Good Morning Britain host Charlotte Hawkins lights up our day on a regular basis, appearing on the show wearing a smile and looking as glamorous as ever.
And we’ve seen the television presenter, 45, appear on a series of shows, including making a small cameo in film Burnt, alongside Hollywood actor Bradley Cooper, and sashaying across the dance floor on Strictly Come Dancing in 2017.
But how much do we know about the blonde beauty off screen? Let’s take a look…
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Is Charlotte Hawkins married?
The 45 year old married her partner Mark Herbert, whom she met in 2003, in Chichester in 2008, where the presenter was born.
The couple live a relatively private life in Surrey, with the star sharing only the occasional snap of life at home with her 202,000 Instagram followers.
Does Charlotte Hawkins have children?
Charlotte and Mark welcomed their adorable baby girl, Ella Rose, in February 2015, seven years after getting married.
The style icon didn’t have the easiest time giving birth and, speaking exclusively to OK! Online at the C&G baby club ‘The Happy Song’ launch event, the presenter admitted: “I think we’re blessed to have Ella Rose because it took us quite a long time to get pregnant.”
And when asked if she wanted any more children, she smiled: “We’re just counting our blessings that we’ve got one little girl. We’ll wait and see what the future holds.”
Previously, the gorgeous star described motherhood as a “whirlwind” when Ella was first born – but it looks like she’s taken to the challenge very well indeed.
“We make sure she has a lot of activities to do,” she confessed in 2016. “I’m really conscious about keeping her engaged so that she’s learning and having fun at the same time.
“She goes to things like music club, gym club, ballet club and babies swimming. So when we get home I try to have a chilled out time with her and play with her as well.”
The star lost her father to Motor Neurone Disease before the birth of baby Ella, and told Mother and Baby at the time: “I tried not to get too upset, because I felt it as a physical pain and I was worried about the baby.
“All the feelings about Dad are still there. Knowing that he was up there looking out for me kept me going because I thought ‘he won’t let anything bad happen’.”
The Classic FM host also told OK! Online that she was a patron for charity Motor Neurone Disease, explaining: “I’m still a patron of Motor Neurone Disease and I help out whenever I can. I just did All Star Mr & Mrs with my husband, and we played to raise money for the charity.
“I do what I can to support their work, because there are many families going through a horrific time and I went there trying to find support for my Dad when he wasn’t well, and I now know what it’s like to have that support.”
Inside Charlotte Hawkin’s home
The mum-one-one has shared the occasional snap of her beautiful home on social media in the past.
Alongside her stunning outfit posts, Charlotte has shared a snap of her gorgeous living room, which features an L-shaped sofa with an array of chic scatter cushions, as well as a snap in her luscious garden.
Posing at home in an elegant dress while celebrating Royal Ascot from home, Charlotte sat with daughter Ella on a stone bench in her garden with a large tree in the background.
Charlotte also has a rustic stone hut in her garden which stores firewood, in front of which she posed in a red dress during lockdown.