About 

  • Max Foster is a CNN anchor and correspondent based in London. He is the host of 'CNN Newsroom with Max Foster' which airs on CNN International Monday to Friday at 8a ET (1p London). He also reports on stories out of Europe for CNN US and is the network's Royal Correspondent.

    Since joining the network in 2005, Foster has played a pivotal role in CNN's coverage of major world events, often anchoring live from the scene. He has covered multiple terror attacks, including those in London and Paris and has fronted coverage for many European elections. He has interviewed everyone from Donald Trump to Steve Jobs and Dame Julie Andrews.

    As the network's dedicated Royal Correspondent, he has delivered multiple exclusives and is well known for his commentary on state events and Royal tours. Foster has interviewed several senior Royals, including The Duchess of Cambridge in what was her first TV news interview since marrying Prince William; and Prince William following the birth of their son Prince George. Foster joined Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their 2019 South African tour, and The Prince of Wales on his historic 2019 visit to Cuba. Foster's other royal exclusives include the very first TV interview with The Duchess of Cornwall (in a joint sit-down with The Prince of Wales to mark their 10th Wedding Anniversary), and an extended interview with Queen Margrethe II of Denmark for her 40th Jubilee.

    Foster graduated from Cardiff University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration before completing a postgraduate diploma in broadcast journalism at Highbury College, Portsmouth. He had a 10-year career at the BBC before joining CNN, most notably as a business reporter for the BBC World Service and BBC Breakfast.

    Foster is half-Swedish and lives in the Berkshire countryside with his wife, three children and various animals.