The Sky News guy Paul Murray has been very much successful as a media personality in Sydney, Australia. He has been working for Sky News Australia for a long time now. Paul is best known as a conservative radio and TV broadcaster. His former show 'A Sydney Morning' on 2UE was a great success. He has been hosting Paul Murray Live on Sky News Australia which is a panel show which examines the day's news from a different perspective and gets aired on Sunday to Thursday at 9pm AEST and Saturday Edition.
Paul Murray's wife Sian Murray gave birth to their first baby boy in August 2012. But unfortunately, their child died due to premature complications. He was heartbroken when he heard the news of his son Leo Murray's death which was just right after Leo's 24 hours on this earth.
It's hard when it comes to losing someone you love the most but Paul and his wife Sian lost their precious gem only after few hours they got to hold him. But this change didn’t make any difference or had a bad effect on the love relationship of Paul Murray and Sian Murray. After the farewell to their beloved son, both became strong and supported each other from every aspect.
Sorry, but media types 'shocked' by Trump's win don't get to lead the 'autopsy'.
You are part of the problem.#DrainTheSwamp
— Paul Murray (@PMOnAir) November 11, 2016
Paul Murray and Sian Murray's son Leo had unpreventable disease, an undiagnosable condition, Vasa praevia that didn’t leave any chance of survival of the little child. In one of the interviews, Paul even told that they have already had a nursery set up for their baby boy which he never made it to.
After the tragic death of son Leo, Paul and Sian had no words to explain their heartache but after the arrival of their daughter, the lost happiness returned again. It’s no doubt that the pain of losing the first child hasn't gone anywhere but they have got a happy reason to celebrate too.
#pmlive is on Sky News NOW!
— Paul Murray (@PMOnAir) November 10, 2016
In an interview for Mamamia TV, Paul Murray revealed that the memories of son Leo haven't gone yet but he is very glad that it's a daughter for the second time and believes that he will have a great fatherly experience with Asher. He considers Leo to always be around them and Asher is not only protected by her mummy, her daddy but by her brother too.