Mehreen Baig is a British television presenter. She has presented several documentaries on topics relating to Britain’s Asian and Muslim communities. Baig has worked as an educator at a secondary school for the past two years in North London. She appeared part of her role in the BBC Two documentary Muslims Like Us In the documentary, Muslims from different backgrounds and faiths were able to live in harmony.
Her name was second woman to come in after ex-boxer, and Islamist Anthony Small (Abdul Haqq) who presented her with an article condemning gender mixing. Explore more about Mehreen Baig’s Wiki, Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Boyfriend, Body Measurements, Net Worth, Family, Career and many more Facts about her.
Mehreen Baig Height, Weight & Measurements
How tall is Mehreen Baig? She stands at a height of 5 ft 5 in tall or else 1.65 m or 165 cm. She weighs around 55 Kg or 121 lbs. She has beautiful dark brown eyes and has blonde hair. Her body measurements are 34-28-40 inches. She wears a bra cup size of 34 C.
Mehreen Baig Bio, Age & Early Life
Mehreen Baig was born in 1989 in USA. She is 32 years old, as of 2021.
Her father and mother names are not known.
As per her education, she is well educated.
Mehreen Baig Wiki/Biography
|Real Name||Mehreen Baig|
|Age||32 years old (As of 2021)|
|Height||5 feet 5 inches|
|Bra Cup Size||34 C|
|Net Worth||$200k – $400k, as of 2021|
Mehreen Baig BF
Mehreen Baig is unmarried and single.
Her past dating history is also not known.
Mehreen Baig Net Worth
Mehreen Baig has also presented documentaries on physical fitness, and segments on the BBC’s Sunday Morning Live and The One Show.
In 2019 she took part on Pilgrimage, in which people of differing religious views made a pilgrimage to Rome. Her net worth is estimated to be $200k – $400k.
Mehreen Baig Facts
In February 2018, Baig fronted Islam, Women and Me, a BBC One documentary exploring the role of women in the religion.
In August, she presented Lost Boys? What’s Going Wrong For Asian Men, which explored issues relating to British Pakistani men.
Tim Dowling of The Guardian gave it four stars out of five for being “informed, thorough and provocative”.
Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan of Al Jazeera gave a negative review, saying that the documentary blamed the men’s situation on Pakistani culture more than on discrimination.