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GMB's Charlotte Hawkins's quiet life in South East England where house prices are £628k
Charlotte Hawkins first found telly fame through Meridian Tonight in 2003 and went on to host Sky's show Sunrise with Eamonn Holmes in 2006. After occasional appearances on This Morning as a reviewer, she then returned to ITV in 2014 when Good Morning Britain was launched, alongside the other three main hosts Susanna Reid, Ben Shephard and Sean Fletcher. Nowadays, GMB staff switch-ups mean she's more likely to co-host with Kate Garraway as well as Susanna and Ben, plus the occasional guest host like Ed Balls and Robert Rinder. Born in the West Sussex village of Chichester, Charlotte now lives with her husband Mark Herbert and their daughter Ella Rose in Surrey. The newsreader tends to keep her home life as private as possible, but from the cosy living room to the spacious garden, she has unveiled a handful of areas inside the property on her Instagram. Surrey located in the South East of England is one of the home counties. The county borders Greater London, Kent, East Sussex, West Sussex, Hampshire, and Berkshire and is divided into 11 boroughs and districts. The county has long been known to offer excellent options to those seeking a place to live that offers a speedy commute into London. READ MORE: GMB's Ben Shephard's quiet life in Richmond with wife and two children © GETTY Charlotte Hawkins living in Surrey
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Robert Rinder issues public plea after earphones go missing - but offers a reward
The barrister, who’s known for solving other people’s legal battles in the courtroom, launched a public appeal in a bid to retrieve his earphones. They typically cost upwards of £100, and he took to Twitter to offer a reward.He explained that the AirPods had made their way from where he last saw them in Central London to roughly 20 minutes across town, close to Hermitage Street.In a Tweet which has since been deleted, Robert said with sarcasm: “To the kind person who has accidentally picked up my AirPods and (inadvertently assuming they are the true owners) taken them from central London to near Hermitage street.“Please return them for a reward… and an undertaking not to proceed by theft for the find.Thanks.”He confirmed to MailOnline that he has since bought a new pair of earphones.The television judge recently made headlines after he travelled to war-torn Ukraine to retrieve his Strictly Come Dancing partner, Oskana Platero's, disabled grandparents at the border.They had to flee their home following the Russian invasion.Robert and Oskana competed in Strictly together in 2016, where they reached the quarter-final.Announcing that he was making the trip earlier this year, Robert tweeted: “Oksana Platero my Ukrainian dance partner on @bbcstrictly gifted me so much.“Right now her grandparents are a week into their struggle to find sanctuary in a safe country.“I’ll be trying to meet them on the border next week.“They're just a few of the millions who need us.”Upon reaching them, he took to Instagram to share photos as they hugged.In March, following his visit to Oskana’s grandparents, he also explained that he was experiencing a “bureaucratic nightmare” for his efforts to collect more than 50 orphans from Ukraine.The ITV
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'Tells the truth!' Piers Morgan defended by Robert Rinder after Meghan row led to GMB exit
Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan has been defended by the show's guest host Rob Rinder after backlash over the journalist's comments about Meghan Markle led to his exit from the ITV programme last year.Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, the legal expert, 43, spoke of his excitement over former GMB host Piers' upcoming TalkTV show, Uncensored.The Judge Rinder star branded Piers' new show "exciting", before adding that the broadcaster "tells the truth" and said his talk show will teach viewers how to "argue without falling out".TalkTV and Piers' new show Uncensored is set to launch in little over a week.Addressing the upcoming programme which is fronted by Piers, Rob said: "I think it's an exciting thing."I think when it comes to news, and especially nowadays, people get news from Twitter, and so on and so forth."That wherever it comes, you know, good quality news, good quality commentary, more is more, and a rich variety of commentary is great."He went on to add that he trusts the former newspaper editor is "telling the truth" on topics he discusses."And one thing you know, one thing you may love him or loathe it, but you know that he's telling you the truth as to what he thinks you can accept or reject it."Rob continued to explain that the controversial figure teaches viewers how to "argue" in a way that doesn't involve "falling out".He explained: "But at the end of it, you might tune in tomorrow, what that does in a really critical way is model the ability to listen and hear an idea that you don't like and your identity not to be attacked, and to come in and tune in next day and then see whether you agree with him."It gives you the emotional and intellectual muscle to learn better how to argue without
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Louise Redknapp hints she can't relax in hotel bedrooms as others may have had sex there
Louise Redknapp revealed she can never relax in hotel rooms due to what other guests may have been up to before her stay.The star was welcomed onto Channel 4's Sunday Brunch and sat alongside Ricky Wilson on started talking about hotel accommodation during the show.Talking to hosts Simon Rimmer and Tim Lovejoy she said she never fully chill out when staying in hotels as she struggles to get certain things out of her mind.Louise said she can't fully enjoy the baths because she worries about how clean they are and the bodies that have been in there before.She explained: "When I'm in the bath I start thinking how many other people have been in the bottom of this bath and I'm sitting there as well, It's all wrong It feels like I'm oversharing."She then went on to say how she doesn't even like laying on the pillows due to what substances may have been left on them, hinting at what many hotel stays are used for.Louise said: "It's like all the pillows, you know the extra pillows, they probably don't change them every time someone new comes into the room and you wonder what's happened on those pillows..."She continued: "I can't get it out of my mind if I fall asleep on the extra cushions its so wrong."This comes after Louise has called Robert Rinder an "inspiration" due to him heading over to Ukraine on a rescue mission.The Judge Rinder star to help his Strictly Come Dancing partner Oksana Platero to save her family at the border.Robert, 43, shared the emotional reunion with her family members on social media, showing fans the moments they crossed the border into Poland.Emotional on the post he wrote a heartwarming caption about how they had provided urgent medical supplies to them.He said: "Auntie Lidya and Grandma Zoya.
