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Polly Gillespie & Grant Kereama split

We take a look back at Polly and Grant in happier times

We were saddened to hear the news this morning that much-loved radio star (and Woman’s Day columnist) Polly Gillespie and her husband Grant Kereama have separated.

The popular breakfast show hosts had been together for 30 years and have three children together. While announcing the difficult news on air this morning, the duo stressed that they remained close friends and were committed to continuing their radio show.

“We’re happy, loving and the best of friends. We absolutely love working together – even after getting up at 3am for so many years (and there will be many more!) we are still so committed to our family and our listening family,” Polly and Grant said in a statement.

We take a look back at the veteran broadcasting team in happier times.

We were saddened to hear the news this morning that much-loved radio star (and Woman’s Day columnist) Polly Gillespie and her husband Grant Kereama have separated.

The popular breakfast show hosts had been together for 30 years and have three children together.

While announcing the difficult news on air this morning, the duo stressed that they remained the best of friends and were committed to continuing their radio show.

“We absolutely love working together – even after getting up at 3am for so many years (and there will be many more!) we are still so committed to our family and our listening family,” the pair said in a statement.

The veteran broadcasting duo’s trademark humour wasn’t lost even in the midst of the sad news.

“We were hoping to say we’ve ‘consciously uncoupled’ but quickly realised that Gwyneth Paltrow & Chris Martin had already used that – let’s just run with it and hope they don’t see,” they joked in their statement.

In this photo, Polly and Grant relax after a long day on a photo shoot. Photo: Instagram

“There’s still a lot of love between us after so many years of marriage,” Polly and Grant said.

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