We don't know the sex. or debate this issue live on our message boards. ‘We are fortunate that we still find the same things interesting and funny and we have very similar backgrounds. ‘I think it’s healthy that we are not in each other’s pockets all the time,’ she says. I have two daughters – a nine-year-old and a 26-year-old – and thank God they are growing up now when we have some fantastic role models out there and awareness of what women can achieve at 50, 60, 70, or 80, in fashion, literature, everything.
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‘You never know how things will work out until you are live on air.’, Live radio is Jo’s true love. She is gorgeous. Jo Whiley really does seem to be that mythical beast: the woman who has it all.
Jo Whiley, Actress: Love Actually. She thinks great radio DJs are born and not made, and grew up listening to Terry Wogan, Pete Murray and Jimmy Young on Radio 2. Whiley married music executive Steve Morton in July 1991 in Northampton. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future. When she got married it was wildly exciting,’ she says. So here's what the standards are. Blonde Jo, was wearing an 'I Slept with Chris Moyles' T-shirt during the hand over of her show, and joked with him that she was expecting his child, before later revealing that she is actually pregnant. I've eaten for England honestly - ridiculous amounts of food! ‘I have always had muscly swimmer’s shoulders, and I love the fact my daughters are strong.’. Theresa May livid as Gove addresses Brexit security fears, Tributes pour in for teacher who was beheaded near Paris, Guests left horrified after a zookeeper is mauled to death by bears, SAGE expert predicts tough Christmas but optimistic about vaccine. I don’t want to be a spindly little thing,’ she says. We meet at her home, a deliciously rock’n’roll barn conversion full of Bowie memorabilia and pictures by the graffiti artist Pure Evil, near Milton Keynes, where she lives with her husband of 27 years, band manager Steve Morton, and their children India, 26, Jude, 18, Cassius, 16, and Coco, nine.
‘Me and my dad were a bit exasperated about the kerfuffle my mum was making, until she said, “Don’t you understand: this is Frances’s wedding, because she won’t get married and she won’t have kids.”’. We meet as the debate on the BBC gender pay gap is raging. No comments have so far been submitted. This time round we are slumped on the giant pink sofa in the centre of their sprawling family home, being slobbered over by two huge, daft dogs.
), Jude is currently studying English and film at Brighton, while Cass wants a career in music, which causes his mother some angst. According to figures released by the BBC last year, Jo is currently on £150,000-£200,000 for presenting the evening show from 8-10pm five nights a week, while Mayo earns £350,000-£400,000 for the 5-7pm drive-time show.
"I'm announcing it now, but I'm too subtle aren't I?" middle-aged about DJ Jo Whiley, Jo at The Big Feastival with India, Cass, Jude Radio 1 DJ Jo Whiley announced live on air today that she's expecting her fourth child. Jo says that in the areas of sexism, ageism, pay and harassment, this past year ‘feels like a watershed moment. ‘I think [BBC director-general] Tony Hall is a good man and I think he is trying to change things, and that it will be addressed and there will be no disparity.
She has given birth to really beautiful daughter. magic of the Maldives, Joanna Trollope is tired of substandard men, and she’s not alone. She is also celebrity ambassador to Mencap which is a type of charity organization which motives to help people with learning difficulties. Born on 4 July 1965 in Northampton, Northamptonshire, England to Martin, an electrician, and … Even the big acts find it hard to sell records today and have to tour all the time.’. She has, she says, been ‘very, very lucky’ to have been given ‘lots and lots of opportunities’ in a career that has taken her from BBC Radio Sussex to booking bands on Channel 4’s The Word, to Radio 1, Top of the Pops and Radio 2. ‘They and my husband do all these things together, and I look at photos and feel I am missing out. There has been a shift in attitudes in society. There will be new and established bands, discussions of films, theatre and books, and the rest they will make up as they go along. I have not been there to read Coco bedtime stories for the past four years and that is really hard.’ (Coco has been consoled with the promise of an introduction to Ed Sheeran at some point. She added: "I'm a baby machine – there's an army of children in our family! £2.2 million- plus the BBC pays Chris Evans. Jo herself still swims, having competed for Northamptonshire as a girl, and visited a personal trainer recently to rebuild some muscle after friends told her she had lost weight. This is a party house: there’s vodka in the fridge and the huge inflatable gold Happy Birthday banner over the island in the kitchen island ‘has been up for a year’.