If you're a fan of George Clarke then you're in luck! The presenter and architect's new show, Ugly House to Lovely House with George Clarke, starts on Channel Four on Thursday evening - and we can't wait to see the home renovation series!
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Although he's a regular face on TV, George prefers to keep out of the spotlight when it comes to his spotlight. The TV presenter and architect has three children and has been married twice – here's all you need to know about his family…
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George Clarke's first wife and children
George, 46, was married his ex-wife Catriona for a number of years before they called it quits in 2013. The marriage was reported to have broken down after their busy work schedules.
The presenter has three children
In a statement released at the time, George explained: "We have been married quite a long time and decided to part. We have separate custody of the kids and are going through an amicable separation and divorce." While the couple were married, they welcomed three children together: Georgie, Emilio and Iona. Occasionally, George shares pictures of his children on Instagram.
The presenter shares Georgie, Emilio and Iona with ex-wife
George Clarke's second wife
George married his next wife, Katie, in September 2018 in a romantic ceremony in Ibiza. Katie works as a marketing and communications consultant in the luxury fashion industry. The happy couple live with George's children in their West London home.
George often posts pictures of his children on social media
George Clarke's career
After leaving school at 16, George began working for architects which sparked his interest in working in the field. He then went onto study further and gain qualifications in building and construction and eventually a degree in architecture.
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George went on to launch his own company before he landed TV work on Channel 5's Build A New Life in the Country. He then went on to front a number of other shows including The Restoration Man, The Home Show and more, before starting George Clarke's Amazing Spaces in 2012.
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