The 39-year-old Scot is a regular on the National Lottery draws and has her own early morning Heart radio show.
She was also one of the stars of BBC2’s Celebrity Antiques Roadtrip series, made by STV Productions.
Keen runner Jenni, who has her own sportswear range, lives in London with husband James and daughter Ella, four.
WE used to go to Spain every year until I was 17 and I remember the journey as much as the holidays.
We’d drive the whole way – in a car with no air conditioning in 40 degree heat. My brother and I would sit in the back wondering whether it was better to be sitting there sweating with the windows up, or with a hairdryer blasting us with the windows down.
But it was always worth it when we got there.
We’d rent an apartment a little way out of Marbella in the mountains and the views were spectacular.
We were fascinated by the fact the short-lived soap Eldorado was filmed there.
I was just fascinated by Spain generally and studied Spanish right through to university.
We’d always be there at the end of July and the start of August, so we’d see the same people and I’ve still got friends I see now.
I even had a bit of a holiday romance when I was 14. You know, the sort where you’d hang out together in the evening.
It was the best possible childhood.
When I grew up I discovered there was more to the world than the Costa del Sol, especially doing travel shows.
But the one place that’s taken my heart recently is Mauritius.
James and I love city breaks and we have taken Ella. But you can only do that for so long with kids before they get bored.
So I’m finding that when I booking holidays it’s all about the kids’ clubs.
And we had a brilliant one in Mauritius.
There were so many activities that could keep you entertained all day. But if you just wanted to do nothing but laze about on the beach, that was there, too.
There were boat trips out to an island with giant turtles, which Ella loved. And the whole place is just so gorgeous and dramatic that it’s hard to take a bad picture.
We’d love to go back, but the only thing we might change is when we go.
We were there in March and it was a bit rainy at times, so we might aim to go back at a different season.
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