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Charlie also writes her own blog, Real Girl Ramblings and blogs weekly for Babycentre. During my degree in Communications at Leicester University I became features editor on the uni newspaper and also contributed to other student magazines.
I became interested in broadcasting as well so applied to City University in London to do a postgrad in Broadcast Journalism and was accepted.
You just have to find new ways to slot them into your life. My mum says I was born talking and I haven’t stopped since.
Being on a breakfast show was a huge privilege because I got to talk to people busy in their own lives every day. I like to reach out to people through shared experience – whether it’s talking about walking around with baby sick in my hair or writing openly about our struggles to have a baby.
I worked my way up to Regional News Editor but later caught the presenting bug and went on to co-present the breakfast show for four years.
And I have never laughed so much as I did during that time! From introducing Olly Murs onto stage in front of a crowd of thousands to announcing my pregnancy on air to my listeners and being nominated for a top award. Jay was working at Heart South Coast and I was at Heart Kent and we were both doing the breakfast shift. We moved in together after three months, now have a son and are getting married next year. We plan to have the blue bird symbol incorporated into our wedding somehow! I’ve worked since I was 15 years old and can’t imagine just stopping.
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Do their living rooms not also look like a bad version of those soft play places?! I’m also working on a completely non-media business idea that I’d like to see actually happening. In terms of vlogging – The Saccone Jolys really inspire me.