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Keith Brymer Jones's sweet family life with famous wife revealed

The pottery star is currently renovating his new home in North Wales


Keith Brymer Jones and wife Marj Hogarth© Instagram
Megan Bull
TV Writer
Updated: May 20, 2024
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British potter Keith Brymer Jones returns with a new programme on Channel 4. Starring alongside his wife, Marj Hogarth, the duo leads the docuseries Our Welsh Chapel Dream, which follows their efforts to transform a derelict chapel into the home of their dreams. 

Ahead of the show's premiere, get to know more about Keith's sweet family life with Marj...

Meet Keith Brymer Jones' wife Marj Hogarth

Keith Brymer Jones is married to actress, Marj Hogarth. You may have spotted her in M.I.High, Still Game and The Karen Dunbar Show

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A woman of many talents, Marj also runs her own business – Hook and Hatchet – which produces contemporary and sustainable bags. According to the brand's website, it was the 2020 lockdown that reignited Marj's "passion for designing and making." 

While the couple is relatively private, Keith occasionally takes to Instagram with snippets of their life together. Back in December 2022, he shared a video of himself and Marj, as they wished fans a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. 

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Embarking on an exciting new project, the design duo previously resided in Margate before buying an old chapel in North Wales to live and work in. Talking to This is Money, Keith revealed their plans for the space: "It's about 9,500 square feet and has pigeons living in it at the moment – it's been deserted for about ten years," he explained. "We're planning to do lots of weird and wonderful things inside once we renovate it, such as having trees growing indoors." 

Our Welsh Chapel Dream is now available to stream on Channel 4, so fans can finally find out how they got on! 

Does Keith Brymer Jones have children?

Yes, Keith Brymer Jones has a son called Ned, from a previous marriage. 

While The Great Pottery Throw Down star rarely posts about his son, in 2014 he posted a heartwarming photo of a cherub sculpture given to him by Ned. The caption read: "My beautiful son gave me this to protect me when I'm away... I'm almost emotional! What a lovely chap." 

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