Regular readers swoon, I can say that now! But I do make time for Grand Designs because my father loves it and we have a good old bitch fest after each programme. I also made time this week to watch a taped episode of Property Ladder because it was all about a property in South Wales.
Using their credibility and stature, they raise valuable awareness, open doors to new opportunities and connections, and help with our fundraising and campaigning activities. They give up their precious time in order to set an example that people can follow. Of course, and as you can appreciate, these ambassadors are incredibly busy individuals and we are very careful about the amount of times we pull on their generosity.
Sarah Beeny has revealed that she used to flash her boobs at builders during her teenage years. The Property Ladder host admitted to being a rebellious teen and compared her school to St Trinian's. Meanwhile, we used to show our bosoms to the local builders and our mission was to snog boys," she told The Sun.
Then paint it pink - or if it is too big, light it. St Mary's Lighthouse was dramatically coloured bright fuchsia by North Tyneside Council throughout last October in support of charity. This year landmarks across the UK took part in the big light-up to support Breast Cancer Campaign's fashionable fundraiser, Wear It Pink day, which takes place today.
The television host opens up about family life and juggling her business empire. Curvy property queen Sarah Beeny presents an impressive facade to the world — practical, organised and, to men of a certain age, absolutely irresistible. But even a small step into the life of the woman who dishes out such sound advice reveals that her calm exterior is just a front.
I have an interview coming up with photographer and teller of women's tales, Laura Dodsworth, to coincide with the launch of her book. Meanwhile, read on for a sneak preview. I've spent many a happy half hour trying to match my chest to one here!
Sarah Beeny says her boobs are bigger than her head. The 'Property Ladder' presenter - who has three children with her husband Graham - said: "Everyone's obsessed with my boobs. When I was 15 I begged my father for a breast reduction because I was embarrassed.
Sarah Lucinda Beeny born 9 January is an English broadcaster and entrepreneur. Her clear talking, no nonsense approach has inspired generations and cemented a loyal fan base around the world. She also is a keen supporter of Brain Tumour Research, Cardboard citizens and various cancer charities.