Jacqui Joseph was born in the early 1960s and will turn 57 years old in 2020.
Because she was born on January 26, in a specific year, her zodiac sign is Aquarius.
Jacqui briefly mentioned her educational background on her website, stating that she studied Fashion Design. Although her LinkedIn page did not contain any additional information.
Jacqui Joseph was born in Jamaica and comes from a family of decorators and design experts. Her father was a decorator and plasterer, and her mother was a seamstress who made their special occasion clothing.
“I didn’t realize it at the time, but they were a source of inspiration and influence for me. My mother taught me to sew, and my father taught me everything from wallpapering to tiling and painting, as well as everything in between!”
Arabella Spinola, Joycelyn Cupid-Phillips, Glenda Clarke, and Corona Joseph are her look-alike sisters. Additionally, Jacqui has a famous actor brother named Paterson Joseph. He is best known for his work on Flux, The Beach, and Neverwhere.
Jacqui had nearly 3,000 followers on each of her Instagram and Facebook accounts, and an additional 13.6K followers on Twitter. Without a doubt, these figures are set to skyrocket now that she is a regular on Homes Under the Hammer.
Jacqui Joseph is 5′ 7″ tall and recently reported to weigh less than 57 kg or 126 lbs.
Obviously, her hair resembled a modern-day perm. Generally, she wore a radiant smile and minimal makeup, accented with earrings and a necklace.
London abode On her Twitter profile, Jacqui Joseph identified herself as a television presenter/producer and interior stylist. She stated that she has always been drawn to interior design and craft.
Indeed, as a presenter and producer, she has previously worked on a variety of popular daytime shows. Some may recall her from the BBC One series Money For Nothing.
And now, as part of her new venture on another BBC One project, she and another newcomer Tommy Walsh, best known for presenting gardening show Ground Force, will share their unique innovative experiences with the existing team.
Since early 2018, she has collaborated with QVC UK. It is owned by Qurate Retail Group and is a free-to-air television network and flagship shopping channel specializing in televised home shopping. Frequently, Jacqui’s social media posts feature leather handbags, cross body bags, purses, and more from QVC, including the must-have MEN’s hold-all, iPad covers, and wallets.
Jacqui Joseph saved over $700,000 in this manner.
Jacqui Joseph estimated Net Worth, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles & many more details have been updated below. Let’s check, How Rich is Jacqui Joseph in 2020 -2021?
|Estimated Net Worth in 2021||$700,000|
|Previous Year’s Net Worth (2020)||$600,000|
|Annual Salary||Under Review.|
|Net Worth Verification Status||Not Verified|
Jacqui Joseph previously revealed on Twitter that her husband Andrew died on New Year’s Day 2018 following an eight-month cancer battle.
After a few weeks of grieving her husband’s death, she explained to her social media family, beginning with, “It’s difficult to keep what I’m about to say brief, but I’ll try…”
She continued, “Andrew was diagnosed with esophageal cancer in April 2017 after undergoing numerous tests, biopsies, scans, X-Rays, and being unable to eat properly. He was fitted with a feeding tube and then underwent three cycles of chemotherapy.”
Jacqui emphasized Andrew was in good health and the chemo was effective, so the lengthy nine-hour operation to remove the tumor was scheduled for September of the following year. However, on the day of surgery, surgeons discovered that dreaded cancer had spread to his liver, and it was in a bad way.
“My husband was so courageous; he never complained, faced the situation head-on, and simply got on with it; of course, he had some bad days….to be expected! He was my valiant, dignified soldier who continued to work for his business during the worst of the illness.”
As a result, he died peacefully at home at the age of 54. Jacqui and her family celebrated “Andrew’s Day” with a ritual at the church in Kensington where they have married over 14 years ago. And, instead of flowers, they requested donations to Macmillan Cancer Support, Pembridge Hospice Home Services, and the Brent District Nurses.
Andrew is survived by his wife Jacqui and one child, Bianca Jade Joseph.
Jacqui has repeatedly hinted at how “exceptional” her daughter is.