Asked By: Simon Johnson Date: created: Jun 05 2023

Is Dr Amir on GMTV married

Answered By: Bryan Carter Date: created: Jun 07 2023

He previously revealed that he is proud to be single and that he has been focusing more on his career. He also stated that he doesn’t need a wife or children to be happy. However is a very hands-on uncle to his nieces and nephews.

Asked By: Kyle Morris Date: created: Jun 21 2023

What happened to Dr Amir Khan

Answered By: George Cook Date: created: Jun 24 2023

Comedy | Bloomsbury Theatre 18th May 2023 19:30 Tickets: Band A – £32, Concessions £31 Band B – £30, Concessions £29 Band C – £25, Concessions £24 Dr Amir Khan: Doctor In The House Join everyone’s favourite family doctor, Dr Amir Khan, for a fascinating, heart-warming, and frequently hilarious evening as he shares stories about growing up in his British Asian family with 5 sisters, ruled by Mama Khan, and his life as a general practitioner.

  1. Live on stage, Dr Amir will detail his journey to becoming a doctor – something he never wanted to do, preferring to become a vet.
  2. But how many Asian vets do you see? None right.
  3. And how many Asian doctors do you see? Bloody loads.
  4. Influenced by his mother, Amir applied to study medicine, and the rest, as they say, is history; after appearing on GPs Behind Closed Doors, he is currently ITV’s Lorraine and Good Morning Britain doctor, the host of Channel 5’s You Are What You Eat, and author of bestselling book, The Doctor Will See You Now.

He’ll share funny, emotional, and downright bizarre stories of patient encounters, painting a profoundly revealing portrait of healthcare in twenty-first century Britain. Years of underfunding and lack of staff have brought the NHS to crisis point and Dr Amir will argue why it should be saved, before it’s too late.

Finally, Dr Amir will bring the doctors surgery to you, taking questions from the audience and tackling seemingly personal and often challenging subjects in a relaxed and practical manner, offering advice – from sleeping issues and headaches, to joint pain and heart palpitations. This promises to be an entertaining, informative, and liberating evening.

Don’t miss this opportunity to spend an evening with Dr Amir Khan as he reminds us just how special the NHS really is. Age guidance: 12+ This event will include detailed discussion of certain sensitive medical conditions. Running time: 2 hours, inc. interval To book accessible seating, please e-mail [email protected] or call us on 020 3108 1000 Coming to see us? Get directions to: Bloomsbury Theatre & Studio Dr Amir Khan: Doctor In The House https://www.ucl.ac.uk/event-ticketing/app/?ev=22232 Tickets: Band A – £32, Concessions £31 Band B – £30, Concessions £29 Band C – £25, Concessions £24 Join everyone’s favourite family doctor, Dr Amir Khan, for a fascinating, heart-warming, and frequently hilarious evening as he shares stories about growing up in his British Asian family with 5 sisters, ruled by Mama Khan, and his life as a general practitioner.

Bloomsbury Theatre UCL Culture Comedy public Current Students https://twitter.com/DrAmirKhanGP Dr Amir Khan: Doctor In The House Join everyone’s favourite family doctor, Dr Amir Khan, for a fascinating, heart-warming, and frequently hilarious evening as he shares stories about growing up in his British Asian family with 5 sisters, ruled by Mama Khan, and his life as a general practitioner.

Live on stage, Dr Amir will detail his journey to becoming a doctor – something he never wanted to do, preferring to become a vet. But how many Asian vets do you see? None right. And how many Asian doctors do you see? Bloody loads. Influenced by his mother, Amir applied to study medicine, and the rest, as they say, is history; after appearing on GPs Behind Closed Doors, he is currently ITV’s Lorraine and Good Morning Britain doctor, the host of Channel 5’s You Are What You Eat, and author of bestselling book, The Doctor Will See You Now.

He’ll share funny, emotional, and downright bizarre stories of patient encounters, painting a profoundly revealing portrait of healthcare in twenty-first century Britain. Years of underfunding and lack of staff have brought the NHS to crisis point and Dr Amir will argue why it should be saved, before it’s too late.

Finally, Dr Amir will bring the doctors surgery to you, taking questions from the audience and tackling seemingly personal and often challenging subjects in a relaxed and practical manner, offering advice – from sleeping issues and headaches, to joint pain and heart palpitations.

