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Inside the life of the TV host Sophie Morgan: What we know about her marital status and children

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Over the years, Sophie Morgan has established herself as one of the leading TV presenters in the UK. Apart from being a panelist on Loose Women, she is also known for hosting Channel 4’s coverage of Crufts.

Sophie Morgan, born on February 24, 1985, in Crowborough, East Sussex, moved to Moray in Scotland with her family during her childhood. In addition to her television work, Sophie invented the Mannequal, a wheelchair for mannequins in clothing shops. She has been a strong advocate for disability representation.

At the age of 18, shortly after receiving her A-level results, Sophie was involved in a car accident while driving between parties in Elgin, Scotland. The car, carrying four of her friends, overturned, resulting in minor injuries to her friends but leaving Sophie with a fractured back, nose, and skull. Reflecting on the incident, Sophie admitted to driving recklessly and being distracted. The crash left her paralyzed from the ribs down, confining her to a wheelchair.

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Despite the challenges she faced, Sophie remained resilient and determined. She participated in various TV shows like Beyond Boundaries, Britain’s Missing Top Model, and Licence To Kill. Sophie also showcased Stella McCartney designs for Adidas and reported for several programs like Horizon, The One Show, and Channel 4 News.

Sophie’s TV career extended to sports presenting, where she covered the Paralympics in 2012 and 2016. She co-hosted The Superhuman Show and reported on the IPC Swimming European Championships. Sophie also presented Channel 4’s coverage of the Summer Paralympics in Tokyo and became a presenter for Crufts since 2022.

While Sophie is not married and does not have children, she is in a relationship with Tom, an acupuncturist, since 2013. Sophie continues to break barriers and challenge stereotypes, emphasizing the importance of representation and inclusion for people with disabilities.

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Cecelia Chintoh
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I'm Cecelia Chintoh, a Ghanaian blogger with many years of experience in the field of journalism. I'm an Editor at Ghanafuo.com, and currently the Lifestyle and Entertainment Editor at iGhanaian.com. I love to write about random stuff, but particularly about my lifestyle and opinions.
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