Jenni made her TV debut in 1994 and has been presenting a great variety of shows ever since. Jenni currently hosts Heart FM’s 'Early Breakfast' show 6 days a week and writes a monthly health and fitness column for ‘Your Fitness’ magazine.
Jenni started her TV career at BBC1 Scotland co-hosting adrenalin sports’ show The Big Country and quickly moved to the factual department at ITV1, presenting specials for the documentary series 3D alongside ITV1′s consumer series We Can Work It Out.
In September 2000 Jenni joined GMTV, where she anchored Entertainment Today with Ben Shephard until 2008. This led to Jenni becoming a regular face in the film industry, presenting movie specials for ITV1 and hosting red carpet premieres in Leicester Square; most recently for Bridget Jones Baby and the Ab Fab movies.
Travel is a big passion for Jenni and she started filming features for BBC1′s Holiday programme, going on to co-host the ITV1 series How to Holiday and regular travel features for GMTV. In addition to this, Jenni has presented several series of the successful Channel 5 property series, Fantasy Homes by the Sea.
Jenni’s competitive streak saw her win BBC1′s show-jumping reality series Only Fools on Horses for Sport Relief in 2006, the same year she became the new face of The National Lottery. Later that autumn, Jenni transformed into Ring Master of the Big Top when she hosted the live entertainment TV show, Cirque de Celebrite for Sky1.
In 2013, Jenni turned her hand to radio and has been commanding the airwaves ever since as Heart FM’s network presenter, driving the Early Breakfast show 6 days a week.
Jenni is passionate for health and fitness and can often be seen training for a marathon, which came in handy in 2014 when she was asked to host the marathon and triathlon TV specials for Channel 4.
Away from TV Jenni enjoys being Mum to daughter Ella, wife to James and Master to their dog Alfie! As well as taking time in her ambassadorial roles for The Prince’s Trust, The Children’s Trust and The Dog’s Trust. Jenni is also Patron of Breast Cancer 2000 and a supporter of Great Ormond St and Clic Sargent.