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Steph McGovern’s Height, Weight, Shoe Size and Body Measurements

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Biography - A Short Wiki

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Steph McGovern is a British journalist and television presenter, best known for her work on BBC Breakfast. She is also notable for her work on Pocket Money Pitch, Shop Well for Less?, Watchdog, Have I Got News For You, and Made in Great Britain. Born Stephanie Rose McGovern on May 31, 1982 in Middlesbrough, United Kingdom, she studied Science Communication and Policy in the Department of Science and Technology Studies at University College London. She began working for BBC’s Tomorrow World programme. On November 8, 2019, McGovern revealed she had given birth to a baby girl.

Body Measurements Table

Look below and behold the body statistics of Steph McGovern. The table covers bra size, height, weight, shoe size, and more!

Body shape:Slim
Dress size:2
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 34-26-34 inches (87-66-87 cm)
Shoe size:8
Bra size: 32B
Cup size: B
Height: 5′8½” (174 cm)
Weight: 128 pounds (58 kg)
Natural breasts or implants: Unknown

Quotes

I remember early in my career people telling me I needed to change my accent, that I needed to sound more professional, more BBC perhaps, but I think if I wasn’t from Middlesbrough I wouldn’t have done as well as I have.

Steph McGovern

If it’s a healthy day, I’ll head to the gym, then have a steak salad at the cafe next door.

Steph McGovern

I’ve had tweets questioning whether I really did go to university because surely I would have lost my accent if I did; a letter suggesting, very politely, that I get correction therapy; and an email saying I should get back to my council estate and leave the serious work to the clever folk.

Steph McGovern

There are a lot of women who do a similar job to me who are paid a hell of a lot more… who are a lot posher than me.

Steph McGovern

There’s a common problem: if a kid is not good at exams, they often think they are not skilled. Yet many of them do have the skills employers are looking for – but often we don’t show them that, or teach them how to develop them, or celebrate them.

Steph McGovern

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