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Lauren Laverne: A Look into the Presenter’s Personal Life as She Heads to Glastonbury



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Lauren Laverne, a versatile presenter known for her broadcasting, DJing, and singing skills, is gearing up to take on a prominent role at this year’s Glastonbury Festival.

Starting her broadcasting career with Play UK’s The Alphabet Show alongside Chris Addison, Laverne quickly rose to fame as she hosted various shows across different networks.

Her most notable role has been as a presenter for BBC Two’s Glastonbury Festival coverage, a position she continues to hold till date.

In addition to her television success, Laverne hosts a morning show on BBC Radio 6 and is the current host of the iconic radio program Desert Island Discs, taking over from Kirsty Young in 2018.

Laverne’s personal life shines as brightly as her career, as she has been happily married to her husband, Graeme Fisher, since 2005.

The couple’s love story began in the early 2000s when they worked together on a pop TV show, culminating in their romance blossoming on Valentine’s Day, leading to a lasting marriage.

Their family expanded with the arrival of their first son, Fergus, two years into marriage, and later with the birth of their second son, Mack, in 2010.

Laverne, in a rare glimpse into her private life, shared her hopes for her children to know that they are unconditionally loved for who they are and expressed her fears about losing loved ones as she ages.

This weekend, Laverne will lead the coverage from Worthy Farm at Glastonbury alongside fellow presenters Clara Amfo, Jack Saunders, and Jo Whiley, aiming to bring the festival experience to audiences at home.

Rachel Adams

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