|Full Name||Katie Olivia Hopkins|
|Birth Name||Katie Olivia Hopkins|
|Profession||television star, columnist, social critic, and former businesswoman|
|Birth Country||United Kingdom|
|Father Profession||Electrical Engineer|
|No Of Children||3|
|Filmography||More appearing in more than 5 television shows|
|Education||University of Exeter and Royal Military Academy Sandhurst|
|Date of Birth||February 13,1975|
The British television star, columnist, social critic, and former businesswoman, Katie Olivia Hopkins, aka Katie Hopkins, is best known since her appearance in the third series of The Apprentice released in 2007, and later she also got famous for appearing in British national newspapers as a columnist.
Katie Hopkins is among celebrities who rose to fame with her work on media, despite her controversial Twitter ban back in 2017, resulting from her tweets which were against the Twitter norms.
Moreover, she is still active and accessible on other social media sites such as Instagram with over 89.8k followers, and Facebook with over 40k followers.
The controversial comments that led Katie Hopkins Twitter account suspended were on the ground of "hateful conduct" policy. Before her account was banned from Twitter, she had over 1.1 million followers on her statement with a blue "verified" checkmark.
Even the US president, Donald Trump, frequently retweeted her to remind of her tweets, which later on led to the deletion of the account to "keep Twitter safe."
Moreover, In April 2015, Hopkins was massively criticized for her past comments, including comparing immigrants to cockroaches and for sharing an image of a dead Syrian boy lying on a beach. She further ignited haterade in people for stating that people with dementia should not "block" hospital beds.
Recently, she criticized the Black Lives Matter campaign as well as the state's choice to allow free meals to children throughout school holidays, carried out by the Manchester United footballer Marcus Rashford.
As of now, she is still receiving plenty of hate comments on her other social media accounts, on post relating to protestors gathering amidst the London Lockdown claiming it a "Madness."
Katie Hopkins was born on February 13, 1975, in Barnstaple, Devon, England, the United Kingdom to father, Roy Hopkins, who is an electrical engineer and mother, Anona C.O Crowle, a banker.
Katie is the younger of her parents, two daughters. She moved to Bideford, who and studied in a private convent school, where she was engaged in sports and music.
After completing her schooling, she took economics at the 'University Of Exeter' and advanced in the 'Officer's Training Camps' on her weekends.
Then, She joined the 'Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst' and finished her military practice. But sadly, she couldn't catch up with her commission post after she passed out on physical test, due to epilepsy.
Later on, she served at a marketing consultancy in Manhattan, New York, for some years and came back to England in 2005. In September 2006, she started serving as a global brand consultant at Met Office.
Soon after entering the work, the Met Office allowed her an unpaid leave to join in the series 3 of the BBC reality show, 'The Apprentice,' where the participants competed to secure a job with businessman Alan Sugar.
Throughout the show, she was criticized for her comments over her fellow participants. She was also hated for her back-stabbing attacks, and controversial remarks about maternity consent, and overweight people.
Hopkin's left the program before the finals, sighting childcare issues.
After the completion of the show, she was let go from her job at Met Office in June 2007, for reasons such as her failure to meet the criteria of her probationary period and also for selling her story to two newspapers.
The same year, she appeared in comedy panel gameplay, '8 Out of 10 Cats', with guest-appearance in 'Loose women,' and 'The Friday Night Project' as well. Hopkins was also one of the members in 'I'm a Celebrity – Get Me Out Of Here!'.
Moreover, in January 2015, Hopkins was one of the housemates within 'Channel 5' reality television series 'Celebrity Big Brother', where she obtained a second place. She was often quarrelsome and contentious with other participants.
Again in 2015, she appeared in two shows for 'TLC' her first TLC show was 'My Fat Story,' where she gained 19 kg weight but later lost that weight in over six months.
This complete method was shown on camera, stating she also wanted to prove that obesity can be managed. Her other show on TLC was 'If Katie Hopkins Ruled the World', in which its first series was later suspended due to low ratings.
From April 2016, Hopkins also hosted a Sunday morning talk show on a national radio station 'LBC.' But only after a month, on May 26, 2017, following her Twitter comment regarding the 'Manchester Arena Bombing,' where she stated 'we need a final solution,' made the radio station to announce the discontinuation of her services.
Besides this, she also served as a columnist for Exeter publication's Express & Echo. Then, from October 2013, Hopkins also joined 'The Sun' as a weekly columnist.
Till autumn 2015, She served 'The Sun' and then entered 'Mail Online,' the online portal of 'Daily mail.' On October 5, 2017, she penned her last post for 'Mail Online,' as her agreement was not renewed after November 2017. As of now, she is known as 'Britain's most controversial columnist.'
Forty-five years old Katie Hopkins has an estimated net worth of $4 million, as of 2020. She earned such immense wealth being a professional television star, columnist, social critic, and former businesswoman.
Here are some facts relating to Katie's net worth, take a look:
|Estimated Net Worth in 2020(Till June)||+$4 million|
|Last Year's Net Worth (2019)||$4 million|
|Source of Income||television star, columnist, social critic, and former businesswoman(profession)|
As to Katie Hopkins's relationship, she is married to Mark Cross since 2010. In 2006, The duo met while working at the Met Office and started dating in 2007, shortly after Katie making an intro on BBC1 show The Apprentice.
During that time, Katie was newly-divorced to her first hubby Damian McKinney with Mark still was in a seven-year marriage to his first spouse Ruth.
The affair came to spotlight after the pair were detected having sex in a field and made headlines on national newspapers for their inappropriate behavior. Back when the photos of Mark and Katie surfaced in the media, Mark was married to someone else, and Mark's previous wife divorced him on cheating grounds.
Then, Mark and Katie started dating publicly, and he quickly moved together. In 2010, the couple finally got married in a barn on an episode of Celebrity Four Weddings, beside Lizzie Cundy, comic Francine Lewis and ex-popstar David Van Day.
Katie also has two children India, born in 2004, and Poppy, born in 2006 from her first marriage. In 2008, the duo gave birth to a son Max, who now 11 years old.
As of 2020, the couple is enjoying a wonderful time together alongside their children in the United States.
|Height||5 feet 7 inches|
What is Katie Hopkins's nationality?
Katie Hopkins is a British media personality from England.
What is Katie Hopkins's profession?
Katie Hopkins is a television star, columnist, social critic, and former businesswoman by profession.
What is Katie Hopkins's height?
Katie Hopkins has a height of 5 feet, 7 inches /170 cm.