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Mostue with two cats Photo: Eirik Newth
28 March 1968
|Occupation||Celebrity Veterinary surgeon, Television presenter|
|Years active||1996- present|
|Known for||Apperaring on the BBC Docu-soaps 'Vet school' and 'Vets in practice'|
Vets in practice
|Partner(s)||Howard Thomas (2001-2006)|
|Children||Frøya Molly (born 2002)
Erik Delme (born 2003)
Hilda Nellie (born 2005)
Trude Mostue (born 28 March 1968) is a Norwegian celebrity veterinary surgeon and television presenter.
In 1996 she became well known after appearing in the BBC docu-soap Vet School, and the subsequent Vets in Practice. Since the end of the series in 2002, she has appeared in a variety of British documentaries relating to animals, and presented the wildlife programmes Vets in the Wild and Britain's Worst Pets, as well as appearing on such programmes as Holiday and Through the Keyhole. In 2006 she appeared in Skal vi danse, the Norwegian version of Strictly Come Dancing. She is now the co-owner, with a friend, of a veterinary clinic in Norway.
She became engaged to Howard Thomas in 2001 and they had three children together, Frøya Molly (born 2002), Erik Delme (born 2003) and Hilda Nellie (born 2005). She split from Thomas in October 2006.
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