ITV star Mary Nightingale and her husband Paul were forced to vacate their home after it was badly damaged in floods.
The Evening News presenter, 58, said her home in London was vandalized over the summer and they are living in makeshift accommodation.
She shares children Molly, 19, and Joe, 17, with husband Paul Fenwick and said the family’s environment has changed when asked about the view from her sofa in a new interview with Radio Times.
Mary said: “We are not at our house in west London at the moment because it was flooded last summer.”
She continued: “We have moved out while it is being repaired and the damage repaired.
“So we’re in an apartment right now with an incredible view, all the way to the Shard and the London Eye on one side and Wembley Stadium on the other.”
Mary has been on the news show for over 20 years and also admitted that when stories are “difficult”, it can be difficult to control emotions.
She said, “I feel like crying sometimes, but I don’t think it’s helpful.”
Nightingale began her journalism career as a presenter and writer at the World Business Satellite for TV Tokyo.
She then worked as a presenter and writer for BBC World’s World Business Report, covering business and corporate news.
This then launched her into a television career and she then began hosting shows such as Wish You Were Here…, The Really Good Food Show.
On 13 December 2016, it was announced that Nightingale would become the sole presenter of the ITV Evening News from January 2017.
In 2002, Mary broke the news of the death of Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.
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