Melanie Sykes Children: Does Melanie Sykes Have Children?

Melanie Sykes Children

Melanie Sykes Children -Melanie Ann Sykes is a famous English television and radio presenter wo is also well known for co-hosting various shows including Today with Des and Mel with Des O’Connor, Let’s Do Lunch with Gino D’Acampo, and Shop Well For Less alongside Joanna Page on BBC One.

From May 2010 until March 2012, she co-hosted Going Out with Alan Carr on BBC Radio 2, and they both returned for Alan and Mel’s Summer Escape in 2017. Sykes previously hosted her own radio program on Capital FM and was a presenter for The A List, a national radio chart show.

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Additionally, Melanie Sykes has starred in a number of commercials for brands like Head & Shoulders shampoo, Matalan, Morrisons, Wynsors World of Shoes, and Churchill Insurance. She also collaborated with Hilary Boyd to write the 2006 book Blooming Beautiful: My Plan for Looking Great, Being Healthy, and Surviving Hormonal Havoc, Throughout Pregnancy and as a New Mum.

Sykes posed naked for the December 2011 edition of Esquire magazine and has her own line of underwear and lingerie with Debenhams. She created FRANK Magazine in June 2016, which is aimed at “open-minded women of all ages across the world.”

Sykes was diagnosed with autism in November 2021. She expressed that the diagnosis has provided her with a “greater insight into myself, my life, and the challenges I have faced.”

Melanie Sykes Children: Does Melanie Sykes Have Children?

Melanie Sykes has two sons. Her first son, Roman, was born in 2002, and her second son, Valentino, was born in 2004. Both children were born during her marriage to actor Daniel Caltagirone, whom she married in January 2001. After their divorce in June 2009, Sykes remarried to Jack Cockings in May 2013, but they divorced less than a year later in 2014. It is not known whether Sykes has had any more children since then.



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