Fearne Cotton - Biography
Last Modified: Feb 5, 2020
|Born on :||September 3, 1981 (age 40)|
|Birth Name /
|Birth Place:||Northwood, Greater London, England|
|Father's Name:||Mick Cotton|
|Mother's Name:||Lin Cotton|
Jamie Cotton (younger brother)
|High School:||Haydon School|
|Ethnicity:||Multi-ethnic (English, Irish)|
|Married Date:||July 4, 2014|
|Husband's Name:||Jesse Wood|
Rex Rayne Wood (son)
|Height:||1.68 meter (5 feet 6 inch)|
|Weight:||54 kg (119.05 lb)|
|Shoe Size:||9 US|
|Dress Size:||4 US|
|Breast Size:||34 inch|
|Waist Size:||25 inch|
|Hip Size:||35 inch|
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Who is Fearne Cotton?
Fearne Cotton was the first regular female presenter on BBC Radio 1’s chart show. Although she has now left BBC radio, she is still regarded as one of the top presenters of British Television and Radio.
Read on and know more about her!
Fearne Cotton: Age, Parents, Siblings, Education, Ethnicity
Fearne Cotton was born on 3 September 1981 in Northwood, Greater London, England to Mick Cotton (father) and Lin Cotton (mother). Her father worked as a signwriter while her mother worked in alternative therapy. She also has a younger brother Jamie Cotton with whom she was raised in Eastcote, Hillingdon in Middlesex.
She is also linked to other famous names. Former BBC executive Bill Cotton was Fearne Cotton’s paternal grandfather's cousin and Billy Cotton was her great-granduncle.
Cotton was educated at Haydon School. Later after graduation, she studied Art at A level.
Source: Instagram (Fearne Cotton's father and mother holding her)
In August 2017, her ancestry was explored by the BBC TV series Who Do You Think You Are? She was both surprised and excited to discover her family history and tales surrounding them. The program revealed that her paternal great-grandfathers, Evan Meredith, was a coal miner who went to prison for refusing to serve in the military in WW1 and had later become a pharmacist.
Another episode revealed an exciting tale of her blood relative William Gilmour who migrated to England from Northern Ireland to better the quality of life.
Fearne Cotton: Boyfriends, Husband, Children, Divorce
Cotton has dated several men. She was in a relationship with Peter Barme (2013), Ian Watkins (August 2004-2005), Steve Jones (August 2008), Jesse Jenkins (2008-2011).
Cotton was even engaged to musician Jesse Jenkins after he proposed to her on her 29th birthday in 2010. But after 9 months of engagement, they broke up.
Source: Hello Magazine (Fearne Cotton and Jesse Wood on their wedding day)
Cotton is now married to guitarist Jesse Wood, who is the son of The Rolling Stones’ guitarist Ronnie Wood. They started their relationship in 2011 after first meeting in Ibiza and after a year of dating, Cotton announced that they were going to have a baby. In February 2013, she gave birth to son Rex Rayne Wood.
Cotton and Wood were soon engaged in December 2013 and tied the knot on July 4, 2014. Their ginger daughter was then born in September 2015 and was named Honey Krissy Wood.
Jesse Wood has two children- son Arthur Wood and Daughter Lola Wood from the previous relationship.
Fearne Cotton: Net Worth, Salary
Her net worth is estimated to be around $4 million while the figure on his annual salary is not shared with the public.
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Fearne Cotton: Career
Cotton’s career began early on when she was only 15 years old. That year in 1996, she began presenting children's program The Disney Club which she continued to do so until 2000.
Over the years she has worked for different shows such as ITV’s Draw Your Own Toons, Mouse. Similarly who worked for CBBC to present children's science program Eureka TV (2001), Finger Tips (2001-2003), Smile, The Saturday Show.
She also was co-presenter in shows targeted for an adult population such as Love Island (2006), The Xtra Factor (2007), Holly & Fearne Go Dating (2007), Celebrity Juice (2008-present), Isle of Wight Festival (2009), among others.
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Source: Instagram (Fearne Cotton)
With BBC, Books
Cotton joined BBC Radio 1 in September 2005 and from October 2007, she presented the radio’s, Chart Show. On 16 July 2009, she was chosen to be the presenter for Jo Whiley.
Fearne Cotton announced she was leaving BBC Radio 1 after she became pregnant with her second child.
In addition to being a presenter and a radio host, Fearne Cotton is also a writer. She has published several books namely- The Best Friends' Guide to Life (October 2010), Cook Happy Cook Healthy (June 2016), Calm: Working through Life's Daily Stresses to Find a Peaceful Centre (December 2017), Yoga Babies (September 2017), Cook. Eat. Love (June 2017), Happy: Finding Joy in Every Day and Letting Go of Perfect (February 2017).
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Fearne Cotton: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook
On social media handles including Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Fearne Cotton is followed by millions of followers. She also has a self-titled YouTube channel and an official website- officialfearnecotton.com.
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