By Chloe Morgan For Mailonline. The broadcaster, 37, from Middlesbrough, who has been working on new three-part series Easy Ways to Live Well alongside High Fearnley-Whittingstall, spoke out about the biggest health concern she wanted to improve. The broadcaster told how she's had to 'leg it to the loo' while live on TV due to the health condition. Pictured, Steph and Dan Walker. She continued: 'I assumed it was just something I was stuck with, until I learnt that eating fermented food and drinking things like kombucha could help. The programme focuses on quick and easy fixes that can help to improve our diet, fitness and mental well being, before the duo even try and test them out themselves. With expert advice from Dr Zoe Williams, Hugh and Steph speak with a whole host of families to tackle issues ranging from stress and constant snacking, to gut health. Steph says she will certainly start applying the knowledge she's learnt to her everyday life. The BBC broadcaster was pregnant with her daughter, who was born in November , while filming. The business journalist, who also hosts the BBC's Watchdog, had the baby with her girlfriend, who is a television executive.
BBC presenter from Middlesbrough claims she gets abuse from viewers because of her northern accent
She is also the main host of the morning show BBC Breakfast and sometimes co-hosts the show with other journalists too. Her skills, confidence, and degree soon helped her in becoming a TV presenter, co-working in shows with other established journalists. Currently, she has a huge popularity and her K followers on Twitter is a strong sign of that. Likewise, she is also popular of Instagram where you can stay updated with her latest news, activities as well as photos and videos. She was born in a middle-class family, and it is believed that she has got Northern Irish ethnicity as her speaking tone reflects the same. Not much is known about her childhood life and family, and that she was educated at the Kader Primary School after which she studied at the Macmillan City Technology College. She initially studied designs and wanted to become an Engineer, and was also very good at it. With a talented brain and humble personality, Steph is this smart and well-behaved woman; a proper lady.
By Mark Duell. She added that she encountered prejudice from bosses before she landed her on-screen role. Sad, but true. It means that I regularly get abuse about it. All presenters deal with that. What's scary is the ignorance about what having a regional accent means. The presenter's first job at the BBC was as a part-time researcher on now-defunct technology programme Tomorrow's World, which she did while studying science at University College London.
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