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Romilly Sarah Weeks
15 December 1973
After a career in acting, Weeks went into broadcast journalism. She has travelled extensively while reporting for ITV News. She was embedded with the British Army during the Second Gulf War, reported from Thailand after the 2004 tsunami, and has covered many royal tours in her role as Royal Correspondent.
In 2003, she became a regular newscaster on the now-defunct ITV News Channel. From 2006, she combined roles as royal correspondent and news presenter for ITV News; until 2008 she was also a occasional presenter for ITV London. In 2009, she became a News Correspondent, and in 2012, was promoted to political correspondent.
- Romilly Weeks on IMDb[unreliable source?]
- Butter, Susannah (28 January 2015). "Chic kebabs! Why London's new posh doners are not for eating at 3am". Evening Standard.
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