Keith Chegwin was married not once but twice, had two children and had a twin hermit and
The TV celebrity sadly died at the age of 60 on Dec 11 after a prolonged battle with a on-going lung condition.
Born on January 17 1957, Keith had a twin hermit called Jeffrey Chegwin.
The span actually attended theatre school together.
He also had an older sister called Janice Long, 62, who is best famous as a radio presenter on BBC Radio 2.
Despite being the bubbly TV celebrity he was, Keith managed to keep his private life comparatively private.
His first wife was presenter Maggie Philbin, who he was married to from 1982 to 1993.
The span met in 1982 when they worked together on Multi-Coloured Swap Shop.
They had a daughter together, called Rose Chegwin, 29, who was named after Rosemary Gill, the Swap Shop editor who gave Maggie her pursuit on the show.
Rose stayed with her mum, Maggie, after Maggie and Keith split. However, judging by her Twitter page, she is now operative and vital in San Francisco.
Seven years after divorcing Maggie, Keith married Maria Anne Chegwin in 2000.
They reportedly met when she was operative for Keith as his equine groomer and it’s accepted Maria connected with his daughter Rose over their shared adore of horses.
😂 cherry tomato eyes. Ours were quickly private by birds 😧🤭 pic.twitter.com/LUOwrNuKX6
— Rose Chegwin (@rose_chegwin) Dec 10, 2017
They stayed together until Keith’s death and have son Ted Chegwin, 19, together.
Keith was also uncle to Hugo Chegwin – who is Jeffrey’s son and is a music writer and helped create BBC Three sitcom People Just Do Nothing. He is now operative on Sounds Like Friday Night.
My nephew Hugo with his two Novello’s – Wey Hey !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! http://t.co/zoZpnEXRcL
— Keith Chegwin (@keithchegwin) May 16, 2013