Fans of Charlotte Church will be treated to a brand new programme that explores the private life of the famous singer and songwriter.
The personal and investigative show which will air on Channel 4 later this year.
Here’s everything you need to know about the brand-spanking new Charlotte Church: My Family and Me.
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Who is Charlotte Church?
Charlotte is a Welsh singer and songwriter who first rose to fame in her early teen years as a talented classical music singer.
However, in 2005, aged 20, Charlotte turned to pop music and forged a successful career in the UK charts with Crazy Chick and Call My Name.
In total, Charlotte has sold more than 10 million singles worldwide.
She turned her hand to TV presenting in 2006 with The Charlotte Church Show, which aired on Channel 4 for three series.
Charlotte is also is known for her relationship with former Welsh rugby player Gavin Henson.
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The pair share a daughter and son together – Ruby Megan Henson, who was born in 2007, and Dexter Lloyd Henson, who was born two years later.
In 2010, Charlotte became engaged to Gavin Henson although they split up six weeks later. She has since moved on to marry musician Johnny Powell in 2017.
What is Charlotte Church: My Family and Me about?
The one-off 60-minute episode explores Charlotte’s journey through fame paired with the emotional complexities of family life.
Charlotte shot to fame at just age 11, meaning the entirety of her adult life has been plagued by tabloid scrutiny.
Donning the celebrity status for more than 20 years already, My Family and Me will look at how Charlotte has coped over the years, as she sits down with mum Maria and dad James for an honest and open chat.
Charlotte told Channel 4:
My relationship with my parents is by turns hilarious, emotional and somewhat unusual – we’ve had a fascinating life together, but it’s not been without its challenges.
There’s a lot of stuff we’ve never talked about – and the prospect of doing that is both terrifying and enthralling.”
How to watch Charlotte Church in 2019
Channel 4 are yet to announce an exact release date for My Family and Me.
It will air later this year on C4 around 9pm-10pm.
The episode is a one-off and will last 60 minutes.
WATCH CHARLOTTE CHURCH: MY FAMILY AND ME ON CHANNEL 4 LATER IN 2019