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Steph McGovern, 38, returned to screens to front her Channel 4 show Steph’s Packed Lunch live from the studio following a hiatus this week. During an episode, she was joined by Dr Rupy Aujla, who cooked a mango and squash curry in the kitchen.
There’s nothing worse!
Midway through the segment, Steph’s guest asked her who was responsible for the cooking in her home.
“My partner does it, so we’ve got a deal, I do the bins and,” she began to explain, before she was interrupted by laughter from the audience.
She added: “Bins are awful, aren’t they?
“Especially when it’s raining and you get covered in bin juice. There’s nothing worse!”
She turned to the audience and added: “You know what I’m talking about, I’m putting you off your food now, aren’t I?”
Steph tends to keep her relationship out of the public eye and hasn’t unveiled the name of her partner publicly.
The presenter’s girlfriend is believed to be a BBC executive, who she shares a ten-month-old daughter with.
Steph announced the news of her birth back in November on Twitter, in view of her 404,000 followers.
She wrote: “Well hello world, just surfaced to let you know that we now have a daughter!
“Born on Monday morning just as @BBCBreakfast was wrapping up. We’re all fine and dandy.
“Just getting used to the eau de sick/poo I am now regularly wearing. #babylife (woman, woman, girl).”
Steph recently discussed the reaction she got her from fans following the announcement.
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She told The Sun: “I had no reaction to the fact I was having another baby with another woman. Not that I saw, anyway.
“I think because I’m not going on and on about it — I just live my life and am fairly private — people are genuinely interested in when people are having babies.
“And on the whole, people don’t really care where the baby has come from or anything like that.
“People are just giddy about a baby. Obviously, I’ve been badly trolled in the past.
“I got so much abuse when I first started because of my accent and things.”
Steph previously said about joining the BBC with a northern accent: “You would think that after nearly two years in the job, people would be used to my Teesside tones.
“To be fair most are, but there are still some viewers who can’t accept that someone with my accent can have a brain.
“It means that I regularly get abuse about it,” she added to Teesside Live.
Steph’s Packed Lunch continues today at 12.30pm on Channel 4.
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