Sally Meen

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Sally Meen (born 13 June 1965), is an English television presenter.[1]

Meen has a degree in Catering and Institutional Management, and latterly qualifications in Art and Design. Her TV career started out on TSW, before becoming a weather presenter on GMTV. She then moved to become the hostess for two years on BBC TV's Jim Davidson's The Generation Game in 1995.

She has presented on Talk Radio and 963 Liberty Radio (London), as well as appearing on satellite TV stations: TV Travel Shop, Thomas Cook TV, Carlton Food Network.

Personal life[edit]

Meen has bought and restored houses as well as designing for others. She also speaks fluent French.

She became engaged to Caron Keating's widower Russ Lindsay on Christmas Day 2005. The couple married on 4 September 2006 at Great Fosters Hotel in Egham, Surrey. Caron and Russ' two sons, Charlie and Gabriel, were pageboys at the ceremony.

Sally gave birth to daughter Tilly Jennifer Lindsay on 14 March 2008. She weighed 5 lbs, 13 ½ oz. Sally and Russ welcomed second daughter Flora Lottie into the world on 8 July 2010. Flora weighed in at a healthy 6lb 9oz.

Her half brother is British actor Matthew Goode.

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