Wife of David Dickinson: Is David Dickinson Married? | Television & Radio | Showbiz and television

David Dickinson is a household name for fans of daytime TV shows such as Bargain Hunt and Dickinson’s Real Deal. The star moved to ITV following his stint on the BBC’s antique game show. Express.co.uk has everything you need to know to find out if the presenter is married.

Is David Dickinson married?

David Dickinson hosted the BBC’s bargain hunt for four years between 2000 and 2004.

Since 2006, he has hosted his own antiques program, Dickinson’s Real Deal.

The 80-year-old has shown no signs of retiring from the showbiz world anytime soon.

He candidly revealed some details about his past and his family.

The presenter is married to Lorne Lesley and the couple married in 1968.

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The comedian revealed:[David is] married to one of my first cousins. I saw him at a funeral, on the other side of the grave.”

David explained how he met his wife on his website, saying: “Lorne is half African and half Welsh and hails from Tiger Bay, as does Shirley Bassey.

“Lorne is very glamorous, a strikingly charming woman, and she has more talent in her little finger than I do in my whole body!

“When I met Lorne Lesley I was working in the textile industry but I was ready for a career change and as I got to know Lorne better we decided I should become his manager.

“Together we traveled the world. It was around this time that my interest in antiques began to blossom.”

Dickinson’s Real Deal airs on ITV weekdays at 2pm.

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