Mehreen Baig stars in the BBC series Pilgrimage: The Road To Rome.
The series sees eight celebrities take part in a historic trek, which runs for a staggering 1,240 miles.
The series also stars the likes of Strictly Come Dancing’s Brendan Cole and TV presenter Les Dennis, but who is Mehreen Baig? Here’s everything you need to know about the Pilgrimage: The Road To Rom star.
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Who is Mehreen Baig?
Mehreen Baig is a television presenter.
She previously worked as a teacher and later went on to work as a professional blogger.
Mehreen has also worked as a motivational speaker, and often discusses topics surrounding the British Asian community.
Have we seen Mehreen Baig before?
In addition to starring on the BBC series Pilgrimage: The Road To Rome, Mehreen has also presented segments of The One Show.
She has also hosted the BBC documentaries Islam, Women and Me and Lost Boys? What’s Going Wrong For Asian Men.
Mehreen has also previously written for both The Telegraph and The Observer.
Is Mehreen on Instagram?
Yes, Mahreen is on Instagram and her official username is @queenmehreen.
The television presenter has over 19,000 followers and often shares snapshots of her everyday life and glamorous TV gigs.
Mehreen is also on Twitter, and you can follow her at @thequeenmehreen.
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What is Pilgrimage: The Road To Rome about?
Mehreen’s latest TV venture is the BBC series Pilgrimage: The Road To Rome.
The series follows a group of eight celebrities as they tackle a 15-day trek to Rome, which is based on a route taken in 990AD by the Archbishop Sigeric of Canterbury.
The celebs taking part include Brendan Cole, actors Les Dennis and Lesley Joseph, comedians Stephen K Amos and Katy Brand, Olympic winner Greg Rutherford, Eurovision winner Dana and Mehreen Baig.
PILGRIMAGE: THE ROAD TO ROME AIRS FRIDAYS AT 9 PM ON BBC TWO