Is Preet Chandi Married? Is Her Partner David Jarman? Wife Info

Preet Chandi is not married and does not have a wife yet. However, she has been in a long-term Partner relationship with David Jarman.

David is a British Army reservist, which leads us to believe that the two met at work.

Despite the fact that their relationship is well-known, the couple does not seem to discuss it much.

 

Similarly, they haven’t even shared any photos of each other on their social media accounts.

However, because Preet and David are already engaged, many of their friends and family members are anticipating the wedding announcement.

 

Preet Chandi Net Worth – How Rich Is He?

Newsunzip says that Preet Chandi sits on a net worth of about $3 to 4 million dollars. 

As per the data available on myjobsearch, the average salary of an army physiotherapist is £45,090. 

 

That being said, based on Preet’s three years of experience, it is reasonable to expect her earnings to exceed £50,000. 

In the Meantime, based on her social media accounts, we can confirm that she lives a very healthy and active lifestyle.

Preet Chandi Age And Wikipedia Info Explored

Preet Chandi is 32 years old, according to Wikipedia.

As a child, Chandi fell in love with tennis and aspired to make a career out of it. She even transferred from Surry Tennis School to Jiri Novak Tennis School in the Czech Republic.

 

However, for whatever reason, she lost interest in tennis and returned to her home country to complete her studies. Following that, army women started running marathons and ultramarathons.

At the age of nineteen, Preet enlisted in the Army Reserves. She joined the British Army at the age of twenty-seven, after a few prosperous years.

 

Preet Chandi Career And Family Facts

Preet Chandi began her career at the National Health Service as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist.

In 2013, she was promoted to colonel in the Royal Army Medical Corps from lance corporal in the Territorial Army.

She was then promoted to captain in 2016, allowing her to work as a Clinical Training Officer with the three Medical Brigades.

 

In addition to the United Kingdom, Preet has served in Nepal, Kenya, and South Sudan. She was stationed in these countries as part of a United Nations peacekeeping mission.

Regarding her family, Chandi was born into a Sikh family. Her parents are said to be Indians who immigrated to the United States.