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A Place In The Sun star Lucy Alexander 'secret' WAG life after marrying famous footballer

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Lucy Alexander became a beloved figure on British TV as the original face of Homes Under the Hammer, which she co-hosted with Martin Roberts from its start in 2003.Launching her career on children's television with Channel 5, she quickly established a strong presence and won hearts with her warm presenting style, reports the Mirror.Yet, in 2016, she left Homes Under the Hammer to pursue other opportunities, notably appearing on programmes such as A Place In The Sun and Best Of Both Worlds on Channel 4 roles fitting for a housing expert of her calibre.Despite stepping away occasionally to appear on Homes Under the Hammer and support prospective buyers, Lucy prioritised family time after work took a back seat, especially when she faced the grief of losing her mother.

The television presenter struggled professionally during the pandemic, saying: "Then it was Covid, then we didn't get recommissioned, and then I was out of a job. "I didn't have any work.

It wasn't the greatest of times for me. I still had a mortgage to pay and a family to feed."But 2023 marked a turning point, with Lucy securing a regular spot presenting A Place In The Sun.

Outside of her career, she enjoys a happy marriage with former Premier League star Stewart Castledine, whom she married in 2000 after an introduction by a friend.They have two children: Leo, who has taken up football like his father, and Kitty, making her mark as Penny Branning on EastEnders.In 2016, her personal and professional life merged dramatically when she fronted the premiere episode of BBC's five-part documentary series "Matron, Medicine and Me: 70 Years of the NHS", which delved into the history of treatments for patients with disabilities in the UK.The programme struck a

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