  • This promises to be an entertaining, informative, and liberating evening.
  • Don’t miss this opportunity to spend an evening with Dr Amir Khan as he reminds us just how special the NHS really is.
  • Age guidance: 12+ This event will include detailed discussion of certain sensitive medical conditions.
  • Running time: 2 hours, inc.

interval To book accessible seating, please e-mail [email protected] or call us on 020 3108 1000 Thursday, May 18, 2023 – 19:30 to 21:30 Bloomsbury Theatre Event Bloomsbury Theatre and Studio Bloomsbury Theatre and Studio 15 Gordon St London WC1H 0AH United Kingdom, GB

Where does Dr Amir live?

TV’s Dr Amir Khan on the power of ‘green prescribing’ When it comes to sharing advice with his patients, TV’s Dr is all about walking the walk. Or in his case – running the run. “I go for a run every morning before work,” says Khan, who regularly appears on ITV’s and Lorraine shows and is a GP in inner-city, where he grew up.

  • I’m very lucky because where I live in Yorkshire, we’ve got parks and fields I can run through.
  • I’m a full-time GP – it’s a very busy, very stressful job, particularly now with the demands put on the NHS, but running helps clear my mind.
  • It sets me up for the day.
  • I’ve got that boost of serotonin at the start of the day, and that’s going to see me through.” Wildlife encounters are an added bonus for the British- doctor, whose 2020 book – The Doctor Will See You Now: The highs And lows Of My Life An An NHS GP – became a Sunday Times bestseller.

“I see badgers, foxes and deer and sometimes when I go out at dawn, I can see owls. I come back absolutely buzzing,” he enthuses. “I think that is amazing. Because I grew up in inner-city Bradford, where we didn’t have a garden, we didn’t have access to these things, I only really saw these animals in books, and now to be able to see them in real life is incredible.

“It’s very exciting, and really in keeping with the stuff I talk about,” says Khan, who is very keen on social and green prescribing – the idea of healthcare professionals ‘prescribing’ things such as walking in nature, or joining a community group, to help people manage their physical and mental health. Khan works as a full-time GP alongside his TV career (Amanda Allen Photography/Handout/PA) “I think it’s really important,” he says, pointing out that this isn’t meant to be a replacement for other forms of therapy and treatment, but a part of the picture that’s perhaps been missing.

“Social prescribing and general prescribing actually go hand-in-hand. It’s not an either/or situation – it’s something we generally bolt on to other options. It’s that kind of holistic approach to patient care, whether it’s physical or mental health we’re looking after – I think for too long it was just a case of, ‘Right, here are some pills’, or ‘Here’s some talking therapy’ and let’s see how you get on.

“Green prescribing falls under that umbrella of social prescribing, plugging people into local green activities or outdoor activities, or simply being outdoors – if we feel, and the patient feels as well, that it will improve their mental health. “Particularly now, because mental health is so prevalent with the cost-of-living crisis and everything that’s going on, on the back of a very stressful pandemic for everyone.

I think everybody’s feeling the pressure and stress.” Khan acknowledges managing mental health can be “nuanced” and like all things, green prescribing is not one-size-fits-all. One thing he is keen to get across, though, is that the health benefits are rooted in robust evidence.

It’s not just a case of, ‘Oh well, go for a walk and you’ll feel better’. It’s about the science behind it. Spending time outdoors, whether you’re walking or whatever activity, has been proven to be good for your mental health. For example, one of the things that goes up when feeling anxious or stressed is your cortisol level – your stress hormone – and going outside and connecting with nature helps bring that down.

“And one of the things we know happens in depression and low mood is your serotonin levels drop, but going outdoors, and being mindful and present in nature has been shown to increase serotonin.” Being present is key. You won’t get the same benefits if you’re “just scrolling on your phone”, Khan adds.

  1. It’s really about quality time that leads to us connecting with the outdoors.
  2. Listening and hearing and feeling all the things that are going on around you.” Of course, anyone can tap into the benefits of spending time in nature, and you don’t need to wait until a GP suggests it.
  3. For Khan though, it’s important that conversations about the outdoors are inclusive.

