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Matt Baker first hit our screens after presenting on children’s BBC programme Blue Peter from 1999 to 2006. He is also known for presenting on popular rural affairs programme Countryfile since 2009. Tonight on Countryfile, Matt will explore the strawberry harvest in Yorkshire.

Has Matt Baker got any children?

Matt and wife Nicola Mooney have two children together daughter Molly and son Luke.

Matt and Nicola tied the knot back in 2004 and earlier this year celebrated their 16th anniversary.

He shared a collage of both him and Nicola as they celebrated their anniversary.

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He wrote: “Todays our anniversary.. 16yrs ago I married my soul mate and love of my life its been 23 yrs of happiness since we said hello!”

Talking to the Mirror in 2011, Matt spoke of his family life.

He said: “I’m so lucky that I met my wife Nicola before any of this telly lark started.

“I knew way back then she was the one and I don’t think I could have done all this without her.

“She knows how intently I focus on things, and she allows me to do that.

“I call her my rock and I call my daughter, Molly, my pebble, just so she doesn’t feel left out.”

Back in March, Matt left The One Show after he had presented on the show for nine years.

At the time of his departure, he spoke of how he was looking forward to spending more time with his family.

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Matt said in a statement at the time: “Most of all, I’m looking forward to spending evenings with my wife Nicola, and finally getting to put my kids to bed.”

Earlier this year, Matt spoke of how he and his family try to be more eco-friendly.

During an interview with BBC Countryfile Magazine, he said: “We have a chart at home to monitor the little things, such as turning off the lights.

“Each time we find one left on, whoever is responsible gets across on the chart.

“This means 10 minutes less watching TV or playing on the Xbox, as energy has been ‘used up.’

“So maybe our chart is helpful – if every household aimed to get fewer crosses next week, we’d all see the difference we were making… and be able to chart our progress on the way.'”

Countryfile will air tonight on BBC One at 5.45pm

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