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Fiona currently presents GMTV Today, Monday-Wednesday 7-8:38am.

After leaving the University of Birmingham with a B.A. (Hons) in English she started her career in independent radio working for local stations County Sound, Hereward Radio and Radio Mercury. Since 1997, she has been the main presenter on the ITV1 morning show, GMTV. She has also presented such programmes as OK!TV, Loose Women, Baby House and Room to Rent. She also voiced the character of Katie Current in the British release of Shark Tale.

She took place in the fourth series of Strictly Come Dancing with her professional partner Brendan Cole.

She currently writes an opinion column in The Daily Mirror on Saturdays, and supports Southampton FC.

She is involved in numerous charity organisations and is patron of Barnardos, Alzheimer`s Society, Age Concern, Richard House Children’s Hospice, Mildmay Mission Hospital.

Fiona is married to GMTV’s Editor, Martin Frizell. They have two sons, Nathanial, born on May 28th 1999 and Mackenzie, born on May 14th 2002.

Fiona Phillips’ Last Day On December 18th 2008, Fiona Phillips stepped down as presenter of GMTV, after 12 years in the role. Here are some images and video of Fi’s last day. Archive Images of Fiona (Played out on final day)

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