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Alex Jones: I don’t take One Show job for granted

OHMYGOSSIP — Alex Jones will never take her job on ‘The One Show’ for “granted”.
The 44-year-old presenter has been hosting the BBC One evening magazine show since 2010 and she is due to go on maternity leave in the coming weeks when she has her third baby with husband Charlie Thompson.
Alex admits she still gets nervous about taking time off from the programme because she loves her job so much and doesn’t like to be away from the sofa for too long.
Speaking about her impending baby break, she said: “Nobody’s completely finally fine with taking time off, are they? If you really enjoy and respect the job you do and you’ve worked really hard to get to where you are, there’s always going to be a small part of you that doesn’t want to let go. I think that’s quite healthy as well because it means you’re not taking anything for granted. I definitely never would. It’s a very sought-after job.”
Alex now presents ‘The One Show’ alternately with permanent co-hosts Ronan Keating and retired footballer Jermaine Jenas following months of different co-hosts in the wake of Matt Baker’s departure in Spring 2020.
The Welsh star is very proud to be the anchor of the series and she loves working with former Boyzone singer Ronan, 44, and Jermaine, 38.
In an interview with the Metro newspaper, she said: “I suppose it happened by accident. I’ve really loved being on the show in the last year, more than other, which is an odd thing to say. The show has become more light-hearted, not so scripted. And it’s lovely now we’ve got Ronan [Keating] and Jermaine [Jenas] because it was a bit Tinder-y for a while with people in and out. We’ve all got children the same age and they’re really nice guys. I’ll feel supported when I’m on maternity leave.”
Alex also revealed that her two sons, Teddy, four, and Kit, two, can speak and understand Welsh and she is delighted that they are learning her mother tongue as she’s a fiercely proud Welshwoman.
She said: “”They understand everything. When my mum and dad come they speak Welsh to me and Teddy will answer me in Welsh sometimes but with a very posh English accent. And because Charlie is from New Zealand and has quite a strong accent as well, our house is a mishmash of voices.”

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