This Morning's Cat Deeley and Patrick Kielty's surprising bedroom arrangement revealed

Patrick Kielty and Cat Deeley pose together
Patrick Kielty and Cat Deeley at the launch of a new fragrance brand (Getty)

Cat Deeley has opened up about the impact her job since joining This Morning has had on her marriage with husband Patrick Kielty.

During a chat with her co-host Ben Shephard this week, the pair were discussing whether separate bedrooms are the secret to a happy marriage.

Patrick Kielty and Cat Deeley standing together
Cat Deeley has opened up about her marriage to Patrick Kielty (Getty)

The conversation stemmed from a discussion with TV personality Linda Lusardi and married couple Emma and Kevin, who sleep in different rooms, leaving Cat to divulge she and her husband sleep in different beds on certain nights of the week.

"It's one of those things that because of our schedule here [This Morning], from Monday to Thursday I sleep in the guest bedroom," she shared.

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"And the rest of the time I'm back because otherwise I get up at 5am and I want to fall asleep earlier."

In agreement, Linda responded: "Well that's logistics, you've got an odd job that makes you get up early. You have to! But I do think if you can sleep together why not."

Cat, 47, and Patrick, 53, have been since September 2012, just four months after the pair went public with their romance. They are now parents to two sons, Milo, eight, and James, five.

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Cat joined This Morning earlier this year (Ken McKay/ITV/Shutterstock)

When Cat joined This Morning as a permanent host in February, she opened up about the juggle of raising two young sons while keeping up a successful career in TV.

Speaking to HELLO!, Cat admitted: "I drop the ball all the time. I'm exactly the same as everybody else. I do the juggle – the juggle is real, the struggle is real. "We're all just trying to make everything work. It's all a juggle; it's juggling the things that make you feel good."

Her boys were Cat's motivating factor in making the move from LA, where she lived for 14 years, back to London.

"We had always thought: 'Our boys have grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins they adore, and they adore them right back'. It's such a special moment in time and you don’t get those times back," she explained.