Julia Bradbury is pregnant with her second child!
Julia Bradbury is pregnant again at the age of 44, three years after the difficult pregnancy of her first child. She had longed for a sibling for her son Zephyr but, in her forties and diagnosed with endometriosis, she had accepted that this may never happen.
However, the TV presenter has announced she is ‘ecstatically happy to be pregnant’ following a course of IVF. ‘It’s no secret that our son Zephyr was a longed-for baby, and we are thrilled at the prospect of having a brother or sister for him,’ she said. She celebrated the news with mum and big sis at their long time favourite Italian restaurant Scalinis!
Goodbye to Countryfile… Julia Bradbury says Goodbye to Countryfile, to move on to pastures new. Julia has had a fantastic five years at Countryfile and it has been an honour for her to be part of such an amazing show. It was an immensely difficult decision to make, having made so many happy memories but Julia felt this was right time to leave at this stage in her career and move on to something new.
She will thoroughly miss working with co-presenter Matt Baker, with whom she has developed a long and lasting friendship over the years of working together and taking on fun adventures for charity.
Filming for the exciting new show starts soon and will continue into the summer. Julia has been heavily involved in the development of this new programme, and the focus will remain around her passion for the great outdoors.
More details will be coming soon……
WE LOST All Star Family Fortunes on Sunday 16th February ITV, but it was great fun!!!
TV Presenter Julia Bradbury and her family compete against Darts champion Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor and his family.
Up to £30,000 is up for grabs, but which team will second guess the British public best, and make it through to Big Money?
Julia and her family are playing for two children's charities - The Myfanwy Townsend Melanoma Research Fund - Outdoor Kids Campaign 2014 and Sparks - A leading children’s medical research charity dedicated to funding research into a range of conditions affecting babies, children and mums-to-be.