BGT and Escape to the Country presenter Nick Page becomes a dad for the first time aged 50

BGT and Escape to the Country presenter Nick Page becomes a dad for the first time aged 50


BGT and Escape to the Country presenter Nick Page confirms delivery of son Magnus as the comic becomes a dad for the first time aged 50

Nick Page has grow to be a dad for the first time, aged 50.  

The BGT and Escape to the Country presenter has confirmed the delivery of son Magnus, whom he welcomes along with his accomplice late final 12 months, between lockdowns.

Nick – who appeared in Britain’s Got Talent again in 2018 – admitted his reduction that he was ready to be there for the delivery and his gratitude that he is been ready to spend a lot time with the new child.

Congrats! Nick Page has become a dad for the first time, aged 50

Congrats! Nick Page has grow to be a dad for the first time, aged 50

The comic instructed BirminghamLive: ‘We had been very fortunate that Magnus was born in the window between lockdowns so I might be in the hospital for the delivery and my in-laws might go to,.

‘Becoming a dad for the first time at 50 creates a lot of comedy materials, particularly at a time like this.

‘Despite having all my work cancelled throughout lockdown, I really feel extremely fortunate as I’ve been with him daily of his life to date, but when I’d nonetheless had my abroad and cruise bookings, I’d have been away for half of that time.’  

Happy news: The BGT star has confirmed the birth of son Magnus, whom he welcomes with his partner late last year, between lockdowns (Pictured in 2018)

Happy information: The BGT star has confirmed the delivery of son Magnus, whom he welcomes along with his accomplice late final 12 months, between lockdowns (Pictured in 2018)

Nick has stepped in to substitute shamed comic Andrew Lawrence at varied gigs.

A string of venues cancelled reveals with comic Andrew Lawrence after he made racist ‘jokes’ on Twitter about England’s soccer stars. 

The comic confronted widespread condemnation after making the feedback in the aftermath of England’s heartbreaking penalty shoot-out defeat to Italy. 

Nick hit out at stand-ups who ‘pander to the racists for enterprise’ – pointing on the market are higher choices to get laughs slightly than counting on ‘bullying or prejudice’. 

Before changing into a comic, Nick was a a property knowledgeable on BBC One daytime present Escape To The Country again in 2002. 

Speaking to The Sun about the TV gig, he stated: ‘I had a temporary stint on daytime telly and I used to be garbage at it.

‘I’d began doing comedy and was going for castings and as a result of I used to be nonetheless working as an property agent all of a sudden I went for a display screen take a look at for this new present Escape To The Country.

‘They figured I’d be low-cost ‘trigger that they had no finances in any respect for the first few sequence.’ 

TV history: Before becoming a comedian, Nick was a a property expert on BBC One daytime show Escape To The Country back in 2002 (Pictured in 2018)

TV historical past: Before changing into a comic, Nick was a a property knowledgeable on BBC One daytime present Escape To The Country again in 2002 (Pictured in 2018)

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