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Mollie King, Biography, Age, Family, Education, Net Worth and Career.

Mollie King Biography

Mollie Elizabeth King is an English singer-songwriter, television and radio presenter and model. She is best known for being a member of girl group The Saturdays. As part of the Saturdays, King has had thirteen top-ten and eight top-five singles. Including the UK no.1, hit What About Us on the UK Singles Chart. five top-ten albums on the UK Albums Chart.

In 2015, King signed a solo deal with Island Records. On 7 August 2017 however, King is the first contestant announced for that year’s series of BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing. He partnered with AJ Pritchard. As of 2017, King’s net worth stands at £1.5 million.

On 10 April 2018, King joined Matt Edmondson to co-host a show for BBC Radio. This took place on 1 beginning in June on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Since 2018, King has been one of the main relief presenters on This Morning.

Mollie King Age

King was born on 4th June 1987 in Wandsworth, London, England. she has a height of 5ft 4inches1.63m) and a weight of 55kg(121lbs).

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She is the youngest of three daughters born to Susan and Stephen King. Mollie has two sisters, Ellen and Laura Ann. In January 2010, it was announced that King was in a relationship with Lawson member Andy Brown. They broke up in February 2011.


Mollie King Education

She attended Surbiton High School, in Kingston-upon-Thames, London. King had a successful ski career. She was on the Surbiton High Ski team with fellow pupil Chemmy Alcott. King was a member of the British Children’s Ski Team. This led to her receiving a scholarship to the British Ski Academy.

Mollie King Net worth

King’s net worth stands at £1.5 million as of 2019.

Mollie King Career


King appeared in a number of episodes of Hollyoaks Later, along with Frankie Sandford. As a part of The Saturdays, she has appeared in BBC series Myths. King has appeared in two episodes of the bebo-based online show Sam King portraying herself as an ex-girlfriend. King also appeared on The King is Dead on BBC Three and Never Mind the Buzzcocks in 2010. Along with her bandmates, King appeared on Ghosthunting with… where they look for paranormal activity.

She also appeared in a Reality TV show with her bandmates, known as The Saturdays: 24/7. On the show, The Saturdays performed exclusive tracks. In early 2013, The Saturdays appeared in another reality TV documentary about their lives, Chasing The Saturdays. The program followed the girls as they tried to break into the American market. After signing with Island Def Jam Records and Mercury Records. The show aired in on TV network on Sunday nights.


The US premiere received 914,000 viewers. Upon its premiere in the UK, the show received 72,000 views and became the networks most watched show of the week. In October 2013, King appeared as a panelist on an episode of Through the Keyhole. On 28 June 2014, King appeared, with The Saturdays, and competed in a celebrity edition TV show The Cube. She got up to the final round but did not continue and won £100,000 for her chosen charity, the British Heart Foundation.

She was partnered with AJ Pritchard. On 10 December 2017, King was eliminated from the show’s semi-final. Mollie guest presented the children’s television show Blue Peter on 8 January 2018 in place of usual host Radzi Chinyanganya. In January 2018, she stood in for Dan Wootton for a week on breakfast show Lorraine with the entertainment news. Throughout August she presented This Morning alongside a variety of co-presenters including Ben Shephard, Matt Edmondson, and Mark Wright and is now the senior female relief presenter on the show.