TV doctor Dawn Harper has split from her husband of 20 years. The 52-year-old, who is best known for her appearances on Embarrassing Bodies and This Morning, is believed to have moved out of the home she shared with Graham Isaacs following their amicable decision to end their marriage.
A source told the Sun: "With Dawn's TV and media work and the kids growing up they have drifted apart."
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TV doctor Dawn Harper has split from her husband of 20 years, Graham Isaacs
Dawn and Graham are parents to three children – Charlie, 21, Eleanor, 10 and 18-year-old Harvey. Their youngest son has cerebral palsy, and Dawn has previously praised her "fantastic" husband for taking on the childcare so she can pursue her career.
In 2010, she told a local magazine: "He will take this child to netball and that child swimming but – and I am sure it's the same in a lot of families – he'll do it as long as I tell him he's doing it and send a text to remind him!"
The couple had been living together in rural Gloucestershire, where they both work as GPs in local surgeries. Dawn has previously admitted she never even dreamt of becoming a TV doctor, until she started writing a magazine column and was then offered a role onscreen.
The Embarrassing Bodies team: Dr Pixie McKenna, Dr Christian Jessen and Dr Dawn Harper
She has appeared on Channel 4's Embarrassing Bodies – alongside Dr Christian Jessen and Dr Pixie McKenna - since it began in 2007 as one of the resident doctors, and also regularly appears on This Morning as a medical expert. She has also given advice on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour, and recently presented the four-part Channel 4 series Born Naughty? alongside Ravi Jayaram.