” who spend the least time in nature, stand to benefit from having time out there the most. That’s the important thing, because often when I’m talking about green prescribing and spending time in nature, I feel like I’m preaching to the choir all the time,” he reflects.

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Han wants everyone to feel “they have the authority to go out and see it for yourself” – but part of this is making nature accessible for people who may face barriers, whether that’s poverty, disability, living in a very urban area or being from an ethnic group that’s traditionally been underrepresented in the outdoors.

This is where free community groups can be especially helpful, which can also help combat loneliness. “That’s a big thing,” notes Khan. “A really big part of what we do as family doctors is managing social isolation. And people can feel lonely and isolated whether they live alone or not – it’s quite a complex situation, that idea of loneliness.

So getting involved in group activities is beneficial.” And even Khan – a dedicated outdoor enthusiast – can relate to the feeling of imposter syndrome the outdoors world can sometimes bring up. “Oh gosh, I feel like that even now – you know, I go out, I haven’t got half the equipment, I don’t wear the things that you’ve probably supposed to wear! But it’s not about that, it’s about going out there.

“And when I go out with my mum, she’s an older lady and she’s got arthritis and type two diabetes and she’ll be in full Asian dress. But we’re getting the health benefits, so it really doesn’t matter how you dress, who you are, what your background is.

Where does Dr Khan work?

Dr Amir Khan is a devoted GP and best-selling author working in inner city Bradford. His charisma and expertise won the hearts of the nation following his role in GP’s Behind Closed Doors (2014-) on Channel 5.

Asked By: John Jones Date: created: Apr 25 2023

Is Charlotte from GMB married

Answered By: Angel Coleman Date: created: Apr 28 2023

GMB star Charlotte Hawkins rocks princess wedding dress and tiara in very rare cathedral photos | HELLO! star, 48, may not be one to flaunt her wedding photos with her husband Mark Herbert, but that doesn’t mean we can’t catch a glimpse of them elsewhere! Thanks to her photographer, we’ve found unearthed pictures of Charlotte’s private wedding at Chichester Cathedral in 2008 – and she looked positively regal in her bridal tiara.

The TV star and her husband exchanged vows in front of the likes of Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes and Charlotte’s uncle, who acted as a minister, before heading to Farbridge in Sussex for their barn reception. WATCH: While Charlotte Hawkins chose a classic wedding dress, several other celebrities have worn very uncoventional gowns Charlotte was pictured wearing a gorgeous strapless wedding dress with a ruched bodice dotted with embellishments, and a dropped waist which led to a princess-style skirt.

Finishing off her regal outfit, Charlotte wore pointed-toe heels with a bow on the front, a sparkling necklace and a mini tiara that was visible in her high bun, securing her pearl-studded veil.

Who is the female doctor on Good Morning Britain?

Dr Anita Raja (MRCGP, DFSRH, LOC SDI ) is a General practitioner in Birmingham, West Midlands. She is a practising GP, broadcaster and campaigner for wellbeing, especially within the Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities. She is a leading expert in Women’s health and has been featured in various health and lifestyle magazines like Stylist UK, Glamour magazine, Strong Women UK,

  1. Her opinion on key issues surrounding the Health care system have been endorsed and valued by leading electronic media channels.
  2. She has been a TV Presenter for a 1 hour live show “Let’s talk ” on British Muslim TV from 2021 to 2022, touching upon sensitive issues predominantly within the South Asian Community.

Dr. Anita Raja recently appeared on Good Morning Britain with Susanna Reid and Ed Balls. The topic of conversation was GP waiting times. Viewed on BBC Sunday morning live debating on whether everybody should have the right to strike. Anita is a passionate support of Tommy’s.

Asked By: Wyatt Powell Date: created: Jul 06 2023

Where is doctor Amir Khan from

Answered By: Douglas Russell Date: created: Jul 08 2023

There’s light at the end of the Covid tunnel, says Bradford-born TV GP Dr Amir Khan Visiting honorary lecturer praises University and home city He’s the GP whose warmth, honesty and approachability helped endear him to millions on the hit Channel 5 show GPs Behind Closed Doors.

