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Inside Alan Titchmarsh's life with rarely-seen wife and family as he battles deadly disease

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Alan Titchmarsh, the 74-year-old TV presenter and author, has been a familiar face in British homes for over three decades, with his love for gardening being the cornerstone of his career.The esteemed broadcaster first appeared on our television screens in 1989, presenting on 'Songs of Praise', and has since become the face of various shows including 'The Nature of Britain', 'Popstar to Operastar', and 'Love Your Garden'.Notably, Alan has hosted several Royal gardening programmes and enjoys a longstanding friendship with King Charles III, which has spanned over forty years, reports OK!.But beyond his remarkable professional life, what more is there to know about Alan Titchmarsh.

Here we take a glimpse into his personal life...Originally from Ilkley, Alan has been wed to his wife Alison since 1975, and together they have two daughters, Polly and Camilla, and enjoy their role as grandparents.Alan and Alison, a medical doctor by profession, divide their time between their historic Grade-II listed farmhouse in Hampshire and their vacation home on the Isle of Wight near Cowes.

Despite their current comfortable lifestyle, Alan has opened up about their financial struggles during the early days of their relationship.Speaking to Yours magazine, he shared: "I'm a lucky man, because she's the most un-materialistic person I know.

We never went out for dinner, we couldn't afford it. We used to save 25p a week with our butcher so we could be sure of a Christmas joint.

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