Sky News presenter Isabel Webster has announced she is leaving Sky News.
“After 10 FAB years at @SkyNews I am off on new adventures,” Webster posted on Twitter.
“You’ll find me on the airwaves in a few weeks time – watch this space! And I have some projects I’m excited to share with you soon…
“First, a quick family holiday! Back soon.”
Webster began her career as a presenter and reporter for local, regional, and national BBC News before joining Sky News in 2011.
She joined Sky as their West of England Correspondent in 2011, before joining Sky News’ Breakfast programme Sunrise in 2014, replacing Charlotte Hawkins.
Isabel left Sunrise in December 2017, but continued to work for Sky News presenting various shifts including Sky News at Ten and Sky News Today during holidays and absence.
?Some personal news?
After 10 FAB years at @skynews I am off on new adventures..
You’ll find me on the airwaves in a few weeks time – watch this space!
And I have some projects I’m excited to share with you soon… ??
First, a quick family holiday!
Back soon ??? pic.twitter.com/AEUuxnaJYe
— Isabel Webster (@IsabelWebster_) May 24, 2021
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