  • Bradford-born Dr Amir Khan, an honorary visiting lecturer at the University of Bradford, spoke to us about Covid-19, his bestselling book, The Doctor Will See You Now and growing up in the city.
  • I’ve been associated with the University for about two-and-a-half years.
  • It’s a great University and I love teaching there.

It has a lovely feel and you get a sense students love being there. I think it’s really important to our city and that’s one of the reasons I became so heavily involved with it.” Although he now lives in Leeds, he was born at St Luke’s Hospital, Bradford, and grew up in Thornbury, moving to Shipley when he was six, where he recalls living in a three-bed semi-detached house with his mother, father and six sisters.

  1. I just remember it always being very busy,” he recalls.
  2. As a child, I loved it.
  3. There was always a lot of pressure for us to do well in life.
  4. Being a doctor is my dream job.
  5. As the TV show revealed, we do much more than just deal with coughs and colds.
  6. It can be very emotional, you get to know patients over time, their mums, dads, grandparents and children; there’s a really special relationship which develops with the community.” Asked for his view on the pandemic, ever the optimist, he said: “There is light at the end of the tunnel.

One thing the pandemic has done is brought the entire nation together, there’s a sense we’re all in this together and there will be a vaccine at some point down the line.” His book, The Doctor Will See You Now, published by Ebury Publishing, is out now.

Asked By: Julian Harris Date: created: Apr 23 2023

How did Dr Amir get famous

Answered By: Stanley Jenkins Date: created: Apr 25 2023

Who IS the ultimate TV doctor? Published: 09:30 BST, 2 September 2023 | Updated: 09:57 BST, 2 September 2023

  • Resident GPs on daytime television offer to help the nation to tackle their medical woes.
  • Dr Hilary Jones, Dr Amir Khan and Dr Zoe Williams are just a few of the medics who share vital health advice, from the signs of skin cancer and health hazards around the home, to Covid symptoms and the menopause.
  • But how does their experience compare?
  • Here, MailOnline compares the careers of some of the UK’s most famous celebrity doctors.
  • Completed medical school: 1976
  • Number of years working as a doctor or GP: 10
  • Best known for: Health editor role at Good Morning Britain

Dr Hilary Jones, 70, has been a recognisable face on our TV screens for more than 30 years. Image of Dr Hilary on GMB

  1. Dr Hilary Jones worked as a GP before taking his health knowledge to daytime TV.
  2. The 70-year-old has been a familiar face on our TV screens for more than 30 years.
  3. The father-of-five has been seen on shows including GMTV, Daybreak, Good Morning Britain and Lorraine on ITV.
  4. But, before his grand TV appearances, he trained at The Royal Free Hospital in London and became a qualified doctor in 1976 after his six-year medical degree.
  5. After qualifying, he worked for a year as the only doctor on the most isolated inhabited island in the world, Tristan da Cunha in the South Atlantic Ocean.
  6. He then moved to another island in 1981, but this time in Shetland to work as a troubleshooting GP and emergency doctor for the oil industry.
  7. Less than 10 years after qualifying as a doctor, he became a GP trainer in the early 1980s.
  8. Dr Hilary also worked as a medic specialising in eye health, and assisted on glaucoma and cataract extraction procedures.
  9. He made his move to presenting in 1986, a decade after qualifying, making educational medical TV programmes for British Medical TV.
  10. He and Lorraine Kelly were the first presenters signed by GMTV.
  11. Now, he is the health editor for ITV’s Breakfast television.
  12. Completed medical school: 2009
  13. Number of years working as a doctor or GP: 11
  14. Best known for: ITV’s resident doctor for Lorraine since 2010

Bradford-born GP, Dr Amir Khan, is often seen on Lorraine and Good Morning Britain giving daytime viewers health advice. Here he is pictured on the Channel 5 show GPs Behind Closed Doors The Bradford-born GP is often seen on Lorraine and Good Morning Britain giving daytime viewers health advice.

