Rachel Khoo is a celebrity chef, author, and host who has hosted multiple cooking shows on TV.
Rachel Khoo has been married to Swedish chef Robert Wiktorin since 2015.
The wedding was entirely private and was only between close friends and family members. The couple has two children, one boy, and a girl. In one of the interviews, Rachel did give some pregnancy care updates.
She mentioned attending the private pregnancy yoga class that was offered by her close friends as well as other friendly advice that supported her during the pregnancy. Always a busy person, Rachel spends most of her time traveling for work.
Rachel Khoo Husband, Where Did they meet?
Robert Wiktorin and Rachel Khoo might have met up in his native Sweden. To broadcast her cuisine network, Rachel has traveled all over the world.
Rachel Khoo has been married to Robert Wiktorin for more than 7 years. She started her cooking journey by taking a patisserie course in Paris.
While she was in Paris, she used to sell perfumes at a departmental store. One of her top favorite vacation places is visiting her family’s home in the Swedish countryside.
About Rachel Khoo
Khoo was born in Croydon, South London, and grew up in Bromley. Her paternal family were Chinese immigrants to Malaysia and were part of the Khoo Kongsi clan house in George Town, Penang.
Her father emigrated to the UK from Ipoh, Perak, at age 16 in 1968. She attended Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London and earned a degree in art and design.
Rachel Khoo studied French pastry at Le Cordon Bleu and worked as an au pair in Paris. She later opened a restaurant to test recipes for her first English-language cookbook. Her TV series The Little Paris Kitchen was commissioned by BBC Two.
Her cookbooks My Little French Kitchen and Rachel Khoo’s Kitchen Notebook are published by Michael Joseph. She is a judge on the Australian TV cooking competition My Kitchen Rules, for the series’ 7th season.
After years of working on many recipes, she has been a successful author of many cookbooks. She is now hosting cooking shows on famous networks like Netflix, BBC, and Food Network. At the same time, she partly worked in Germany and ran food-related events.