Tom Parker Bowles Net Worth
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|Date of Birth:||1974 December 18|
|First Name||Tom Parker|
|Aka||Tom Parker Bowles, Thomas Henry Charles Parker Bowles|
|Age:||48 years old|
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Tom Parker Bowles represent himself as a British Food Writer and food critic. The foodie master is known for winning the Guild of Food Writers 2010 and co-authoring five cookbooks. Besides, he is popular for appearing in numerous food series as a judge. While he has been providing reviews of restaurant meals all around the UK and overseas including GQ, Esquire, and The Mail on Sunday.
Despite of linking with the Royal family, he has gained huge success in creating his own name and fame. Though his net worth has not been revealed yet, there’s no doubt that he is playing in millions. Recalling the early days, he started his career as a junior publicist for Dennis Davidson Associates public relations firm in 1997. Furthermore, he was associated with Quintessentially Group and became the Tatler’s food columnist in 2001. In addition, he engaged himself from 2002 to present days as the food critic and broadcaster for a weekly column in The Mail on Sunday. Apart, he successfully handled positions such as Contributing Editor at GQ, Food Editor at Esquire, Editor at Four and Pomp. Besides, he has been pretty active in the TV sector from the year 2007. He has co-presented Market Kitchen on Good Food Channel, LBC Radio’s Food and Drink Programme, Food Glorious Food at ITV and The Hot Plate on Channel Nine. Likewise, he first published his cookbook E Is For Eating in 2004. And he released his sixth book in October 2016, named Fortnum & Mason: The Cook Book. With such huge endeavors, he likes to keep rolling the money. In the contrary, he launched a pork scratchings snack named Mr. Trotter’s Great British Pork Crackling in 2011. Collaborating along with his friend Matthew Fort and Baron Rupert Ponsonby, they later launched Mr. Trotter’s Chestnut Ale, a beer brand in 2013. In the same year, he became the director of Green’s Restaurant and Oyster Bar in London, originally established in 1982 by his uncle Simon Parker Bowles.
Born on 1974, December 18 in London, England as Thomas Henry Charles Parker Bowles, he grew up at Bolehude Manor in Allington. Bowles is the son of Andrew Parker Bowles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. While he is in the line of succession to the Earldom of Macclesfield. Parker went to Summer Fields prep school in Oxford and attended Heywood Preparatory School in Corsham in 1980.
Just like his professional life, this man serves himself as the masters of personal life. After dating for over five years, he tied his knot with Sara Buys on September 10, 2005. Sara Buys is a fashion editor at Harpers & Queen magazine, while their wedding took place at St. Nicholas Anglican Church in Rotherfield Greys, Oxfordshire. The happy couple share two children, Lola (2007) and Freddy (2010).
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