  • He appeared on You Are What You Eat as a GP helping to transform some of the UK’s most disastrous eaters.
  • Dr Amir has hosted other shows including The Science of Sleep in 2019, How to Lose a Stone in a Month in 2019 and Channel 5’s The Great British Urine Test in 2020.
  • On top of being a TV doctor, he still works as an NHS GP in West Yorkshire, where he has been based for about a decade.
  • He is also an author of two books, The Doctor Will See You Now which explores the highs and lows of being a doctor and How Not To Have An Arranged Marriage’.
  • Before his TV fame, he studied medicine at the University of Liverpool in 2004 and fully qualified as a GP in 2009.
  • He is considered a specialist in women’s and children’s health, type 2 diabetes, minor surgery and joint injections.
  • Completed medical school: 2007
  • Number of years working as a doctor or GP: 16
  • Best known for: Resident doctor on ITV’s This Morning

Dr Zoe Williams, 43, although now a GP based in London with regular appearances on ITV daytime show This Morning, pictured, she had her first experience on TV with the 2009 reboot of Sky 1’s Gladiators

  1. NHS GP Dr Zoe Williams paved her media career on her passion for fitness and health after graduating medical school in 2007.
  2. The 43-year-old, from Burnley, Lancashire had her first experience on TV with the 2009 reboot of Sky 1’s Gladiators.
  3. She is now a GP based in London with regular appearances on ITV daytime show This Morning.
  4. Dr Williams has presented BBC shows including Trust Me I am a Doctor and a Horizon episode about the contraceptive pill.
  5. The media medic has also had several non-clinical GP roles, including acting as Public Health England’s lead clinical champion for their physical activity postgraduate education programme and RCGP clinical priority of physical activity and lifestyle.
  6. In addition, she has also been the Southwark CCG clinical lead for lifestyle medicine and social prescribing and a director and founding member of the British Society of Lifestyle Medicine.
  7. Dr Williams also helps young people from challenging backgrounds by using activity programmes to improve their health and wellbeing, through her not-for-profit organisation Fit4LifeCIC, which was founded in 2017.
  8. Completed medical school: 2003
  9. Number of years working as a doctor or GP: 20
  10. Best known for: Resident doctor on ITV’s This Morning
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44-year-old NHS pediatrician, Dr Ranju Singh is well-known for his decade stint on ITV’s This Morning as their resident doctor

  • The 44-year-old NHS pediatrician is well-known for his decade stint on ITV’s This Morning as their resident doctor.
  • As well as appearing on a range of TV shows from the One Show to The Weakest link, he also co-created and hosted the CBeebies series, Get Well Soon, which sees Dr Ranj examine puppet patients in hospital and treating them for various aliments.
  • In 2018, he even swapped his scrubs for sequins when he competed in Strictly Come Dancing.
  • But the BAFTA award winning TV presenter still works as a locum pediatric consultant in London.

Born in Medway Kent, he trained at Guy’s King’s & St. Thomas’ School of Medicine in London and graduated as a doctor in 2003.

  1. On top of his TV career and locum shifts, he has also become a Sunday Times best-selling author with his books How To Be A Boy And Do It Your Own Way, How To Grow Up (and Feel Amazing) and The No-Worries Guide For Boys, as well as two children’s school books with Oxford University Press.
  2. Completed medical school: 2009
  3. Number of years working as a doctor or GP: 14
  4. Best known for: GPs Behind Closed Doors on Channel 5

Dr Sara Kayat is a GP at Gray’s Inn Medical Group in London as carrying out private consultations. Before this she worked at Balham Park Surgery which was featured on the show GPs Behind Closed Doors on Channel 5

  • Dr Sara Kayat is usually seen offering her expertise on shows such as ITV’s This Morning, The Truth About series on BBC1 and Channel 5’s The Wright Stuff.
  • She was even marooned on a desert island for four weeks in Channel 4’s Bear Grylls Celebrity Island in 2017.
  • But off-screen Dr Kayat is still a practising NHS GP at Gray’s Inn Medical Group in London.
  • Before this, she worked at Balham Park Surgery which was featured on the show GPs Behind Closed Doors on Channel 5.
  • Aside to her TV repertoire, she has a long list of medical qualifications.
  • She graduated with a medical degree and a science degree in 2009 from King’s College London, before becoming a junior doctor at Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospital followed by Worthing Hospital.
  • Later, she trained as a GP for three years at St George’s Hospital in London.
  • She also has a Diploma in the Faculty of Family Planning as well as an accreditation for minor surgery and joint injections.

: Who IS the ultimate TV doctor?

