A married man, the British presenter and author is best known for his work on the BBC programs Escape to the Country and Cash in the Attic.
Alistair Appleton the founder of Mindsprings Practice Space lives in Sussex with his wife Daniel Martin, whom he constantly mentions in his blog postings, and a pet dog.
Appleton Married To Daniel Martin
Appleton, a proud spouse, isn’t afraid to brag about his man online. The psychotherapist shared a sweet photo of his hubby knitting a poncho and conversing with the Mindsprings Practice Space’s international members on November 24, 2020.
Appleton is generally forthcoming about his personal life, but he hasn’t talked much about his relationship with Daniel. However, he constantly mentions his husband in the blog articles on his website and expresses gratitude for having such a kind and understanding partner.
Additionally, Daniel, a yoga instructor, helped Appleton with his online meditation program at Mindsprings during the COVID outbreak by giving up more than 300 yoga and meditation courses.
Additionally, the pair are enjoying their time together while sharing an antique French Sea captain’s cottage in Sussex’s Newhaven Port with their pet dog Ben.
Alistair Appleton Career and Net Worth
After earning a degree in English Literature from Gonville and Caius College, the 51-year-old began working as a journalist for the German television station Deutsche Welle.
After moving back to England, Appleton worked as a presenter for House Doctor, Rhona, Travel On, Garden Invaders, and his most well-known BBC programs Cash in the Attic and Escape To the Country, where he lasted the longest, from 2007 to 2017.
Additionally, he is a certified psychotherapist who runs the online meditation service Mindsprings. He is committed to assisting people in managing their anxiety through his individually designed meditation and yoga classes.
The TV presenter’s exact net worth is unknown, but it is safe to presume that he has amassed a sizeable sum through his successful career.
Speaks Out About The BBC Presenter, Kristien Digby’s Death
The well-known BBC host of the program To Buy Or Not To Buy, Kristien Digby, was discovered dead in his London home in 2010.
The host was found dead in his bed, only wearing his boxers and a garbage bag over his head. Ultimately, his death was classified as a “misadventure,” or unintentional self-suffocation, according to the autopsy report.
Appleton posted a homage to Digby on his social media page in response to the devastating loss, saying, “Kristian was a lovely, fascinating, complex, quite dazzling man. Without him, TV is straighter, drearier, and duller. I felt honored to have known him, to have spent time with him, and to have met him. It’s heartbreakingly, heartbreakingly sad.
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