Charlie Stayt had a thriving broadcasting career, working on Sky News, ITN and Channel 5 before heading to the BBC. Regular viewers love to see him take over hosting duties for the latter part of the week alongside Naga Munchetty and has once acted as a back-up when a colleague is unable to go live on the iconic red sofa. Here’s everything Express.co.uk knows about Charlie Stayt’s life away from the cameras.
Who is BBC Breakfast presenter Charlie Stayt married to?
BBC Breakfast star Charlie Stayt is married to Anne Breckell, believed to be around 60, the same age as her husband.
Charlie and Anne married in 1995, but the couple are very private and share few or no details about their personal lives with the public.
It is therefore not known when or how they met or what their marriage was like.
Charlie started his career around the time they got married, landing a job with Five News on Channel 5 as a reporter.
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Although the details of their relationship have been kept under wraps, it is believed that Anne has a very important job.
It was reported that she is a director of a global company, but no clues were given as to what industry she is in.
Charlie and Anne gave birth to daughter Phoebe in 1997 and son Jake three years later.
The family of four now reside in Twickenham, London, with their cat.
Charlie originally joined the cast as a relief presenter in 2006 and since 2008 has also worked as a weekend presenter for the morning show.
When Dan left the BBC, Charlie was used as a stand-in for major weekday shows before the role was taken on permanently by Jon Kay.
Charlie now hosts BBC Breakfast, Thursday to Saturday, with presenter Naga Munchetty at his side.
As fans know all too well, the presenters have been no strangers to minor disagreements over the years.