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Weather presenter Carol Kirkwood, 59, tends to keep details about her love life private, but has spoken in depth about her mystery partner in a new interview. The BBC Breakfast star said her partner is “very romantic” and often leaves love notes around the house.
She gushed: “He is very kind and very funny – he’s always making me laugh. And extremely handsome, as well!
“He always makes me a cup of tea before I go to work in the morning, which is very romantic – it’s 2.45am!
“And he often leaves me a little love note for when I come home from work. That, to me, is worth a million red roses.”
Speaking to Prima Magazine, she added that while she is unsure of a second marriage, he is the “best thing that’s ever happened to me”.
In 2016, Carol teased she had started dating somebody.
She told Express: “I’m very happy in my relationship status at the moment. I’m not single!”
Her new romance came following her stint on Strictly Come Dancing in 2015.
On the show, she danced with the show’s former professional Pasha Kovalev.
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During this period, she said she would love to find the one for her.
She told The Mirror: “I absolutely believe in marriage – if you’re married to the person who is your soulmate and the person who you want to spend the rest of your life with.”
Carol was married to ex-husband Jimmy from 1990 to 2008.
Following their split, she said she “found” herself as a new single woman.
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She told Radio Times: “I started to do things and to think, ‘I’m not going to say no, I’m going to say yes!’”
The presenter discussed her partner following the release of her first book Under A Greek Moon.
She said writing the novel was easy as she is a “die-hard romantic”.
Carol previously teased that her book will be filled with “love, scandal and secrets”.
She added: “I am delighted to be working with HarperCollins.
“They are such an enthusiastic, professional and fun publisher who have made me feel at home right from the start.
“This is my first foray into writing and I could not wish for a better partnership and look forward to it being a lasting one!”
BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.
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