The 38-year-old TV presenter and mother-of-three announced the separation on her social media account.
The 51-year-old TV presenter chose to celebrate her body with a pre-mastectomy topless photo.
The TV presenter has a six centimetre tumour in her left breast, and must have her lymph node tissue checked to find out if the disease has spread.
The TV presenter admitted he had been in denial for some time about his hearing loss.
Anita Rani has spoken about the importance of writing her autobiography for the women of her mother's generation who 'can't speak for themselves'.
Anita Rani's autobiography explores her experience of self-harming as a teenager, and she has revealed the journey which brought her to putting it into the book.
Anita Rani has spoken out about the time she was called a P-word in the pub with work friends and how it was a 'real catalyst' behind her decision to write her autobiography.
The 'Countryfile' presenter was sent home by judges following the semi-final dance off in 2015 and admits the loss still hurts.
People were upset to see images of dairy cows that are being kept confined to their barn for most of the year.
Actor Laurence Fox has branded the BBC a “corrupt organisation that sows division” and calls for it to be defunded
The TV presenter discovered a lump at the start of lockdown but delayed seeking medical help because of the coronavirus pandemic.
TV presenter Rylan Clark-Neal has declared war on Countryfile after the BBC nature show seemingly slagged him off on Twitter. The star took to social media to share a screenshot of a tweet that read: “@bbuk @channel5_tv @Rylan I’d rather watch @BBCCountryfile to be honest. The tweet had been favourited by Countryfile’s official social media page in the screenshot, with Rylan playfully captioning the post with: “Hark at them! Game on @BBCCountryfule … Meeeeeeaaaaaooooowwwww” alongside a whole load of animal emojis.
Hosts interviewed a victim and stars of BBC Radio 4 series The Archers involved in an abuse storyline. Countryfile’s Twitter feed insisted it was an important rural issue. The Archers had told of a once independent Helen Titchener who became an insecure wreck at the hands of her psychotically controlling and sexually abusive husband Rob.