Kate Giles, popularly known as Kate Abdo is an English journalist and a presenter. She kept her last name Abdo only after marrying German businessman, Ramtin Abdo. She is more known as a sports journalist for both Germany’s DW-TV channel and the United States’ CNN network. In 2017, Kate joined the Fox News and also hosts distinct programs on Fox Sport mainly Champions League and Europa League Coverage.
Kate Abdo was born on September 8, 1981, in Manchester, England, the United Kingdom under the birth sign Virgo. So as of 2019, she is currently 37 years. She belongs to British nationality and holds the Caucasian ethnicity.
Kate grew up along with her brother (sibling) in her hometown. Likewise, her mother is a Liverpool supporter whereas her brother and father are Manchester United along with herself.
Comparatively, she studied at Withington Girls’ School. Later she graduated from the University of Salford with honors and earns a degree in European Languages. She confidently speaks English, Spanish, French, and German.
The 37 years, Kate Abdo is in a marital relationship with Ramtin Abdo. The couple tied the knot in 2010 in a private ceremony. Only her families, relatives, and close friends were invited to her wedding. As a matter of fact, the couple dated for a few months before tying up the knot.
They have been in a marital relationship for a long time and still, the couple is going strong. Recently, she resides with her family and husband. Once there was a rumor of her divorce, later, she denied the allegations.
Ramtin Abdo is a business personality who is involved in real estates business. As of now, he is the CEO of Ina ventures GmbH. He is also the co-founder of SMAP. He came to the limelight after marrying TV personality, Kate Abdo.
Kate earns an impressive amount with her journalism career. As per some sites, she earns an average $79,094 salary per annually. As a journalist from the UK, she is paid around £25,000. Her net worth is estimated to be $1.5 million.
Kate started her acting career as an anchor, in the World Sports program in London. Before joining CNN in 2009, she broadcasts at DW-TV, a German TV channel. Later, she conducts profitable meetings with some of international football’s all-time greats, including Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Manuel Neuer, and Pep Guardiola.
In July 2013, she hosted Sports News in the United Kingdom. On Sky Sports, she too hosted big events Kate Abdolike Coppa Italia. Furthermore, Abdo FIFA Ballon d’Or 2014 ceremony in January 2015. Currently, she joined the Fox news and also hosts distinct programs on Fox Sport mainly Champions League and Europa League coverage.
Abdo is quite active on social media. She has more than 156K followers on her Twitter account. Likewise, Kate has around 57k followers on her Instagram account.