Celebrity status does not come easily, it must be accompanied by absolute dedication, hard work and, of course, some innate talent. Such is the success story of Carol Kirkwood, an accomplished weathercaster, skilled dancer and well-known actress.

Carol has been on the BBC payroll since college and currently works as a weather presenter at the Met Office, where she received her training in weather forecasting. She appeared on several shows on the BBC network and received some accolades for her efforts. she won the TRIC Award for Best TV Weather Presenter in 2003, 2008 and 2009 respectively. She also won it from 2012 to 2017. In addition, Carol is the recipient of a major honorary scholarship for her work in broadcasting from HRH Princess Anne in 2015.

His biography

Carol Kirkwood’s first name is Carol MacKellaig; she was born on May 29, 1962, in Morar, Inverness-shire, under the zodiac sign of the celestial twins Gemini. She comes from a large family of eight children owned by Malcolm MacKellaig, a hotelier from Morar. Thanks to her father’s business, she was already proficient in financial literacy and well versed in hotel management during her formative years.

Moving on to her educational background and qualifications, she attended a private school before joining Lochaber High School in Fort William for her secondary education. She then went to Napier College of Commerce and Technology (currently at Edinburgh Napier University), where she completed her business degree.


Carol’s annual income has never been released, however, her net worth has been estimated at $4.5 million by a highly reliable source. Information regarding his real estate and automobiles is currently not accessible.

Is Carol Kirkwood married?

She is currently single but was involved in a marital relationship with former hockey player and cricketer, Jimmy Kirkwood. Their nuptials took place in 1990 and they spent more than two decades of married life without any friction. Unfortunately, in 2008, their marriage, which seemed to be going smoothly, turned the stones upside down and separated. Their divorce was finalized a few years later, but there is no sign of any offspring despite their longtime union.

After she became free from her marriage commitment, Carol Kirkwood began a new relationship with a new lover, although she refused to reveal her identity to the public. She reportedly had a relationship with Steph McGovern, who is her colleague at the BBC, but neither has come forward to confirm or deny that claim.


Even though she’s in her late 50s, Carol looks like someone who knocked 10 years off her age. She is 5-foot-8, but her weight has never been released, likely due to fluctuations in body mass. Her body measurements from bust to hip are summarized as 38-28-39. She wears a dress size of US 10, but her bra size has never been released. Carol Kirkwood flaunts beautiful blonde hair and hazel eyes. Although she is blessed with such an attractive figure, she cares about eating healthy so as not to gain weight. Some time ago, her naked woman photos and videos were published by a trustworthy source, but these publications were considered as fakes.

Where is she?

Currently, Carol Kirkwood works at the metbureau and also on BBC Breakfast, she became part of the BBC secretarial reserve after graduating from university. She briefly left the company when she went to work as a training consultant at a management consulting firm. She returned to the BBC in 1993 through the training department at Elstree Studios as a freelance presenter. She participated in the presentation of a fortnightly program called Talking Issues for HTV West.

In 1996 she was part of the newly launched UK band. After The Weather closed in 1998, Carol trained as a weather broadcaster at the Met Office and joined BBC News as a qualified weather presenter. Since 2008, she has been BBC Breakfast’s main weather presenter. She has performed in several shows including: BBC News, BBC One, BBC World News, BBC News at Six as well as BBC Red Button.

Carol took part in coverage of the BBC Wimbledon Tennis Championships, presenting the live predictions. In 2011 she was co-host on BBC One’s The Great British Weather. The same year she was gone, would I lie to you? – a BBC One television series.