Claudia Winkleman is recognisable thanks to her long career on British television.
The brunette is London-born and bred, growing up in the UK capital and attending private schools.
She lives in a central London home with her husband, likely to be worth a multimillion pound sum.
Claudia lives in a Grade II-listed property near Marble Arch.
There is no way of knowing how much Claudia’s home is currently worth.
Properties in this area can sell for huge sums of money however.
A five bedroom town house in the area is currently on sale for £25.9m. A five bedroom apartment is selling foe £19.9m.
Claudia has told the Evening Standard in the past: “I can leave my house at 4am and buy a kebab, rent a movie and get some shampoo.
“I love my shower, my bread bin and our tortoise, Yoshi.”
Claudia’s Instagram account can give up some insight into her home, which seems to be beautifully decorated. A snap posted of balloons for her son’s birthday show the home has painted wooden panelling, a classic feature of a townhouse.
The star posted an image herself sat in her living room, which was decorated for Christmas. She is sat on a red velvet sofa in the room, which has walls painted an avocado green.
There is a glass chandelier hanging from the ceiling and an expensive looking wooden cabinet behind Claudia. There are two bowls full of oranges in the room and two Marshal radios.
A standing lamp has a golden baubles on the stand and a cream lampshade.
There is a gold drinks trolley with martini glasses and tumblers on it, and a cocktail shaker.
Another image taken in the bathroom shows the presenter has a large, white standing bath.
Claudia has a piece of art work by artist Rob Ryan in her property. The £750 piece of art was made by the artist for the British Heart Foundation’s Mending Broken Hearts Appeal.
The romantic piece shows a man and woman opening their hearts to one another.
Text in the image reads: “All of the words in the world are worth nothing if we cannot be together.”
Images of a young Claudia Winkleman show the presenter before she adopted her signature fringe and eyeliner.
Her TV career began in 1991 as she appeared on BBC documentary series Holiday.
The privileged young Claudia was raised in the posh area of Hampstead and attended the City of London School for Girls before heading to Cambridge.