Jennifer Bond – born 19 August 1950 – is a journalist and television presenter.
In 1977, Bond moved to BBC radio, producing and editing.
She was also a producer on Woman’s Hour, Tuesday Call, International Assignment and for various television documentaries.
In 1985, Bond became a radio news reporter and in 1988 she began to report for television, both for the BBC.
She became a royal correspondent, which was to bring her to public attention, in 1989.
During the 1990s she combined her reporting with several presentational roles – regularly fronting Breakfast News, the BBC One O’Clock News and the BBC Six O’Clock News.
Bond held the position as royal correspondent until she left the BBC in the summer of 2003.
In 1982 Bond married James W. Keltz. They have one daughter, born in 1990 and live in East Prawle, Devon.
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