Bell is rumoured to have struck up a romance with Britain’s most successful female jockey, Hayley Turner. The former couple, who have covered the Royal Ascot together, began dating in following Cumani’s separation from polo-playing husband Rob Archibald. Bell has reportedly moved on with Turner, who regularly rides for his uncle, Derby-winning trainer Michael Bell. Splitsville: Francesca Cumani and co-host Oli Bell have called it quits after two years. The year-old, who splits her time covering the British and Australian racing seasons, is regarded as one of the most popular racing personalities on television. She married Archibald in , and had son Harry two years later. The couple are reported to have split after Bell was rumoured to have struck up a romance with British female jockey, Hayley Turner right. Cumani had spoken about her decision to move, noting she would have been devastated to miss the race that stops a nation. The two split in The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.
The first Group races could come on the weekend of May , featuring the key Guineas trials as well as the Brigadier Gerard and Sagaro Stakes. A test run, featuring Chamberlin and co-presenter Francesca Cumani in their homes, was successful on Friday. ITV Racing’s broadcasts have the potential to capture larger audiences with much of the sporting calendar cancelled until June.
It could be absolutely brilliant. The numbers aren’t great but they’re improving and the great thing is that we’re in a position where we’re ready to go when we get the green light from the government.
Francesca Cumani is a true thoroughbred expert. Hailing from a racing family, horses have always been part of Francesca’s life, and her career to date has.
The popular industry figure and fellow TV co-host Bell were together for approximately two years but have now gone their separate ways, the Herald Sun reports. Cumani, from England, is a highly respected presenter whose star rose in Australia on the back of her work at the Melbourne Cup for Channel 7, and last year with Channel 10 when the rival network bought the rights for the race that stops a nation.
Cumani’s unflappable on-camera persona combined with her unmatched knowledge of the sport has made her a huge hit with viewers and racing fans alike. According to a report in the Daily Mail , Bell has become close with Britain’s most successful female jockey Hayley Turner. Cumani was previously married to Australian polo player Rob Archibald. The pair tied the knot in but separated in Speaking in January last year about their break-up, Cumani said: “Rob and I are fine and moving on with our lives.
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Francesca Cumani is a British-Italian horse racing expert, presenter, and commentator based jointly in the United Kingdom and in Australia. She is the daughter of a legendary Italian horse breeder, Luca Cumani. Her father, Luca Cumani, is a prominent Italian horse trainer, based in England since Francesca Cumani is a year-old horse racing expert, presenter, and commentator born in January in the United Kingdom.
Miss Cumani was raised in a racing family and has shown a love for the sport since an early age.
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Results for francesca cumani. Day 3 of Ascot tonight is set to be a cracker! Another winning outfit for Francesca Cumani at the races toda francescacumani. As Francesca Cumani arrives at Cheltenham , Tatler revisits an August interview with the glamorous racing correspondent francescacumani. Glamorous racing commentator Francesca Cumani splits with her boyfriend of two years who is ‘now dating a jockey’ – but the pair will soon be forced to reunite. Glamorous racing expert Francesca Cumani has split from her partner, but the broken-up pair will soon be forced to reunite back on air.
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Francesca Cumani was paid a handsome sum to jump ship from Seven to Ten last year. Source:Channel The popular industry figure and fellow TV co-host Bell were together for approximately two years but have now gone their separate ways, the Herald Sun reports. Cumani, from England, is a highly respected presenter whose star rose in Australia on the back of her work at the Melbourne Cup for Channel 7, and last year with Channel 10 when the rival network bought the rights for the race that stops a nation.
Francesca Cumani has split with Oli Bell. Cumani was previously married to Australian polo player Rob Archibald. The pair tied the knot in but separated in Oli and I are still together and are very happy. I am certainly a lot more happy and confident in my work. To join the conversation, please Log in. Don’t have an account?
Francesca Cumani splits with boyfriend Oli Bell
Francesca Cumani , the daughter of renowned Italian horse trainer Luca Cumani is doing quite well in her professional life on her own; she currently works for Channel Seven and CNN. However, there’s more to Cumani’s life than her journalism career and the shadow of her father’s popularity. She married polo-player Rob Archibald back in ; they have a baby boy together. That means Cumani’s married life is on point as well. Rob is one of the most accomplished polo players in Australia.
Glamorous horse racing commentator Francesca Cumani has broken her silence after she split with her Australian polo captain husband, Rob.
She looked absolutely stunning on every single day of the meet. Carrying off her signature style, of sheer elegance, with that one of a kind twist. We were especially thrilled to see Francesca wearing Jennifer Gibson Jewellery. Perfectly teamed with her Goat Fashion ensemble for the Opening Day. A stunning combo of a sleek silhouette with jewelled collar finished to perfection with vintage pieces. Francesca also wore a s Crystal bracelet doubling creatively as an alice band with her Christian Dior Earringsworn as jewelled buttons.
Francesca Cumani is racecourse ready for the Cheltenham Gold Cup day
After attending university Francesca worked in the family business of training and breeding race horses. After taking horses to Australia on a trip, she was offered an opportunity to be a guest presenter on Australia’s Channel 7’s horse racing broadcast. Francesca began working for ITV Racing in Francesca graduated from Bristol University with a degree in French and Spanish. Francesca was born in Newmarket, Suffolk, and is the daughter of trainer Luca Cumani.
Francesca received her amateur jockey licence at the age of 18  and had four wins.
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Francesca Cumani can bring ‘new perspective’ to racing coverage Proud mum Sara Cumani believes her daughter Francesca can bring “fresh eyes” to racing after she was announced as co-host of ITV’s Flat coverage in Cumani, daughter of leading Newmarket trainer Luca, already has extensive broadcast experience within the sport, having worked for CNN and for Seven Network in Australia. Though she will not be a familiar face to many viewers, Sara Cumani feels her daughter’s global knowledge of the sport can help to breathe new life into a format that is often criticised for being too prosaic.
She said: “I’m very proud of her, but I’m a bit nervous as it’s quite an ask. I’m dead chuffed for her. She added: “Francesca obviously did CNN and spent a lot of time travelling around, but that’s not very realistic now the new baby is here. She added in a statement: “I’m hugely excited to be part of ITV’s new racing team and looking forward to working with Ed Chamberlin covering the Flat season from next year. ITV director of sport Niall Sloane said: “Francesca has a superb pedigree as a racing presenter with a genuine love of the sport.
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