Jenni Falconer | Biography

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Scottish bombshell Jenni Falconer was exposed to the television world in 1994 as a contestant on “Blind Date”. Her effervescent personality, good looks and easy approach in front of the camera captivated BBC Scotland’s attention. However she got her breakthrough in 2000 after she was offered to present new entertainment segment of GMTV. During that time, she interviewed few Hollywood’s biggest starlet among them Will Smith and Tom Cruise in exotic locations. Till date, Jenni has fronted an array of programmes, including Sky One show titled “Crique De Celebrite” and “The National Lottery Big Draw”. She is celebrated for her works on the ITV daytime show titled “This Morning”.

Jenni Falconer | Biography

Jenni Falconer was born on 12th of February 1976. Native of Glasgow, Scotland, Jenni grew up in Bishopbriggs & Milngavie. At age seven, she along with her family moved to the South of England. In 1994, Jenni relocated to Leeds to study Italian and Spanish with minor in Geography, Latin and Management Studies. She launched her TV career while she was at university. Jenni is Scottish by nationality and white by ethnicity.

Talking about the personal life of this beautiful lass, Jenni Falconer is a married woman with a child. Jenni Falconer walked down the aisle with “Cutting It” starlet James Midgley on 3rd of June 2012, after dating for six years. The couple is blessed with a beautiful daughter. She experienced the mother hood for the first time at age 35 on 21st of September 2011 after delivering a baby girl. They named her Ella Rose Midgley. The couple is living a very blissful life, so there is very few chance of their divorce in the near future. Jenni is a celeb patron of the Breast Cancer charity 2000, since 2002. In 2002, she participated in the London Marathon to raise fund for CLIC Sargent. She participated in 2003 and 2004 marathon to raise fund for The Children’s Trust charity.

Jenni entered the small screen as a participant on Blind Date and afterward presented Big Country on BBC Scotland. She presented documentary series 3D on ITV as well as consumer show “We Can Work It Out” with Jane Harvey and Judy Finnigan. Jenni hosted travel shows “How to Holiday” and “Holiday”. Since 2000 to 2008, she co-hosted Entertainment Today on GMTV. In 2003, 2004 & 2006 she reported “I’m a Celebrity…… Get Me Out of Here!” for GMTV. In September 2006, she hosted The National Lottery Draws and in October 2007 “Cirque de Celebrite. She as well worked for Sky 1. She won the Sport Relief showjumping contest. In 2009, she hosted a quiz show called “Wordplay” on Channel 5. She presented “The Hour” for STV along with main host Stephen Jardine as a guest between 17 – 21 August 2009. In January 2013, she took part in the diving show called “Splash”. Currently, she is working as a travel reporter.

On 14th of March 2013, it was announced that Jason Donovan would be replaced by Jenni for hosting the Sunday morning show since 6 to 8 am by the Global Radio. In June 2009, she became the body and face of Adore Moi underwear line by Ultimo. She has as well posed for FHM and “Arena”. Apart from hosting programs, she has appeared in television shows, such as “Never Mind the Buzzcocks”, “Hider in the House”, “Celebrities Under Pressure”, “All Star Family Fortunes”, “School’s Out”, “All Star Mr & Mrs”, “Alan Carr’s Celebrity Ding Dong”, “Ten Mile Menu”, “What’s Cooking”, “The Cube: Celebrity Special”, “Sport Relief’s Top Dog”, “The Chase: “Celebrity Special;” and “Tipping Point: Lucky Stars”. The net worth of this Scottish television and radio presenter has not been revealed by any reliable websites.

While not busy, Jenni enjoys horse riding. She loves to spend her spare time with her husband and daughter. She uses twitter quite actively and has already tweeted 34,626 times. 166,358 fans follow her in her twitter account. She is quite popular in Facebook and Instagram also. For more information, reader may browse through her personal website or visit wiki.

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