BBC Antiques Road Trip: Natasha Raskin Sharp’s Husband She Met On Set, The One Thing They “Are Guilty” Of And How She Broke The Rules Of The BBC Show

When it comes to antiques, no one knows what TV presenter and antiques expert Natasha Raskin Sharp is.

Natasha, 35, will be a familiar face to anyone who has enjoyed programs such as Antiques Road Trip, Bargain Hunt or Flog it! and she has many years of experience under her belt.

Given Natasha’s popularity, she has built up a dedicated fan base who enjoy learning intimate details about her life away from our screens.

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An interesting fact about the expert in antiques and art is that his father is also a famous name.

Natasha’s father is Philip Raskin, a well-known Scottish artist who has gained enormous popularity on the contemporary art scene.

In terms of love life, Natasha has been married to her husband Joe Sharp for five years.

The romance blossomed between the two backstage at the BBC where Joe is reportedly working as a producer and director.

Opening to the BBC about her relationship, Natasha said: “My partner and I are guilty of overeating in restaurants – Glasgow has so many great restaurants, too much of my free time is spent eating delicious food and not enough time to work out in the gym. “

Another behind-the-scenes detail about Natasha is that she admitted to breaking the rules while working on Bargain Hunt.

While filming the popular daytime show, Natasha admitted that she bought a painting that the show’s contributors didn’t want.

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While chatting with Gethin Jones and Kym Marsh on Morning Live in November, she explained, “Well, [that moment] certainly stands out because what I did was broke a very basic rule.

“I brought something the team didn’t want on his back!

She continued: “I don’t know why I did this – it was a very busy day on Portobello Road. But luckily it brought in some profit. James in the studio would be very happy as the two guests were vets. and the painting was of a veterinary subject. “

Natasha Raskin Sharpwill appear on Antiques Road Trip today (Monday January 3) on BBC One at 4 p.m. ET.

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