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Chloe Madeley has almost as much star power as her television icon parents, Richard and Judy – but what about her publicity shy siblings?Iconic television duo Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan have been a staple to British TV screens for years, first presenting This Morning and then the adored chat show Richard & Judy.They met in 1982 when Richard, 65, joined Granada to present alongside Tony Wilson and Judy, 73.

At the time, both of them were married – Judy to David Henshaw and Richard to his first wife Lynda.After divorcing their previous partners, the couple married in 1986 in Manchester.The couple are devoted parents to their two children, Chloe and Jack Madeley.

Judy also shares twins Tom and Ben with her first husband David.Richard and Judy are one of the most recognisable couples to grace our TV screens, but who are the couple's children?Chloe Madeley, 34, was born in Manchester, before going to school in northwest London.The youngest sibling was entirely unplanned, being conceived only “months” after her brother, Jack, was born.Speaking on The Happy Mum Happy Baby podcast with Giovanna Fletcher, Richard revealed: “I look at Chloe as if she was a sort of accident and she was conceived only a few months...

when Jack was only a few months old.”When Jack was six months old, the pair tied the knot at a Manchester registry office, completely unaware Judy was already pregnant with Chloe.Chloe has enjoyed a varied career so far, with roles including TV presenter, freelance journalist and model.She has also appeared on reality shows such as Celebrity Quitters, Dancing On Ice and The Jump.In 2013, she founded, a website dedicated to fitness advice, tips and success stories.Chloe's partner is also a.

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