Who Is Dr Ranj Singh Married In 2022? Divorced Reason With Sulvinder Samra And More Facts To Know

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Dr. Ranj Singh is a star dancer, TV presenter, and NHS doctor. Fans want to know more about Dr. Ranj Singh's personal life, including whether or not he is married.

Dr. Ranj was born in the United Kingdom and is a British doctor, television presenter, author, and columnist.

From 2012 to 2015, he co-created and hosted the CBeebies show Get Well Soon. He also serves as a resident doctor on ITV This Morning and co-hosts ITV Save Money: Good Health with Sian Williams.


Is Dr. Ranj Singh Married? 

Singh married Sulvinder Samra in Nottingham in a traditional Sikh ceremony in 2005, and the couple separated in 2011.

Sulvinder worked in a pharmacy. Just before their divorce, Dr. Ranj came out as gay.

Dr. Ranj Singh with his ex-wife Sulvinder Samra
Dr. Ranj Singh with his ex-wife Sulvinder Samra

When his ex-family wife found out he was gay. They were devastated and they were having a hard time dealing with the situation.

In a 2015 interview with Attitude magazine, he disclosed his sexuality. In 2018, he was featured on the cover of Gay Times magazine as part of a special 'gaysian' celebration of LGBTQ Asians.

Ranj Singh Sexuality Details -Is He Gay?

He revealed his sexuality in a 2015 interview with Attitude magazine. He was featured on the cover of Gay Times magazine in 2018 as part of a special 'gaysian' celebration of LGBTQ Asians.

Ranj has been a vocal advocate for LGBTQ rights, particularly among minorities, and in 2019 he was honored with the Attitude TV Award for his remark about how "those from ethnic minorities, people of color, or LGBT people are still at a slight disadvantage" in the media.

He is a vocal advocate for LGBTQ+ inclusive education.

Ranj Singh Biography Details

Dr. Ranj Singh was born on June 26, 1979, and as of 2022, he is 42 years old.

Singh was born in a traditional Sikh family, where he focused on schooling and earned his first GCSE at eight. He has two brothers.

Singh is a pediatric emergency medicine expert educated in London and has worked in several hospitals.

 Dr Ranj Singh attending the Gay Times Honours 2021
Dr Ranj Singh attending the Gay Times Honours 2021

In 2007, Singh joined the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.

In 2012, he began his television career as the host of Get Well Soon, a children's television show on CBeebies that he co-created with Kindle Entertainment. The program won a BAFTA award for children's programming in the Interactive - Adapted category in 2016.

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