We adore seeing Sandi Toksvig on our screens, whether she is presenting QI, The Great British Bake Off or her new series Extraordinary Escapes with Sandi Toksvig - and what do we know about the TV personality's family life? Meet her wife Debbie here...
Who is Sandi Toksvig's wife?
Sandi is married to Debbie Toksvig, a psychotherapist. The pair originally tied the knot in a civil ceremony back in 2007, and they renewed their vows when same-sex marriage was legalised back in 2014.
Sandi and Debbie tied the knot in 2007
At the time, she told Pink News: "I’d marry her every day if I could. I do have a confession to make, which is that I do not love Debbie as much today as I will tomorrow. Tomorrow, I will love her even more. Every day, it just gets better and better.
"It’s time. It’s a better quality – it’s about not being a second class status. It’s about being exactly the same as everyone else."
The pair renewed their vows when same-sex marriage was legalised in 2014
Chatting on This Morning, she added: "I keep grinning. On Saturday my partner and I renewed our vows. We did it in a very quiet understated way - on stage at the festival hall! All my children were part of it and two thousand people attended... so a tiny little thing! You know when something just is perfect and you couldn't have made it any better? It was perfect."
Chatting about Debbie's work as a psychotherapist to The Times back in 2009, Sandi was asked if Debbie was her therapist, and she said: "Don’t be so silly. That would be immoral! She would be struck off. Hahahahaha. No, no — she’s terribly boundaried. She won’t tell me any of the details about her clients. I don’t know anything about any of them... I’d be so fascinated. Other people’s problems are fascinating."
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Does Sandi Toksvig have any children?
Sandi shares three children, daughters Jesse, 32, Megan, 30 and son Theo, 26, with her ex-partner, Peta Stewart. Speaking to The Times about her kids, Sandi previously said: "I wouldn’t care if they came from Tesco. I don’t care about the blood thing. They call me Mummy and I earned it. We love each other. You can’t do better than that. Lots of families don’t."
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