Sean Fletcher is known for presenting the weekly news round-up on Sunday Morning Live alongside Sally Phillips. But what is known of his life off-screen?
Is Sean Fletcher married?
Sean and wife Luned Tonderai tied the knot in 1999 and this year will celebrate their 21st wedding anniversary together.
Sean has previously revealed on their wedding day he pledged to become fluent in Welsh to fit in with his wife’s Welsh family.
Talking to Wales Online, Sean explained: “I promised Luned I’d learn Welsh on our wedding day, and I did.”
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The Sunday Morning Live presenter added: “I bought into her Welsh-speaking family.”
Luned, who is a Television Producer and Director, worked alongside Sean as he filmed an episode for Countryfile back in May.
In a post to his Twitter, Sean expressed his excitement to be able to work alongside his wife.
Sean tweeted: “I’ve been married to @lunedtonderai for 21 years, and we’ve known each other for 26 years.
“But we’d never worked together, until last week when we filmed for
@BBCCountryfile @ #hamptoncourt with @OpCentaur.
“She even makes a cameo appearance- you can watch it 7.15pm Sunday @BBCOne.”
Does Sean have any children?
Sean and Luned have two children together daughter Lili and son Reuben.
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Sean has previously opened up to Wales Online in 2017 on his son’s OCD diagnosis.
Sean told the publication at first he and Luned chose to keep his diagnosis to themselves.
He said: “We had only told family and close friends when I went to an event to highlight Heads Together, the mental health charity run by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
“I didn’t think I would speak to Prince William, but he came over and asked me why I was running the London Marathon (for the charity), and I said ‘because my son has OCD’.
“He was the first person I publicly told. It was a bizarre situation, and I was shocked because I had not gone along to talk about myself.”
Sean later spoke of how the couple feared they would be stigmatised as parents for their son’s diagnosis.
Sean went on to say: “Initially we hid it and made excuses but as soon as we started talking to people about it was like a burden had been lifted.
“Luned and I were worried that we would be judged as parents – did we work too much? There is all this stigma for parents, too.
“The parental stigma has been one of the main issues for us, and something I haven’t heard much about.
“The worry that if we talked about Reuben’s OCD, we’d be judged, he’d be judged.
“In fact, what we found when we started telling people, was a release.
“It was like a weight had been lifted from our shoulders.
“And many parents have been in touch sharing their experiences and concerns.”
Sean Fletcher will host Sunday Morning Live today from 10.45am.