Victoria Hope is a British journalist, published author, and TV and radio host.
Her career began during her university year spent studying abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where at the age of 19, she was hired as a journalist by the independent, English-language expat newspaper The Argentina Independent.
It was also during this time that MTV hired her to host shows for them in Buenos Aires. On Capital FM radio, she was the anchor of the Capital Breakfast program. Hope has worked as a print and radio journalist for ITN and magazines like The Argentina Independent and Marie Claire in addition to presenting.
Hope was presented with the Marie Claire Future Shapers Award for Broadcasting Powerhouse in 2017. She has served as an advocate for Amnesty International and has been a human rights activist since her teenage years.
Vick Hope Parents: Geordie Nigel Hope, Adeline Nwosu
Vick Hope’s mother Adeline is originally from Nigeria and settled permanently in England after her marriage to Nigel. The pair have four children together including Victoria. They lived in Newcastle for a while before relocating to Nothermburland where they raised their children.