Inside Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan’s cosy family home they moved into 25 years ago

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Richard Madeley is currently the front runner to replace Piers Morgan as a full-time anchor over on Good Morning Britain.

The broadcaster lives with his wife Judy Finnigan in London in the home the family home they have shared for the last 25 years.

Richard and Judy have lived nestled in London’s posh Hampstead area for almost over half a century and it’s where they film their show Keep Calm and Carry On Reading.

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Thanks to filming the show from their home, fans have been able to take a glimpse inside the cosy home where the couple raised their family.

The TV couple admitted that their house had never been cleaner or tidier due to the film crew’s arrival.

During the show’s first episode Judy explained: "This is our sitting room, welcome. ‘We’ve got all the safety protocols in place. It smells like a disinfectant factory, in fact Donald Trump would love it. It’s cleaner today than the 25 years we’ve lived here."


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The detached home is tasteful and traditional and, of course, boasts plenty of books and a comfy mustard sofa to read them on.

Richard and Judy are parents to Jack Madeley, 34, and Chloe Madeley, 33. and photos of the family growing up line the staircase to the second floor.

Chloe lived at home with her parents before eventually marrying I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here star James Haskell.


The decor is chic, simple and cosy with nothing to fancy or fussy and looks thoroughly lived in with the family’s shoes lined up at the front door.

Richard and Judy also have a second home in Cornwall where they love to spend their time when neither are working, or even individually.

The couple have been married for 34 years and said during lockdown the importance they put on giving each other their own space.

"In all marriages, things can occasionally get tense, and you can get a bit snappy with each other, especially if you’re together 24/7," Richard told The Mirror.

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