Tim Worner & His Wife Appear In Public For First Time Since The Amber Harrison Fiasco

Tim Worner & His Wife Appear In Public For First Time Since The Amber Harrison Fiasco

Seven CEO Tim Worner appears to have patched-up things up with his wife, Katrina, following the calamitous fallout from his affair with former staffer, Amber Harrison.

The Worners were photographed together at a black-tie event for Longines Watches last night as part of the celebrations to the Commonwealth Games that start tonight. Seven is the Games’ chief broadcaster.

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Worner himself has deliberately kept a low profile since news of his 18-month affair with Harrison broke in Christmas 2016. His first public outing was at the Australian Tennis Open – also broadcast on Seven – in January this year.

Worner has fronted Seven announcements such as Upfronts and financials but has studiously avoided questions on the affair.

For her part, Katrina Worner has never made any public comment on her husband’s apparent  infidelity.

Not so Harrison, who has risked a jail term for flouting a court-order not to publicly speak about the affair.

The warring parties will reportedly be back in court on May the 9th for a contempt charge against Harrison. Seven said in late February it did not want Harrison to be imprisoned.




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