About 

  • Florence Davey-Attlee is a Field Producer based in CNN's London Bureau.

    She joined CNN in 2010 as a freelancer, going on to work as a producer for CNN International's Hala Gorani and Becky Anderson.

    Davey-Attlee has covered some of most important stories in Europe over the past ten years including ISIS-inspired terror attacks in the UK, France, Belgium, Germany and Turkey, the European migrant crisis in 2015, and has reported on Brexit from both sides of the English Channel.

    She also been on the ground to cover the twists and turns of European politics including elections and referendums in Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, Russia, and Scotland.

    In 2019, Davey-Attlee travelled to Ukraine as part of an investigation into President Donald Trump's phone calls with the Ukrainian President. In 2017, she was part of the CNN team nominated for an Emmy Award for the breaking news coverage of the Manchester Arena bombing attack. She also travelled to Macedonia to meet the teenagers manufacturing fake news targeting US voters and was on the ground to report on the aftermath of the Italian earthquake in 2016.

    In addition, she has played a key role in CNN's coverage of major events including the royal weddings of both Prince William and Prince Harry and the London Olympics in 2012.

    Davey-Attlee holds a Master's degree in Broadcast Journalism from Westminster University and a Bachelor's degree in Human Sciences from the University of Oxford.