BBC's Hottie Alice Levine's Guitarist Boyfriend: Foraging Flowers To Decorate The Room
Quick Fact Check
- Date of Birth 1986-07-08
- Age 32 Years 11 Month(s)
- Nationality British
- Birth Place Beeston, United Kingdom
- Profession Model
- Zodiac Sign Cancer
- Religion Jewish
- Children/Kids Not Yet
- Relationship Status Dating
- Divorce/Split Not Yet
- Partner Edward Ibbotson (2014–present)
- Net Worth Not Disclosed
- Career 2008–present
- High School Alderman White School
- College University of Leeds
- Height/ How Tall? 5ft 7 (170.2 cm)
- Hair Short
- Hair Color Red
- Lesbian No
Flowers can be one of the most alluring gifts of nature. They simply beautify the entire terrain where they grow. And it hasn't left our home untouched.
Likewise, today we have Alice Levine, an English television, radio presenter, and flower enthusiast recommends foraging for flowers to decorate the room instead of wasting your money on expensive blooms. Levine loves to play with the flowers.
Caption: Alice's table, arranged with Purse-friendly approaches like Tea towels as napkins and flowers for decoration.
Last year, she told daily mail,
'I love picking wild bits and pieces. When you get a bunch of flowers for an occasion and they feel really bridal and done it's too much, loose wild flowers are always nice."
Her Guitarist Boyfriend: Married?
Alice Levine is dating her guitarist boyfriend, Ed Ibbotson, vocalist and guitarist of the Indie Rock band Life in Film. The couple met for the first time, six years ago, while Levine was searching for a flat.
Then, Ed and his friends were looking for a housemate. Soon, they started living together. They currently in East London together. However, they haven't disclosed any information about taking each other as beloved wife and husband.
Caption: Alice Levine and her boyfriend, Ed Ibbotson.
Alice Levine's Short Bio:
Born on July 8, 1986, Alice Levine in a renowned female English television and radio presenter working in the ranks of British personalities such as Rachel Schofield and Clara Amfo. She first joined BBC Radio 1 to present a show with Phil Taggart On 7 January 2013.
Levine appeared on BBC Radio 1's Innuendo Bingo on 31 October 2013.
She also takes part in the monthly column, the 'Food Club' with Laura Jackson on Company magazine. Besides, she is also the main presenter of "MTV Celebrity Bites" (since 2010) and "Girls Can Code" (since 2015). She is also the narrator of "Crazy Beaches" (since 2013) and "Invasion of the Job Snatchers" (since 2014).
She won the National Student Television Award for “Best On-Screen Female” in 2008. Now, she is serving BBC Channel as a TV presenter.