Who is Sally Bundock and where is she on BBC Breakfast?

BBC Breakfast presenter Sally Bundock was inundated with welfare after she shared a series of photos of her hospital bed on 4 April 2022.

The BBC star has been absent from her morning sessions for the past six weeks – find out why here.


BBC host Sally BundockCredit: Twitter

Who’s Sally Bundock?

Sally Bundock is a 50 year old British financial journalist and presenter.

Born in 1972, she was educated at Robert Smyth School and completed an undergraduate degree in public administration at the Polytechnic of Wales.

She then moved to London and received a postgraduate degree in journalism from City University London.

In 2002, she joined the business team at the BBC and has presented the early morning edition of World Business Report on BBC One, BBC News Channel and BBC World News for the past 20 years.

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Why is she not currently on BBC Breakfast?

Bundock is not on BBC Breakfast currently by restoring leg surgery.

On April 4, 2022, she shared a photo to her Twitter followers of herself who appears to be in a hospital room wearing a mask, with the caption: Here we go – in the hands of a great team at the NHS.

They need to repair my ACL, MCL and meniscus. Apparently my knee looks shabby, so they can stimulate that as well. “

The journalist gave a second update with a photo of herself in a hospital gown with her leg marked for surgery with the caption: “Thank you for all the best wishes …. Soon I will be in deep sleep.”

On 14 May, the BBC star posted a photo of herself outside the hospital with a cast on her leg and on crutches with the caption: “Recovery: Week 2 done. 4 more weeks of leg brace at all times, even in bed.”

It is currently unknown when Bundock will return to work, but judging by her Tweets, it looks like it will not be at least another four weeks.

What is Sally known for?

Bundock began providing business news in the mid-1990s when she worked for Bloomberg.

She has covered many important events, including World Economic Forums, G7 conferences and historic EU Summits.

In 2007, she became a BBC news business anchor for the morning news slot and often featured with Jonathan Charles or David Jessel.

She has also presented World Business Report which launched in 2001, World News Today: Business Edition, which later became Business Live in 2015, and Worklife in 2019, of which she is still the main presenter.

Since 2017, she has been the morning anchor solo anchor aimed at European, Middle Eastern and African audiences.

Is she married and has children?

The journalist married Paul Bundock in 1999 in Market Harborough, Leicestershire.

Unfortunately, he died in June 2017 from a rare form of cancer called carcinoid tumors.

On October 13, 2020, Bundock responded to a tweet with the question of whether she was married or engaged answered: “engaged.”

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It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

Bundock has three sons and lives in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire.

Who is Sally Bundock and where is she on BBC Breakfast?

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