Asked By: William Garcia Date: created: Feb 06 2024

What happened to Amir Khan in London

Answered By: Graham Wood Date: created: Feb 08 2024

Amir Khan ‘feared he would die and leave his children without their dad’ during armed watch robbery Former world boxing champion Amir Khan saw his life “flash before his eyes” during the gunpoint robbery of his luxury watch. The 2004 Olympic silver medallist was targeted as he and his wife, Faryal Makhdoom, 31,, east London, on April 18 last year.

  1. The 36-year-old was forced to hand over the bespoke, rose gold, diamond-encrusted Franck Muller timepiece – reportedly worth £72,000.
  2. It has never been recovered.
  3. Following a trial at Snaresbrook Crown Court, the Bolton-born boxer opened up about in an interview with The Sun on Sunday.
  4. He told the newspaper: “In that moment, you think the worst,

that the kids could be growing up without their dad, that Faryal would be raising them on her own. “Your life flashes before your eyes. I leant my head to the right because I thought, if he is going to shoot me, he can shoot the side of my head. I don’t want to see the bullet coming.” Mr Khan said he had been shopping in the Knightsbridge area while his influencer wife was taking part in a photo shoot.

  • The couple then ate dinner with his friend Omar Khalid, breaking the Ramadan fast.
  • And happened after they left the restaurant.
  • ‘I could see down the barrel’ Mr Khan, who has been confirmed for the upcoming I’m A Celebrity.
  • Get Me Out Of Here! all-stars ITV series in South Africa, told the Sun on Sunday: “It was the first time I’ve ever seen a gun in my life.

I could see down the barrel.

  • His wife, he said, ran screaming into the road.
  • She told the paper she “thought we were going to die on the spot”.

Image: The moment Amir Khan was robbed at gunpoint

  1. Gunman Campbell, of Hornsey, and getaway driver Ahmed Bana, 25, of Tottenham, both in north London, admitted conspiracy to commit robbery and possession of an imitation firearm during the trial and will be sentenced at a later date.
  2. On Friday, Ismail Mohamed, 24, of Edmonton, and Nurul Amin, 25, of Harringay, both in north London, were unanimously acquitted by a jury of conspiracy to rob Mr Khan.
  3. Prosecutors had claimed Mohamed and Amin acted as “spotters”, dining in the restaurant to keep track of Mr Khan’s movements and relay them by phone to Bana.

Image: The stolen Franck Muller diamond encrusted watch

  • ‘It’s only a watch’
  • Mr Khan said people told him he should have put up a fight for the watch.

“Are they stupid?” he said. “I’ve got a family. It’s only a watch. My life means more to me. “When you have kids, you have a priority to make sure they are looked after. I am the breadwinner for the family. If I was with the kids, I don’t know what I would’ve done. Maybe I would have panicked and tried to run.”

  1. The couple said the incident forced them to get their affairs in order, sorting out wills and setting up a trust for their children.
  2. It has also led them to base their family in Dubai, because they no longer feel safe in the UK.
  3. Mr Khan, who returns to the country one week a month, pays £600 a day for security.

“I love England,” he said. “I won a medal for the country but I stay in Dubai now because it’s the only place I feel safe., I just want to be safe.” : Amir Khan ‘feared he would die and leave his children without their dad’ during armed watch robbery

Where does Amir live with his wife?

Unusual living arrangement – The duo reside in Bolton ( Image: Instagram) He has his own guest house which he dubs the ‘man cave’ ( Image: Amir Khan) Although Amir and Faryal are going strong now, the couple briefly split in 2017. Amir, who is worth £30million, has made his home in Bolton and lives in a lavish detached property with his wife and three children.

  • The lavish property comes with a massive walk-in wardrobe, a trophy room, a swimming pool and four bedrooms.
  • However, one aspect of the grounds is rather unusual – a second house that Amir brands his ‘man pad’.
  • Amir insists the house is key to keeping his marriage happy – and Faryal agrees.
  • He told OK! Magazine : “I swear it’s the best thing ever.

