|Born||Kirstie Mary Allsopp
31 August 1971
Hampstead, London, United Kingdom
|Occupation||TV presenter, businesswoman, journalist|
|Notable credit(s)||Location, Location, Location|
|Relatives||Baron Hindlip (father)
Sofie Allsopp (sister)
Cath Kidston (cousin)
Kirstie Mary Allsopp (born 31 August 1971) is a British television presenter, best known for her onscreen partnership with Phil Spencer, co-presenting Channel 4 property shows including Location, Location, Location, Relocation, Relocation and Location Revisited alongside Spencer.
She has also presented The Property Chain, Kirstie's Homemade Home, Kirstie's Handmade Britain and Kirstie's Best of Both Worlds, also for Channel 4.
Allsopp is the daughter of Charles Henry Allsopp, 6th Baron Hindlip, a former chairman of Christie's, by his marriage to Fiona Victoria Jean Atherley McGowan (1947–2014). She has a younger brother Henry, and two younger sisters, Sofie and Natasha. Due to her father's peerage, she is entitled to use the courtesy style The Honourable Kirstie Allsopp. Designer and businesswoman Cath Kidston is her cousin.
The ten schools she attended as a child  included St Clotilde's in Lechlade, Gloucestershire and Bedales, near Petersfield, Hampshire. After spending time in India teaching English, Allsopp returned to the UK and began a series of positions, working for Country Living and Food & Homes Magazine and her mother's business, Hindlip & Prentice Interiors, and studying at Christie's. Allsopp set up her own Home Search company, Kirmir, in 1996, focusing on top end purchases in Central and West London.
Since 2000, she has co-presented Location, Location, Location on Channel 4, it's spin-off Relocation, Relocation between 2004 and 2011 and Location Revisited, all alongside Phil Spencer. She has also hosted The Property Chain, Kirstie's Homemade Home and Kirstie's Handmade Britain, also for Channel 4.
In 2014, she presented Kirstie's Best of Both Worlds for Channel 4.
Her partner is property developer Ben Andersen, and they have two sons, born July 2006 and August 2008. She is also stepmother to her partner's two children from a previous relationship. They live in London. In 2009 they, along with another family, bought and restored a house in rural Devon called Meadowgate, which had been empty for 39 years. The restoration and interior decorating was the subject of the series "Kirstie's Homemade Home".  It was again the setting for her "Kirstie's Homemade Christmas" show showing people how to have an individual Christmas using second hand and homemade products such as wreaths from material found in the nearby wood.  In 2010 Allsopp was reported to be a Conservative Party supporter.
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- 'I don't know how I do it!'
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- Five minutes With: Kirstie Allsopp, BBC News Online, 22 May 2010
- Kirsty Allsopp: Class act, The Daily Telegraph, 25 September 2004
- Kirstie Allsopp Biography
- TV's Kirstie urges stamp duty axe, BBC News Online, 8 May 2008
- Thompson, Alice (11 April 2009). "Kirstie Allsopp’s new look as Tory adviser". London: The Times.
- "Five Minutes With: Kirstie Allsopp". BBC News. 22 May 2010.
- Kirstie Allsopp: no-nonsense, enthusiastic and exactly as she comes across on TV, The Daily Telegraph, 7 April 2009
- ThisIsNorthDevon - Kirstie Allsopp's rural retreat available for rent, 24 April 2009
- The Guardian - Kirstie's homemade Christmas: do not try this at home?, 9 December 2009
- Woods, Judith (16 February 2010). "Election 2010: The big fight for the support of celebrities". The Daily Telegraph (London).