The marriage lasted two years before they divorced.Hill then began dating fellow Live & Kicking TV presenter Trey Farley.
In 2004, she appeared on the Channel 4 reality TV show, The Games, in which she came overall second in the female contenders, winning five out of the seven required disciplines.She co-presented the concert held in Trafalgar Square where the host of the 2012 Olympics was announced, for which London was a candidate.When London was announced as the victor, Hill was seen cheering and shouting with joy with Olympian Kelly Holmes.Hill has two siblings, an elder brother Simon and a younger sister Naomi. Edward's Church of England School in Romford, London, and worked in a record shop before she started presenting.Hill worked for free at the local radio station BBC Essex, to gain the experience required to become a presenter.On 23 June 1995, Hill joined the Children's BBC TV programme Blue Peter and left on 19 June 2000.
Her assignments included living in Mongolia with a family for a week, training with the England football squad for a World Cup special, joining the Cirque du Soleil and making things from yoghurt pots and sticky-backed plastic.
Law graduate Miss Mc Vey, who was privately educated at Belvedere Girls’ School, in Liverpool, modelled for the saucy photo shoot in 1999, soon after landing the spot on the GMTV sofa that made her a household name.
She did a four-month stint on the breakfast programme alongside Eamonn Holmes while his co-presenter Fiona Phillips was on maternity leave – and declared at the time that she was celibate because the 3.45am starts were not conducive to ‘rumpy pumpy’.
She has had relationships with BBC producer Mal Young and Conservative Culture Minister Ed Vaizey, but has never married and is currently single.
She now shares a London flat with fellow Tory MP Philip Davies, although the pair insist their relationship is strictly platonic.
She is the face of Arm & Hammer and has already done three campaigns for the company.