Antiques Road Trip is perfect daytime TV and we're loving the news series with Christina Trevanion, alongside new presenter Serhat Ahmet.
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But when the auctioneer and antiques expert isn't busy with her TV schedule with Antiques Road Trip and Bargain Hunt, Christina can be found at home with her loved ones. Meet her family, including her husband, children and parents below...
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Christina Trevanion's parents
The BBC presenter's love for antiques and auctions came from a young age when she would attend auctions alongside her parents. Her mother, Hazel, was also an antique fanatic. Her father, David, sadly died in 2013.
After being inspired by her parents' hobbies, Christina went on to study Fine Art Valuation at Southampton Solent University, where she met future business partner Aaron Dean. Together, they set up their own auction business, Trevanion & Dean which is located on Whitchurch, Shropshire. As of 2019, Christina has taken on sole ownership of the firm.
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Christina Trevanion's husband
Christina prefers to keep her private life out of the spotlight and there's little information about her husband. However, the presenter did give an insight into their family life recently when she tweeted a joke about divorce to her followers.
Christina tweeted on Sunday: "Has anyone ever cited 'putting up Christmas lights' on divorce papers? Asking for a friend/current husband."
Christina is married with two children
Christina Trevanion's children
Christina and her husband share two daughters together. The Bargain Hunt presenter rarely discusses her children, but she did open up about her kids getting in the way of her antique collection!
Chatting to Antique Collecting back in 2016, Christina was discussing her favourite pieces at home, explaining she has "an eclectic mix" of items. "[I have] an eclectic mix of inherited family pieces and treasured saleroom purchases, I have two small children and so my 18th century teapot collection was packed away until they get a little older!" she said.
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