Fern, Paperback book

Fern: My Story[Paperback]

by Fern Britton

4.00 out of 5 (1 ratings)

Penguin Books Ltd 
Publication Date:
04 June 2009 
Biography: Arts & Entertainment 


The much-loved TV star Fern Britten tells her story for the first time in her "Sunday Times" bestselling memoir. For years now, Fern Britton has been widely loved as the presenter of "Ready Steady Cook", and, more recently, co-presenter of "This Morning" with Philip Schofield. Never one to shy away from a good laugh or cry on national TV, she has none-the-less never talked about herself to the public, preferring to keep her private life private. Her warmth and humour, empathy and compassion, have made her feel like a best friend to millions on a daily basis, but no one knows the woman behind the sparkling smile. Now, for the first time, she is going to tell her story. And it is one that will strike a chord with women everywhere. Life as a child was not always easy, and she faced private and public challenges with her personal life, appearance and her career as she climbed the ladder to fame. Now a full-time working mum, with a very happy marriage to her second husband Phil Vickery, she is at the top of her game, and ready to tell it like it is. So put your feet up and get ready for a great read with Fern Britten. Fern Britten grew up in Buckinghamshire, and started her career on Westward Television, before moving to GMTV and "Ready Steady Cook". She later co-presented "This Morning" with Philip Schofield, and has become a much sought after presenter for shows including "Have I Got News For You", "Soap Star Superstar" and "Celebrity Mr and Mrs". She recently wowed audiences with her performance on "Strictly Come Dancing". She lives in Buckinghamshire with her husband Phil Vickery and their four children.

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  • A nice perspective of Fern's life. I enjoyed the humor and memories captured from a young age up to present day.Well written and gives an also insight into life behind the camera.

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