About Carole Radziwill
It has been stated that Carole Radziwill net worth reaches 50 million dollars. She has been accumulating her net worth through her careers as a writer, author, journalist and TV star. She is known as one of the newest cast members of the TV show called “The Real Housewives of New York”, which is a hit show on Bravo network. Thus, this show also adds up to the overall amount of Carole Radziwill net worth.
Before she became a star on this TV show, Carole Radziwill was involved into other careers. In 1986, she began her career as a journalist. This time, she was only an intern at ABC News show called 20/20 and she was not paid for this work. However, she started to rise in this industry and finally she got a job as a production secretary in the show called “Close-Up”. Later, Carole Radziwill got a job position working for Peter Jennings, who was a huge star on the ABC News channel. When she was working with him, Carole Radziwill made a lot of reports on various themes, such as foreign matters, abortion and gun control. This position also started to get her higher sums of money, which increased the overall amount of Carole Radziwill net worth.
In 1991, she stopped working with Peter Jennings and became a reporter on the Gulf War. In 2003, she reported about the United States invasion in Afghanistan. In order to conduct this report, she had to stay in Kandahar for six weeks.
Because of her successful involvement in reporting and television she has been recognized and awarded, as well. She is known as a recipient of awards, such as Emmy award and Peabody award. Therefore, this involvement not only added millions of dollars to Carole Radziwill net worth, but also gained her a lot of awards and recognition.
In 1994, she married her colleague from ABC channel, Prince Anthony Radziwill. Her husband is known to be from a Polish Royal Family. The father of Prince Anthony Radziwill is the Royal Scion of Poland, Stanislaw Radziwill. His mother is the younger sister of Jackie Kenedy, the former first lady of the United States. However, in 1999 Prince Anthony Radziwill died because of cancer. After his death, Carole Radziwill left ABC and began her career as a writer, with writing her first memoir. Moreover, she became a writer for “Glamour” magazine, where she writes a column for “Lunch Date”.