Black Mirror Charlie Brooker’s Wife Konnie Huq

Konnie Huq

Konnie Huq is the lovely wife of British screenwriter/producer/TV presenter Charlie Brooker -known as the creator of TV series, Black Mirror.

Konnie’s hubby who is also a broadcast journalist, was well stablished in the UK but gained major notoriety as the co-creator of Black Mirror which first aired in 2011.

Born March 3, 1971; Brooker attended the University of Westminster, but did not graduate. He’s written for Channel 4’s The 11 O’Clock Show, and for Chris Morris’s Brass Eye. With Morris, he wrote the hilarious series Nathan Barley. The Wipe shows followed – Screenwipe and Newswipe.

But enough about Charlie, did you know that he’s been happily married for years?

Konnie Huq

Konnie Huq, a fellow presenter and TV personality, dated Charlie for around nine months before becoming engaged. The two met while working together on an episode of Screenwipe.

They have been married since July 2010. They tied the knot at the famous Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas.

Since their nuptials the couple has welcomed two children. Konnie Huq gave birth to first child, son Covey in 2012. The couple’s second son, Huxley was born in 2014.

Konnie Huq was born July 17, 1975 in London. She is the daughter of Bangladeshi parents, Roshan Ara Huq and Mohammed Huq -also the parents to Konnie’s sisters, Rupa and Nutun.

She studied economics at Robinson College, Cambridge. After university, she chose a career in the media. Huq is widely known for her work on a popular BBC children’s program called Blue Peter. At the time of her departure she was noted as the longest-serving female presenter on the show.

In the early 2000s, she hosted such television programs as UK Top 40 and Top of the Pops. In 2010, she also hosted an ITV2 reality series called The Xtra Factor.

In recent times, the spouse and mother of two has been spending her time working on The Penguin Podcast. According to The Sun, she’s interviewed some pretty famous authors for the podcast including McFly’s Tom Fletcher, Jojo Moyes, and Carlo Rovelli.