I do think having a separate house has also made our relationship stronger because you’re not in each other’s face all the time. “I still need my own space sometimes, to have my friends over and have a little chill. And Faryal can do the same.” * Follow Mirror Celebs on Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook,

Asked By: Alfred Gray Date: created: Jul 19 2023

Does Amir Khan have a house in Dubai

Answered By: Philip Peterson Date: created: Jul 22 2023

Amir Khan is one of the most popular British boxers of the modern era and is said to have earned roughly £65m during the course of a star-studded career in the sport. The former unified light-welterweight world champion and Olympic silver medallist is known not only for his achievements inside the ring but also for his celebrity status outside of it.

Khan has appeared on several game shows such as I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here!, Countdown, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, Beat The Star and Celebrity Juice. Meanwhile, the English boxer also has his own BBC reality television show, Meet The Khans: Big in Bolton, which recently aired for a third season.

Thanks to his hard work, Khan boasts a lavish lifestyle filled with luxury watches, an amazing car collection and a huge Dubai mansion. And here, Express Sport takes you inside Khan’s life to see it all.

Does Amir Khan have a house in London?

They now split their time between to Dubai and at home. Originally, Amir and Faryal had planned to buy a house in London, but after a gun-point robbery, changed their minds about life in the capital and moved the family three children, Lamaisah, Alayna, and Zaviyar to Cheshire.

Was Dr Khan married?

Marriage – Khan married 28-year-old Hadia Sher Ali in Pakistan, descended from Afghan royalty, in May 2006. In July 2008, Khan and Ali filed an application for divorce in the local arbitration council of Islamabad, He later married Somi Sohail.

Did Dr Khan get married?

Diana-fallout may have fractured his subsequent marriage – In 2006, Dr. Khan married Hadia Sher Ali, the 20-something daughter of a noble Afghan family, in a lavish Muslim ceremony in Pakistan. The marriage was arranged by his parents. They separated after less than two years, for what he claimed were “multiple reasons,” although he admitted his relationship with Diana and the fallout, including the inquest, dominated his life at the time. Tim Rooke/Shutterstock

Asked By: Cole Miller Date: created: Jul 10 2024

What nationality is Dr Khan

Answered By: Chase Rivera Date: created: Jul 11 2024

Who is Dr. Hasnat Khan? – Hasnat Khan is a British-Pakistani heart and lung surgeon who is played by Humayun Saeed in The Crown, He was also Princess Diana’s boyfriend after her split from Charles. He’s currently a cardiothoracic surgeron in Basildon and London, according to,

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How many kids does Charlotte Hawkins have?

GMB’s Charlotte Hawkins’ lookalike daughter Ella Rose: see 8 ultra rare photos | HELLO! Good Morning Britain ‘s lights up our TV screens each morning with her cheerful persona, and we love keeping up with her stylish outfits, too. In her home life, Charlotte, 48, is mum to her eight-year-old daughter Ella Rose, who she shares with her husband, Mark Herbert.

Asked By: Edward Barnes Date: created: May 21 2023

Did Charlotte Hawkins have IVF

Answered By: Seth Anderson Date: created: May 23 2023

Charlotte Hawkins admits to struggling to conceive Ella Rose Published: 23:25 BST, 11 March 2018 | Updated: 23:35 BST, 11 March 2018

  • She welcomed her mini-me daughter Ella Rose Herbert in 2015.
  • But admitted that it hasn’t all been plain sailing as she discussed becoming a mum with on Sunday.
  • The 42-year-old Good Morning Britain anchor gave birth to Ella when she was 39 and described the process of trying to conceive with husband Mark Herbert as a ‘stressful time’.

‘It just wasn’t happening’: Charlotte Hawkins, 42, admits to struggling to conceive daughter Ella Rose after trying for ‘a few years’ for a baby while chatting to The Mirror on Sunday

  1. The TV veteran spoke candidly about trying for a baby later in life, and how she was ‘amazed’ she brought her daughter into the world.
  2. Charlotte – who married husband Mark in 2008 – explained: ‘We tried for a few years, and I’d got to the stage where I was worried because it just wasn’t happening.
  3. ‘It was a stressful time but I still look at her now and am amazed at the fact that we created this little being, but it still sometimes scares me thinking how different our life would have been if we hadn’t had her.’
  4. Charlotte has always been open about her ‘tough’ early morning schedule, with a 4am start for her day, but the journalist has found a positive spin on her eye-watering wake-up time.

