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Anthea Redfern (born circa 1953),[1] is a former British television hostess, most notable as the assistant to her husband Bruce Forsyth on the BBC's The Generation Game.

Redfern trained as a dancer and then worked as a model in Paris and the UK: she was one of the first models to appear on Page 3 of The Sun, albeit not topless, and she became "Miss London" in 1970.[1] She met Forsyth at a "Miss Lovely Legs" competition,[2] The couple started an affair, and after Forsyth divorced his first wife Penny Calvert, she auditioned against 52 other applicants, and they started presenting The Generation Game together.[3]

They married on Christmas Eve 1973 and had two daughters: Charlotte and Louisa. In 1979 they divorced, and Redfern subsequently married property developer Freddie Hoffman, with whom she had daughter India.[1] Redfern later married Torquay United F.C. and Bristol Rovers F.C. footballer Robin Stubbs and another divorce followed. She now spends a large amount of time in Marbella, Spain.[1]

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