Cameron Oskar George Turnbull, Ulrika Jonsson’s Son

Cameron Oskar George Turnbull was born in the year 1994 and is 28 years old as of 2022. He is known as the son of Swedish-British television presenter and model Eva Ulrika Jonsson also known as Ulrika Jonsson. Cameron Turnbull prefers to live a private life away from the media as much is unavailable about his life on the internet.

Cameron Oskar George Turnbull:Profile Summary

NameCameron Oskar George Turnbull
Famous asUlrika Jonsson’s Son
Age28 years old as of 2022
BornOct 1994
ParentsJohn Turnbull, Ulrika Jonsson
SiblingsBo Kempen, Martha Gerrard-Wright, Malcolm Monet
GrandparentsBo Jonsson, Gun Brodie
AuntLinda Olssen

Cameron Turnbull’s mother has been married three times and has four children. She married Cameron’s father John Turnbull, a cameraman in the year 1990, with who he had a son Cameron Oskar George Turnbull born in 1994, however, they got separated in 1995. She dated footballer Stan Collymore but their relationship also ended. She went on to date German hotel manager, Marcus Kempen but their relationship ended and they have a daughter who was born in the year 2000. Ulrika Jonsson also had an affair with Sven-Göran Eriksson, then manager of England’s football team, and that relationship also ended. She later married Lance Gerrard-Wright in August 2003 and they divorced in October 2006. They have one daughter who was born in 2004. She then got married to her third husband, American advertising executive Brian Monet, in March 2008 and they also announced their divorce in April 2019. They also have a son born in 2008.

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Cameron Turnbull’s mother rose to fame as a TV-am weather presenter and a presenter of the ITV show Gladiators, and as a team captain of the BBC, Two show Shooting Stars. She was born on 16 August 1967 in Sollentuna, Sweden. She is of Swedish, British nationality and an actress, Tv presenter, journalist, and novelist by occupation.

Ulrika Jonsson, the mother of Cameron Turnbull worked as a secretary after which she began her television career on TV-am in 1989, as a weather presenter on Good Morning Britain, and was the weather presenter for Swedish TV3, broadcasting from London. She was the co-presenter with Richard Cartridge of BBC One’s short-lived daytime quiz show Who’s Bluffing Who?. She later moved into mainstream presenting and was the host of many shows. She hosted shows such as ITV’s Gladiators, The National Lottery Draws – plus two major international broadcasts, the Eurovision Song Contest in 1998 and Miss World in 1999. She was also a team captain on the BBC TV quiz show Shooting Stars.

As a model, Ulrika Jonsson modeled for Playtex Lingerie. She interviewed the then British Prime Minister John Major for the BBC 2 program, The Enormous Election, and also interviewed the then Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown, for her program Ulrika in Euroland. She became the subject of a Channel 4 documentary, Ulrika Jonsson: the Truth About Men.

Ulrika returned to Sweden and was offered a role as hostess of the Miss Sweden beauty pageant by the Swedish television network TV3.She was a participant on the BBC’s Comic Relief Does Fame Academy and appeared with four other celebrities on Channel 4’s daytime show Come Dine with Me. She took part with 10 other celebrities in the ITV reality TV show Dancing on Ice, where she was partnered with Pavel Aubrecht. She had previous skating experience in her native Sweden and was expected to go far in the event but finished 9th after being beaten in the skate-off by Kay Burley during week 3.

The TV-am weather presenter, Ulrika got to the final of Celebrity MasterChef and was part of Channel 4’s Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins, a second contestant to leave the series but on medical grounds not as the weakest participant. She entered the Big Brother house on 24 August 2010 for Ultimate Big Brother, reaching the final and finishing seventh.

Cameron Turnbull’s mom had her debut novel, The Importance of Being Myrtle, a novel which focuses on relationships, published by the Penguin Group on 1 September 2011 and wrote in her autobiography that an anonymous Tv presenter raped her in her initial TV career.

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