On Sunday, June 22, 1952, Alastair was born in England under the sign of Cancer to a Scottish father from Invergarry and an English mother. His parents were both employed by the Royal Air Force. Aelred Stewart, Iain Stewart, and Stephen Stewart are his siblings.
Mr. Stewart received his degrees from the University of Bristol in politics and economics. Stewart attended a variety of colleges, including Salesian College in Farnborough, Hampshire in England, Madras College in St. Andrews, Fife in Scotland, and St. Augustine's Abbey School in Ramsgate, Kent.
Beginning in 1974, Mr. Stewart spent two years working with the National Union of Students. Stewart's career began in 1976 in Southampton with Southern Television, a subsidiary of ITV in the south of England. Before being slain in 1979, Stewart spent six weeks in Ford Open Prison filming a half-hour documentary.
In 1980, Stewart became the first British television correspondent to broadcast live from Kuwait City, which had just been liberated. Stewart has produced a documentary as well. On December 28, 2014, he produced the ITV program titled Unbelievable Moments: Caught on Camera.
Since 2016, Stewart has served as the primary presenter of the ITV Lunchtime News. Additionally, he served as an anchor for ITV News Specials, including the 2016 coverage of the United Kingdom's referendum on EU membership.
Mr. Stewart's net worth is projected to be $1.1 million as of 2022, although it is unknown what his salary is.
Alastair James Stewart, a correspondent for Channel 4 News, is married. His longtime partner Sally Ann Jung is his wife. The wedding took place on April 8, 1978. Freddie Stewart, Clemmie Stewart, Oscar Stewart, and Alexander Stewart are their four blessings.
There are no reports of his adulterous relationship or divorce.
The writer weighs in at a healthy average weight and stands at 5 feet 6 inches tall. His eyes are dark, and his hair appears to be white.
Mr. Stewart doesn't appear to be on any social media platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.