Cat Deeley’s family life is revealed, including her £3.8 million LA mansion, renowned husband, and gunshot fright.


As TV presenter Cat Deeley turns 45, Brinkwire takes a look inside her family life where she lives in lavish houses with her comedian husband Patrick Kielty and two young sons

Presenter Cat Deeley is turning 45 and to celebrate her milestone birthday, we take a closer look inside her private family life.

The former Stars In Their Eyes host crossed the Atlantic to take her career over to US soil in the noughties but has since returned to plant her family life back here.

The stunning host now lives in London with her famous husband Patrick Kielty and two young sons Milo, five, and James, two.

And while the family is happier than ever, they were once caught up in a terrifying gun ordeal.

So, let’s have a closer look into what goes on behind Cat’s closed doors…

Cat made a big career change in the noughties and left the UK TV world behind as she set her sights on bigger pastures overseas.

The bombshell moved to Los Angeles to pursue bigger presenting jobs and travelled there with her comedian husband.

During their LA stay, the family lived in a jaw-dropping £3.8million home which was listed on the market last year.

The star couple moved across the pond and bought the property for £2.1m in 2006.

Since being over in the states, the loved-up couple had their two sons and transformed the property into their ideal family home.

The luxury pad boasted an office, a gym, a pool and a spa, which Cat often shared a glimpse of on social media.

Cat officially returned to London in 2020, after living in the US for 14 years.

Since then, fellow presenter and Irish comic Patrick revealed a first look at their new London home’s beautiful living room on social media.

Patrick took to Instagram shortly after moving in during September, in honour of Cat releasing her first book, titled The Joy In You.

It is believed Cat chose to come back to her roots in order to be closer to her family.

Speaking to YOU magazine late last year, Cat said: “We made the right move at the right time.”

“They have grandparents who want to see them. Also, we didn’t think it would be fair to start Milo in school in America then lift him out when it suited us in a few years’ time.”

During an interview with Stella Magazine in July 2019, Cat recalled an awful incident where Patrick and her eldest son. Brinkwire presents summary news.


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