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Her parents were involved in the hotel business in Morrar.
She completed her schooling at the Lochaber High School in Fort William and earned her high school diploma there.
The weather woman was presenting her forecast from London’s Covent Garden ahead of the Christmas lights switch on tonight.
However, while speaking about this year’s “spectacular” tree, the 55-year-old was inundated with confused replies on Twitter.“The Christmas tree is actually 55ft tall, it weighs 1,500 tonnes and it’s got between 25,000 and 30,000 lights on it. But many pointed out that the presenter’s weight calculations must be way off, leaving those at home amused.“A Christmas tree that weighs 1,500 tonnes, f*** that, I've NEVER seen a tree that heavy! @carolkirkwood @BBCBreakfast #BBCBreakfast,” one user posted. Two others continued: “Presenter on #bbcbreakfast ‘the xmas tree weighs 1500 tonnes’ - don’t think so love!
Zilli beach bums When Aldo Zilli announced that he was opening his first restaurant outside London, in Brighton, he hoped that it would provide the chance to escape the crime of the capital. "l staged a beach party for the opening night of my fish restaurant, but woke up the next day to find burglars had struck at my new beach hut and taken everything," he told Mandrake at an Alfa Romeo "cook-off" between him and Theo Randall, in Fulham.
"It's very sad." Bronze Lady invites bidders A unique statuette of Baroness Thatcher by Antony Dufort is the prize lot in an auction tomorrow at the Conservatives' summer party, at the Roundhouse theatre, in Camden Town.
The 53-year-old divorced her husband, Jimmy, after 25 years of marriage back in 2008 and recently said that it'd be "nice to start dating somebody again".
She laughed: "Sex symbol makes me laugh, I couldn’t be further from a sex symbol if I tried!She later went on to complete her BA in commerce at the Napier University in Edinburgh.During her childhood, she was a Girl Guide, and she supported herself.Every morning I think ‘why did I not choose what to wear last night? To mark the start of meteorological spring on March 1, Carol Kirkwood and BBC Weather Watchers be launching a new geolocation feature and a partnership with Libraries to support viewers and listeners who aren’t online.’"I get up at quarter to 3, so it’s a quick cup of tea, shower and off to work."My main thoughts are ‘what colour did I wear yesterday? To register go to uk/weatherwatchers or your local library.