Antiques Road Trip presenter Philip Serrell has been a regular face on the BBC for many years now, having also appeared on Bargain Hunt and Flog It!.
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But away from his television roles, the 67-year-old can be found at home in Worcester with his family. Want to know more? Keep reading…
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Who is Philip Serrell married to?
Philip has been happily married to his wife Briony for a number of years, although details on how and when they first met remain a mystery as Philip has never publicly spoken about his relationship.
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Philip's daughter Clementine and wife Briony
However, Philip's daughter recently opened up about Briony in a Mother's Day post on Instagram - and revealed her surprising nickname! Alongside a sweet snap of the two of them, she wrote: "My mum, known to many as Pub, and someone who I am so lucky to have. She's happiest with a car or a Shetland, or both, and cannot bake to save her life- my gran taught me how to bake. We always have SO much fun, laugh until I cry kind of fun."
Does Philip Serrell have children?
Philip and Briony welcomed their only daughter, Clementine, in 1988. Now 33, she works as a personal trainer and also has a cake business side hustle named Batch 22.
She made headlines a few years ago after she and her father spoke out about her eating disorder, which has plagued her most of her adult life. Phillip shared a photo of her from when she was 28 during the height of her illness in comparison to a more recent snap of her looking healthier.
Philip and his daughter Clementine
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Philip opened up about his daughter's struggle to the Mail Online back in 2016, saying: "As a dad, it's been very difficult, I've found it very hard to understand. I've spent 62 years enjoying eating, and it's very hard not to say, 'Just eat, it's easy.'"
He continued: "But Clementine has come through this on her own and I know she'd love to help others who are in a similar situation. Christmas is a very difficult time of year because people suffering with anorexia get booze and food shoved at them - and that's very hard to deal with."
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