The money saver is one of the most famous people on our screens right now.
Martin Lewis is known for being on some of the biggest shows in the country and for offering his key advice on saving money.
It has become extremely important especially during the pandemic when many people have lost their jobs and are suffering from difficult financial circumstances.
But many people may not know that Martin Lewis isn’t the only famous face in his family as his wife is a well-known celebrity herself.
The mirror reports that Martin’s wife, Lara Lewington, is a famous television presenter and has been happily married since 2009.
In the early days of their relationship, Martin and Lara rented a motorcycle while on vacation and sang songs in the sun.
But after becoming parents, Lara forbade Martin to get on a motorcycle anymore.
After six years on Channel Five as a weather presenter and showbiz correspondent, Lara featured in a weekly sketch for ITV1’s The Impressionable Jon Culshaw.
She was a panelist on ITV 1’s Win, Lose or Draw, and appeared on Newsnight, Big Brother’s Big Mouth, The Weakest Link, and BBC’s Let’s Dance for Sports Relief.
Lara currently co-stars with Spencer Kelly on BBC’s Click, a popular weekly technology news show, and is a columnist for women’s magazine.
Last September, Lara was in a state of terror when she was ambushed on the street by a motorcyclist who drove at high speed before taking her smartphone out of his hand.
Lara was “disappointed” to lose so many family photos, but she was relieved that she wasn’t hurt and that her daughter wasn’t there to witness the horror.
“Last night while I was out and about, a motorcycle turned at high speed and the pillion passenger took my cell phone out of my hand,” explained Lara.
“When I felt someone behind me, I thought for a split second that it was an accident and hoped the person was okay. When I turned around, my phone was gone – at a terrifying pace and Accuracy.
“I’ve been so focused on mask and hand sanitizing these days that I’ve forgotten to be so vigilant. Obviously, I was instantly grateful that I wasn’t hurt and that my daughter wasn’t there to see it – just one bit gutted I lost so many photos after a series of inexplicable backups failed. “
Martin alerted the police and her phone was miraculously picked up by a friendly cyclist who found it after it was dumped by the thieves.
While the screen was broken, Lara was delighted to be reunited with her phone as it contains her family photos.
She explained, “After my husband called the police (while figuring out in my head which frustrating and time-consuming administrator to do), he received a shocking message of a ‘home’ call from a friendly cyclist holding the phone found minutes later (thieves had dumped it) – and despite the damage and the risk of coronavirus, had picked it up and tried to find its owner.
“Despite initial tiredness, we explained to his shock what had happened and asked if he would meet us in a busy place. He was happy about it.
“We jumped into a black cab to get there, Junior told the cabbie the story (he was outraged and kindly decided to wait with us while we checked that this wasn’t part two of the scam). But when we got there Arrived, Sam The cyclist was an honest, nice man and gave back my phone. The screen was broken but the photos were intact. The police report was updated. “
“The moral of the story? Do you have an old smartphone that not even a thief would think of as valuable,” Lara added.