Anya Reeve is a TV camerawoman and campaigner who came into the limelight as a celebrity wife. Anya is the wife of English author & well-known television presenter Simon Reeve.
|Caption: Picture of Anya Reeve with her husband Simon (Photo: Daily Express)|
Parents of Anya Reeve
Anya Reeve is the daughter of parents David Courts a renowned jeweler while her mother is Danish. But limited information about her siblings, early life, and education. Having British nationality, Anya is of mixed ethnicity. Also, she has to hide her birth date.
Married Life of Anya Reeve
About Anya Reeve Husband
- Anya's husband's full name is Simon Alan Reeve born on 21 July 1972.
- He is a well-known television presenter popular for his travel documentaries who is an English author as well.
- Simon became a BBC television series presenter for Tropic of Cancer, Equator, and Tropic of Capricorn.
- Some of his books are The New Jackals in 1998, One Day in September in 2000, and Tropic of Capricorn in 2007.
- Simon won the One World Broadcasting Trust Award and then Ness Award from the Royal Geographical Society in the year 2012.
What's Anya Reeve Net Worth?
What is the Height of Anya Reeve?
- Anya Reeve Height: 177 cm or 5 feet 10 inches tall
- Anya Reeve Weighs: 134 pounds or 61 kg
- Hair: Dark Brown color
- Eye: Hazel color
Where Does Anya Reeve Live with Her Family?
“I miss London loads. I was born and bred there. “I moved to Dartmoor six years ago, mainly because my wife slightly forced me. “It was a chance to do the middle-class midlife thing of making a go of it somewhere remote. “It’s a bit testing but my lad loves it. He has a bush craft knife, a large dog and lots of space. I can’t take that away from him.”
|Caption: Picture of Anya Reeve's husband Simon Reeve (Photo: The Mirror)|
Also, he added in an interview
“Everybody needs to be pushed out of their comfort zone. “Otherwise, you don’t feel alive. But to get out of situations in places, I’ve claimed sickness, religious faith, cultural requirements or a sudden limp. “In the Caucasus mountains, people were physically pushing me to do the first dance at a wedding. “It was a very uncomfortable moment. I don’t dance and I’m not starting at a bloody wedding.”