support after his first appearance on air with a hearing aid. He feared his career presenting the news on the BBC and ITN was over. This was after doctors told him the hearing loss was permanent. This was one of his darkest moments in life. Jones spoke of his embarrassment in social situations as well as the difficulties of coming to terms with a hearing aid. Jones had good hearing all his life until he got a cold several months ago. He, therefore, couldn’t hear in one ear.

After visiting a doctor, it was found out that his left eardrum was no longer working and the nerve which takes sound to the brain had given up. Jones walked out of the hospital completely bamboozled after the doctors told him the sudden hearing loss and the tinnitus were permanent. ones said his situation had left him frustrated and embarrassed before being fitted with a hearing aid.

Jones also described how he used to fake a smile and nod along when spending time with friends and family. He felt unable to engage as though he was missing out. His hearing aid has been of great impact and has allowed him to get back to work. However, his return to the screen was a noisy one as he can hear the director and correspondents through an earpiece in his right ear and an amplified, distorted version of his own voice through the hearing aid in his left. He said they got used to wearing a hearing aid did not come easy. He was self-conscious about it.

Lewis Vaughan Jones Salary

His annual salary is estimated to range between $ 100,000 – $ 500,000.

Lewis Vaughan Jones Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which he has earned through his career as a journalist.


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