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Donna Air is a British actress and television personality who hosted The Big Breakfast for Channel 4, TFI Friday with Huey Morgan and Popstars: The Rivals Extra for ITV. She has appeared in films such as The Mummy Returns, Still Crazy, and Bad Day, and the television series Hollyoaks and Hotel Babylon, BBC TV comedy Operation Good Guys, Catherine Cookson’s six-parter A Dinner of Herbs, and Lynda La Plante’s Supply and Demand. Born Donna Marie Theresa Air on August 2, 1979 in Wallsend, England, to parents Marie and Trevor Air, she attended St Oswald’s Catholic Primary School in Gosforth and Sacred Heart Convent School on Fenham Hall Drive, in Newcastle upon Tyne. She graduated from Gosforth Academy. She started her career at the age of ten on the CBBC series Byker Grove. She was in a long-term relationship with multi-millionaire Damian Aspinall, with whom she had a daughter named Freya Air Aspinall. From 2013 to 2018, she dated James Middleton.
Body Statistics Table
Donna Air's body statistics are seen in the table below. Take a look at measurements like height and weight!
|Height||1.74 m, 5′8½” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||55 kg, 121 pounds|
|Cup Size||Cup Size B|
|Implants or Natural (Breasts)||Unknown|
|Breasts-Waist-Hips||34-25-34 inches (86-63.5-86 cm)|
Donna Air Inspirational Quotes
My look is relaxed, and while I love fashion, I don’t obsess about it. I don’t have set rules when it comes to dressing, and I don’t mind where my clothes are from.
I really feel it when I can’t get to the gym for a few weeks. I like to run on a treadmill in the gym so I can keep track of what I’m doing.
My dad was a mechanical engineer and a drummer. We had no money, but I never felt we had no money, and that’s what I remember now, having my own child. I think, ‘Oh so what?’ Kids don’t go around the house seeing what’s wrong with it.
I’ve always embraced everything and been open-minded about what’s ahead.
I am partial to a cartwheel or two. It’s the way to go; I’ll be doing them in my 50s, hopefully.