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Her father was a signwriter for events such as Live Aid and her mother worked inalternative therapy.
Cotton was born in Northwood, London to Lyn and Mick Cotton; she has a younger brother, Jamie Cotton.On 8 August 2012 Cotton announced she was pregnant with her first child, and on 21 February 2013, she announced on Twitter that she had given birth to a son, Rex Rayne Wood, who was born that morning.Cotton is good friends with fellow TV presenter Holly Willoughby, with whom she has co-presented several shows.Cotton and Yates presented the one-off Christmas and New Year specials in both 20, as well as the Comic Relief special in 2009. In 2006 Cotton presented the second series of Love Island with Patrick Kielty on ITV, taking over from Kelly Brook.She also presented the Friday night live eviction programme that year for the Five reality TV series Make Me A Supermodel.She had announced about her pregnancy earlier on 8 August 2012. She gave birth to her first child Rex Rayne Wood on 21 February 2013. They are happily living together with their two children. She was expecting her second child during that period.
Edit Fearne Cotton gave birth to her second child Honey Krissy Wood on 9 September 2015. It was the day 27 February 2015, when she announced her pregnancy and would be leaving BBC Radio 1.
Cotton joined CBBC in 2001 to present children's science programme Eureka TV.
In 2002 she presented Finger Tips, an arts and crafts programme for children, with co-presenter Stephen Mulhern.
After this, Cotton continued with the show and with its replacement Diggit.
She left in 2000, to concentrate on her other projects with CITV, including Draw Your Own Toons and Mouse, aimed at encouraging children to use computers.
She then found her current spouse Jesse wood and began dating. Edit Fearne Cotton first dated Ian Watkins in 2005, but unfortunately he was found guilty in child sex offences and is sentenced 35 years of prison. BBC Radio 1 is an international radio in United Kingdom. From 2007, she began to host BBC Radio 1's chart show. Edit Cotton climbed Mount Kilimanjaro along with Ben Shephard, Gary Barlow, Alesha Dixon, Ronan Keating, Denise Van Outen, Chris Moyles, Cheryl Cole and Kimberley Walsh.