British presenter and writer, mostly recognized for his BBC show Escape To the Country and Cash In the Attic, is a married man.
The Mindsprings Practice Space founder is happily married to Daniel Martin, about whom he frequently talkies in his blogposts, and resides in their Sussex home with a pet dog.
Appleton Married To Daniel Martin
The proud husband Appleton doesn’t shy away from flaunting his man on social media. On November 24, 2020, the psychotherapist made an adorable post where his husband was busy knitting a poncho and chatting with the international members of Mindsprings Practice Space.
Although Appleton is very open about his love life, he hasn’t yet addressed any details regarding his relationship with Daniel. However, he frequently mentions his husband on his website’s blogposts and said he was lucky to have found his supportive and understanding husband.
Besides, during this COVID pandemic Daniel, who is a yoga teacher, assisted Appleton with his online meditation program at Mindsprings by teaching more than three hundred yoga and meditation classes for free.
Moreover, the couple is relishing their time together, living in Newhaven Port’s old French Sea captain’s cottage house in Sussex, with their pet dog Ben.
I’m sitting here watching my husband knit and chat to a whole international crowd of lovely folk from the Mindsprings Practice Space. Makes me very proud that these groups spring up within the MSPS world. Such lovely energy. #craft #international #circle #meditatetostaypositive pic.twitter.com/s95LMu9vLp — Alistair Appleton (@agappleton) November 24, 2020
His Career and Net Worth
After completing his education from Gonville and Caius College in English Literature, the 51-year-old started as a journalist for Deutsche Welle television in Germany.
Later, returning to England, Appleton worked with the networks Sky. Five, Travel Channel and BBC as a presenter for the shows House Doctor, Rhona, Travel On, Garden Invaders, and his most recognized BBC shows Cash in the Attic and Escape To the Country, where he served the longest, from 2007 to 2017.
Besides, he is also a licensed psychotherapist who owns an online meditation platform Mindsprings, dedicated to helping people deal with anxiety through his self-tailored meditation and yoga courses.
However, the tv presenter’s net worth figures is unrevealed, but he is certainly assumed to have accumulated a bulky amount from his accomplished career.
Speaks Out About The BBC Presenter, Kristien Digby’s Death
In 2010, Kristien Digby, well-known BBC presenter of the show To Buy Or Not To Buy, was found dead in his London home.
The presenter lay dead in his bed, merely in his boxers and his head wrapped in a plastic bin. Eventually, the autopsy report declared his death as ‘misadventure,’ death by accidental self-suffocation.
Regarding the tragic loss, Appleton shared his tribute to Digby through his social site and wrote, “Kristian was a fine, charming, complex, rather dazzling man. TV is duller and straighter and drearier without him. I was proud to have met him, hung out with him, known him a little. It’s desperately, desperately sad.”