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Caroline Wyatt

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Caroline Wyatt (born 1967) is an Australian-born English journalist. She has worked as a BBC News journalist for over 25 years, as defence correspondent until August 2014, when she replaced Robert Pigott as religious affairs correspondent until June 2016, when she revealed that she had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Early life Born in Darlinghurst, a suburb of Sydney, to an Anglo-Irish father and a Polish mother, Wyatt was adopted by a British diplomat, and his Swiss-born wife. She has two brothers. Wyatt was educated at the independent Convent of the Sacred Heart School in Woldingham, Surrey, and then studied English and German at Southampton University, which also included six months of study at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey at the New Brunswick, New Jersey campus in the US. After graduating from Southampton, she studied for a post-graduate diploma in print journalism at City University, London. Career Wyatt joined t
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