Born on December 27, 1946, Janet Vera Street-Porter is a well-known face in journalism. The English broadcaster, journalist, writer, and social media personality. A few years back, Street-Porter took off her career as a fashion writer. And similarly like the different styles and colors of the fashion world Street’s life colorfully. Most of her fans know about her well-built astonishing career and professional life. Now the fans are inquisitive about her personal and love life. Fans are constantly raising questions about Janet Street-Porter’s partner. Similarly, like colorful, professional life, Janet’s love life too is full of different shades of color. With that, she also went through many ups and downs in her love life.
Still, it seems like Janet hasn’t found the love of her life, her Mr.perfect. Loose Women panelist since 2011 Janet is in her 70’s currently. She was a columnist at Daily Mail, and later, Evening Standard appointed her as an editor for the fashion color. Janet also presented the morning radio show with Paul Callan on LBC. In 1975 she began working for the LWT as a presenter for the youth programs. In the past 74 years, Janet dated several well-known faces and partnered up with a few of them. But she never found her Mr.Perfect. So let’s have a look at Janet Street Porter’s partner.
Janets Street-Porter first partnered up with Tim Street-Porter. Janet was just 19 when she tied the knot officially with Tim. Soon after the wedding, she took his name Street-Porter thinking that until last breath, the two would remain a couple. As college students, they met and shared had the same test about music, art, and movies. The relationship lacked something which forced Janet into an extra-marital affair. Finally, in 1975 the duo parted away legally.
Tony Elliott – 1977
Following her separation from Tim, she married the founder of Time Out Group, Tony Elliot. Janet Street-Porter and Tony remained as partners for just two years. In her show, Janet spoke about how both felt that their marriage was a mistake that even destroyed their friendship. They both felt they were better as friends and broke up two years after their marriage. In 2019 Tony took his last breath on earth.
Frank Cvitanovich – 1981
A couple of years later, following Janet’s breakup with Tony. Frank entered Janet’s life. In 1979 the Loose Women panelist married for the third time. Janet Street Porter’s third partner Frank was a film and documentary maker. He was quite successful in his field. Frank, before meeting Porter, was married five times. This time the marriage didn’t work for Janet, and two years later, she filed for separation. Frank left the world back in 1995.
David Sorkin – 1999
For the fourth time, Janet Street-Porter partnered with David Sorkin. David is a professor at Yale University and teaches Jewish history at the University. Getting married to him seems to be the biggest mistake of Janet’s life. In her show, she was seen saying this many times.
Since 1999 Janet Street-Porter has been partnered with a restauranteur and entrepreneur. She and Peter never tied the knot officially but have been staying together for the past 2 decades. Janet and Peter’s relationships are quite private. They both avoid the limelight. No one ever spotted them together, nor have they shared many photos of them being together. After failing in so many relationships Janet, at last, discovered her in Peter. At present is 66 years of age. The two have been living a blissful life.
The Loose Women panelist earned around $5 million throughout her career as a journalist and TV presenter. The journalist doesn’t have any kids from any of her partners. Peter and Janet, too, have no kids. At present, she is at Thurlton in Norfolk, Kent, and London. Previously she owned a home at Nidderdale, North Yorkshire. Recently she made a guest appearance at This Morning. Last year Porter was diagnosed with skin cancer. She has been doing her show the Loose women digitally since last year following the covid restrictions and her health issues. Janet also produced several films such as Bliss, Network 7, A World in your Era, Great Railway Journeys, and many more on the list.