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'Love for you is limitless' Strictly's Oksana breaks silence on Robert Rinder's help
Strictly Come Dancing partner, Robert Rinder, found her family after they fled Ukraine.The judge, who had been on a week-long search for Oksana’s grandmother and aunt, finally located them.Oksana took to her Instagram following the good news to thank the criminal barrister as she declared her “limitless” love for him.In view of her 25,000 followers, she shared a series of emotional pictures of Robert embracing her family members.Oksana captioned the carousel: “I can’t say thank you enough to my wonderful SCD partner @robrinder and his team for being there for my family and so many others.“You are a truly remarkable man and my love for you is limitless.“The world needs more people like you.”The dancer signed off the message with the hashtags “Ukraine”, “family” and “Ukrainewar”.Fans of the Strictly pair shared their joy that Oksana’s family members were safe as they took to the post’s comments section.Suzanne_baum said: “Just simply wonderful.“Looking forward to interviewing the fab @robrinder tomorrow.”_rebecca_lou added: “This is everything! @robrinder you truly are one of a kind.”Rosaplatero_ penned: “The world need, more people like you, God bless you.”Robert also shared an update earlier today on his Twitter account, where he boasts 194,000 followers.He tweeted: “Oksana’s family: Auntie Lidya and Grandma Zoya.“We managed to reach them this morning with a wheelchair & some medical supplies..“Despite having nearly nothing..
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Judge Robert Rinder shocks fans as he makes major announcement
Judge Robert Rinder had made a big – and brave – decision. The 43-year-old has revealed he will be travelling to the Polish Ukraine border to see first-hand humanitarian efforts.Robert shared the news on his Twitter account, sharing a snapshot of the front page of Jewish News, which showed a photo of Jewish children arriving in the UK after escaping Nazi Germany, compared with a photo of a Ukrainian father having to say goodbye to his children leaving on a train.WATCH: Judge Rinder shares heartbreaking news Also on the cover is a quote made in 1938 by Home Secretary Sir Samiel Hoare as he told Parliament that there would be no limit on the amount of children from Nazi Europe let into Britain.It read: “This is our chance to take the young generation of a great people, to mitigate to some extent the terrible suffering of their parents and friends.”“The UK stands shoulder to shoulder with Ukrainians, providing humanitarian practical support.” Priti Patel I will be reporting from the Polish border from Monday! ‘Please don't lie to me, unless, you're sure I'll never find out the truth’⁩ pic.twitter.com/4Z7M59pjPZ To accompany his post, Robert wrote: “’The UK stands shoulder to shoulder with Ukrainians, providing humanitarian practical support.’ Priti Patel, I will be reporting from the Polish border from Monday.
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Robert Rinder shares insight into friendship with Susanna Reid 'Random series of events'
Good Morning Britain guest presenter Robert Rinder has opened up about his friendship with ITV co-host Susanna Reid.Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, the Judge Rinder star, 43, spoke about their eight-year relationship, as well as his role as brand ambassador for Fletchers Solicitors and Patient Claim Line.The GMB newsreader and the barrister have a friendship spanning almost a decade.Last year, Robert joined the mother-of-three on the ITV show's panel following the departure of host Piers Morgan.Reflecting on his friendship with the former BBC Breakfast presenter, Robert told how they hit it off straight away while meeting for work.He told Express.co.uk: "It was just a random series of events, she asked me the cleverest question that I've ever been asked in any interview."I remember that, I don't remember what the question was, but I just thought, 'Oh, God, that's so clever.'"It's like a type of, we used to call it the ring fencing type of thing."Like how one of my heroes at the bar might ask a witness not yet on the ropes in a cross examination," he explained.He went on to tell how they pursued a friendship off-screen, before gushing over his co-star's talents.Rob continued: "It's one of those things, telly is not a space for great depth or emotional authenticity, we just realised we sort of like the same things and move forward from that."He added that presenting with Susanna "lifts the game", explaining that it makes it "easier" for him in his presenting role."My first thoughts when I sat down next Susanna and you know, a friend, was how good they are at what they do," Rob divulged."But just like Dolly Parton says about herself, you know, it takes a lot of work to make me look this cheap."It takes a lot of
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