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() BBC's Emily Maitlis says she and her husband are 'like ships that pass in the night' as she reveals the toll her high-flying career has on family life Emily Maitlis admits her high-flying career has had an effect on her family life The star became the lead presenter on the BBC's Newsnight in back in March She met husband Mark Gwynne, 53, at a party while working in Hong Kong

By Alisha Rouse Showbusiness Correspondent For The Daily Mail

Published: 00:01 BST, 2 September 2019 | Updated: 00:01 BST, 2 September 2019

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The Cambridge-educated star became the lead presenter on Newsnight in March alongside an all-female presenting team including Kirsty Wark and Emma Barnett. But her success has come at a price

The Cambridge-educated star became the lead presenter on Newsnight in March alongside an all-female presenting team including Kirsty Wark and Emma Barnett. But her success has come at a price

As one of the BBC’s top political broadcasters, Emily Maitlis is never far from our screens – but her success has come at a price.

The Newsnight presenter, a mother of two, has admitted her high-flying career in current affairs has had an effect on her family life, and that she and her husband are

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