Max Foster is a CNN anchor and correspondent based in the network's London bureau. He anchors the European edition of CNN Newsroom and is the network's London Correspondent.

    Foster joined the network in 2005 and one of his first assignments was to front special coverage around the failing health of Pope John Paul II. He has since fronted numerous major events including the Lebanon War, the Mumbai Attacks in 2008 and the 2014 Peshawar school attack. He field-anchored at the wedding of Prince William to Kate Middleton, the British general election in 2015 and the Paris attacks late last year.

    Foster has secured several high profile interviews with the likes of Stephenie Meyer, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, David Cameron and Michael Caine and has had a string of royal exclusives including: Prince Charles, to mark ten years of marriage to The Duchess of Cornwall; Prince William, to mark the birth of his heir Prince George; and Queen Margrethe II of Denmark for her 40th Jubilee.

    Foster joined CNN from the BBC News, where he had a ten-year career, most notably as a business presenter and correspondent for BBC World Service and BBC Breakfast. He covered the Asian financial crisis and the launch of the Euro.

    Foster has a degree in Business Administration from Cardiff University and a Postgraduate Diploma in Broadcast Journalism from Highbury College, Portsmouth. He lives in the Berkshire countryside with his wife and three young children.