Hannah Vaughan Jones (nee Tallett) is a presenter on CNN.
Prior to this, Hannah covered some of the biggest breaking news stories during six years at Sky, including the Japanese tsunami, the Arab Spring of 2011, the hunt for missing April Jones in Machynlleth and the Boston Marathon bombings of 2013.
She has also been a senior producer, chief sub writer and acting executive producer across Sky News at Ten, Afternoon Live and Live at Five.
She began her broadcasting career as a reporter for BBC Bristol, before embarking on an year at Russia Today (RT) in Moscow.
Hannah is married to BBC News presenter Lewis Vaughan Jones
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