Charlotte is an experienced TV presenter who currently anchors on ITVs breakfast show, Good Morning Britain which she joined upon its launch. She has appeared on a range of other TV shows including Celebrity Juice, Britain’s Got More Talent, Pointless and Tipping Point and is currently part of the presenting team for ITV Racing on major race days.
“Charlotte has interviewed… top celebrity names such as David Beckham, Oprah Winfrey, Sir Paul McCartney…”
Before joining ITV, Charlotte worked at Sky News for seven years on Sunrise with Eamonn Holmes. She also hosted Sky News at 9am with Charlotte Hawkins, her own daily show of breaking news and interviews. Charlotte anchored Sunrise live at the Olympics and presented coverage of the Diamond Jubilee and Royal Wedding. She also hosted Sky’s BAFTA’s show and presented live from LA on the Oscars red carpet.
Charlotte has interviewed not only a number of prominent politicians over the years, but also top celebrity names such as David Beckham, Oprah Winfrey, Sir Paul McCartney and Sir Elton John.
She recently featured as a presenter in the film Burnt with Bradley Cooper, and also made guest appearances as a newscaster for both Diversity and The Wanted on their tours. Every year Charlotte appears in cinemas around the world hosting broadcasts of Andre Rieu concerts and she also presented a documentary for Sky Arts called Andre Rieu: Behind the Music.
“weekly show on the UK’s most popular classical music station”
This year Charlotte has joined the Classic FM team, where she will have a weekly show on the UK’s most popular classical music station. Charlotte will be playing all the classics as well as new discoveries and young talent,
“More people are waking up to the fact that the classical music genre has got so much to offer, and I think you see a lot of artists mixing up the classical music with the modern tracks as well. I just think it’s so important for the younger generation”
Make sure you tune into Classic FM on Sundays 3-5pm!
Charlotte is passionate about travel and has had articles published in the Mail on Sunday, the Sunday Telegraph, the Independent on Sunday and Conde Nast Traveller Magazine.
She supports several charities and is Patron of Motor Neurone Disease Association after her father died from the disease in 2015. She is also Patron of the children’s charity Ellenor Hospice, and is a supporter of the Dogs Trust due to her rescue dog Bailey.
Charlotte is based in Surrey with her husband Mark, and their two year-old daughter Ella Rose.