Difficulties: The TV veteran spoke candidly about trying for a baby later in life, and how she was ‘amazed’ she brought her daughter into the world The former Strictly Come Dancing star concedes that her early starts are ‘tough’, but also feels that she has an advantage over other working mums.

‘Although the early mornings are tough’ Charlotte continued, ‘I love being able to spend the daytime with Ella Rose. A lot of my friends go back to work and don’t get to spend enough time with their kids.’ Ella Rose has most definitely followed in her mum’s footsteps, having taken interest in baby yoga.

Mini-me: Charlotte, pictured here with Strictly partner Brendan Cole, explained: ‘We tried for a few years, and I’d got to the stage where I was worried because it just wasn’t happening

  • Alongside her mum’s fitness routines, young Ella Rose may already have caught the TV bug while still in the womb.
  • Charlotte explained: ‘I took Ella Rose into the studio at 10 weeks old and was terrified she’d cry, but she wasn’t fazed by the lights and the studio environment, maybe because she’d spent so long in my tummy here!’
  • The presenter has been candid about her struggle with fertility in the past, chatting to stand-in GMB co-host Richard Madeley about the pressures older women get about having children – or choosing not to have children.

‘Amazed’: Charlotte finally found out she was pregnant in 2014, but called the emtional years of struggling to convince as ‘a stressful time but I still look at her now and am amazed’ She confided: ‘Because I was an older woman and I faced years of people saying ‘Oh when are you going to have a baby?’ And actually, for us, we were trying and we couldn’t so it was a really sensitive issue.

  1. ‘I think it’s really intrusive and I don’t think it’s anybody’s business and I think it’s upsetting’ Charlotte concluded.
  2. In 2014, Charlotte confessed that she and husband Mark almost went down the route of IVF treatment when she found out she was pregnant.
  3. ‘It took a long while for it to sink in I was pregnant because we’d been trying for quite some time,’ she said.

Yummy mummy: In 2014, Charlotte confessed that she and husband Mark almost went down the route of IVF treatment when she found out she was pregnant : Charlotte Hawkins admits to struggling to conceive Ella Rose

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Margaret Ann Bulkley — Beyond Curie—a design project celebrating women in STEM Margaret Ann Bulkley was a war hero, a medical pioneer, and defied all odds to become a brilliant surgeon. Born in a time when women were not permitted to pursue medicine, she disguised herself as a boy and never looked back.

After graduating from medical school she enlisted in the British military. She crafted the swashbuckling, flirtatious, “ladies’ man” persona of Dr. James Barry to avoid suspicion as she practiced medicine all over the British Empire. While in Cape Town, in 1826, she performed the first successful Caesarean section by a European doctor.

In 1866, a future prime minister of South Africa was named James Barry Munnik Hertzog in her honor. She rose through the ranks of the British military to become the Inspector-General of Hospitals. She was a public health advocate who fought for better nutrition, sanitation and care for prisoners, lepers, soldiers and their families.

Only after she died, did anyone discover her secret. The scandal rocked the Victorian establishment, and the army placed an embargo on James Barry’s military record for a hundred years. Margaret Ann Bulkley could have stayed home, married and had kids. But she was determined to become a doctor even if it meant living a lie.

She was not only the first British woman to graduate in medicine but also one of the day’s most infamous and respected surgeons. : Margaret Ann Bulkley — Beyond Curie—a design project celebrating women in STEM

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    His charisma and expertise won the hearts of the nation following his original role in GP’s Behind Closed Doors (Channel 5). Amir is the resident doctor for ITV’s Lorraine & Good Morning Britain and will soon be seen hosting Dr Amir’s Sugar Crash (Channel 5) and You Are What You Eat (with Trisha Goddard, Channel 5).

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    When he’s not in the surgery or on our TV screens, Amir spends his time gardening, baking, running and supporting wildlife conservation!

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    Dr Chris Steele Born ( 1945-08-29 ) 29 August 1945 (age 78),, England NationalityBritishOccupationMedical doctorKnown forTV doctor for 30 years, also known for his extensive work in smoking cessation Chris Steele is a British and broadcaster. He is the resident doctor on ‘s This Morning daytime magazine show, where he has appeared weekly since the show first aired in 1988.