The Strictly host shares three kids with husband Kris Thykier

Strictly Come Dancing host Claudia Winkleman likes to maintain her household out of the highlight, and infrequently speaks about them in interviews. However over the weekend, the mother-of-three gave a revealing perception into her relationship along with her kids and her very down-to-earth way of life. Claudia shares kids Jake, 16, Matilda, 12, and Arthur, seven, along with her movie director husband Kris Thykier, and joked that she’s a bit an excessive amount of of a hands-on mum for his or her liking. “I want to cuddle them all the time. They find everything I do embarrassing, but that’s my job, and I take it seriously,” she advised The Mirror. Claudia additionally revealed that she hopes that her kids do not observe her path and carve out a profession in showbiz. “I hope not and I would not accept it,” she replied when requested. “I don’t think they do; they don’t really know what I do for a living.”

Claudia Winkleman shares three kids with husband Kris Thykier

Surprisingly, Claudia additionally revealed that regardless of her profitable profession, she solely really works at some point every week for almost all of the yr. “Please don’t tell anyone, but I’m not busy at all,” she stated. “I only work on Saturdays, the rest of the week I’m home. The other day somebody said to me, ‘You’re so busy!’ and I was like ‘What are you talking about?’ I’m working today, and the next job in my diary is in August.” The star continued: “I don’t want to be doing anything else, I just want to be with my family. My eldest is doing GCSEs, so I’m slightly on homework duty. I bought a laminating machine, I’m very interested in preparing a timetable.”


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Claudia additionally opened up about her good household day along with her husband and her kids, which might contain every little thing from a roast dinner to a recreation of bridge. “I would start with everyone piling into our bed in the morning, that’s my favourite thing in the world. Then there would be roast chicken, a gentle stroll and a family movie. Me and my husband are obsessed with bridge, so we’ve just taught the kids baby bridge and we have games nights all the time,” she stated.


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