Dr Hilary Jones is a regular on Good Morning Britain and Lorraine and has over 30 years of experience in show business, providing medical advice to viewers
Dr. Hilary Jones became a mainstay on national TV thanks to his long stint on GMTV throughout the 1990s.
Most recently, he’s been on Good Morning Britain during the coronavirus pandemic to ease any fears of unknown symptoms and risks during muscle-locking with a calming effect.
He regularly appeared on Good Morning Britain and Lorraine alongside the likes of Susanna Reid, Kate Garraway and Lorraine Kelly.
Despite over 30 years of experience in the show business and his recognizable face, Dr Hilary could easily have left the quiet life in Edenbridge, rural Kent with his celebrity wife. In its own right, report. KentLive.
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The UK’s most beloved doctor has a career in medicine, with his father also an NHS GP.
He told The Telegraph: “My father was an NHS GP in the days when they worked around the clock and made very little money, so money was always tight. While the food was in the cupboards and the roof over your head was always there. is what’s given, anything. else on top of that is a bit of a luxury.”
Doctor Hilary’s career and background is rarely mentioned despite his long existence on the small screen.
A career in medicine
Despite the financial difficulties his father faced in the industry, Dr. Hilary undauntedly pursued a career in medicine. He attended Latymer Upper School on the banks of the River Thames before qualifying as a medical doctor at the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead in 1976.
He held various positions in the medical field, including being the sole paramedic on Tristan da Cunha, a group of islands in the South Atlantic Ocean, in 1978. After his return United Kingdom, Dr. Hilary became a junior doctor at Basingstoke Hospital and from 1982 onwards, a full-time general practitioner in the Basingstoke area.
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Dr. Hilary had her first television role with GMTV in 1989, becoming a Health and Medical Advisor from 1993 onwards. He is responsible for covering emerging medical stories as well as informing viewers about common medical issues, including weight loss, contraception, surgery, and cancer, and he continues to have continued to perform these duties ever since.
Dr. Hilary retained his position as the nation’s doctor when GMTV was replaced by Daybreak and Lorraine in 2010 and when Daybreak became Good Morning Britain in 2014. His role became even more important in the scene. coronavirus pandemic, when he appears on the show every morning to keep the public up to date with the latest medical advice.
It is this dedication and hard work that has earned him the MBE award for providing an important reassuring voice during stressful times for many. He is usually seen first thing in the morning when he explores myths and goes through the latest round of tutorials.
But Good Morning Britain is not the only television appearance in which Dr Hilary has appeared throughout her career. Dr Hilary also co-presented The Health Show with Terry Wogan, presented the weekly Loud & Clear social action program for three years, and appeared as panelist in the 2002 ‘docucomedy’ series by Dave Gorman’s important Astrology Experiment.
He has also regularly discussed medical issues on Steve Wright’s BBC Radio 2 program since 2000. In addition to his television and radio appearances, the renowned family doctor also serves as a consultant. health for the HealthExpress online clinic, where he hosts several video health tips, and the live ‘Twitter Clinic’, which provides tailored information on a wide range of health questions asked by the public fabricate.
And if he hasn’t been busy enough, Dr. Hilary has also tried her hand at writing – writing a weekly column for News of the World until the paper’s closure in July 2011. He continues. Answers to readers’ health issues in Rosemary Conley’s diet and Fitness Journal, and edits and contributes to his own journal Family Wellness with Dr. Hilary Jones.
Dr. Hilary has also written a number of health-related books of his own, with his first novel A Day In Your Life reaching number six in the top ten bestsellers in hardcover non-fiction. In fact, Dr. Hilary became a celebrity following his television career, to the point where he even starred in the fifth series of Dancing on Ice and appeared in an episode of The Chase. Celebrity Special.
His famous wife Dee
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Away from the TV, Dr. Hilary is happily married to his wife Dee Thresher, a famous health and fitness expert.
They met in 2008 while working for GMTV before starting dating in 2009. They got married in 2016.
Dee is actually Dr. Hilary’s third wife – prior to their marriage, he was married to Anne Marie Vives, with whom he has two sons, Tristan and Sebastian, and Sarah Harvey, witness him. welcomes twins Samantha and Rupert, and son Dylan.
Dee has two children from a previous relationship.
His home is in Edenbridge
Dr. Hilary and Dee is much more than the glitz and glamor of showbiz life. The couple live in an “odd” home in Edenbridge with their springtime Harley spaniel.
While the doctor kept his home life away from his social media channels, the star spoke a little bit about the personality and charm of his home, which he and his wife do. “favourite”.
Dr. Hilary previously said: “It’s just old and nothing is in a straight line, and nothing classy.” It’s a nightmare to decorate, but we just love the house. “
He added: “I’m pretty good at maintenance, I always have a project. Dee does all the cooking because I don’t really get into the kitchen! She’s Cypriot and cooks some great food. great.”
Their quiet life was shaken slightly last October when anti-vaxe protesters stood outside his home and began shouting over loudspeakers. It remains unclear whether Dr Jones, 68, was actually at home at the time without any reaction to the protesters’ provocative actions.
Dr. Hilary is also a patron of the Meningitis Research Foundation, the Lauren Currie Twilight Fund, the Pancreatic Cancer Action Foundation and has also supported a range of other charities in her spare time.
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https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/gmbs-dr-hilary-jones-quiet-27107543 The quiet life of GMB's Dr. Hilary Jones in rural Kent with his famous wife