Yes, Suzi Perry is still married to her husband/partner, Bastien Boosten, a Dutch businessman. The couple met while filming an episode of The Gadget Show, and later got married on August 6, 2009, with an Elvis impersonator officiating the 30-minute ceremony. In addition, she was previously married to Steve Bullock, but he reportedly filed for divorce after she met Nick Knowles.
Perry hosted BBC Sport's MotoGP coverage for 13 years beginning in 1997. In February 2010, she announced her retirement from presenting MotoGP coverage, following a year in which she had a number of health issues, including viral meningitis and ectopic pregnancy. She stated that the extensive traveling required, combined with her other TV commitments, was affecting her work-life balance.
Later, Suzi launched a run of live Instagram broadcasts titled Suzi's Breakfast Club during the coronavirus lockdown in spring 2020, which featured interviews with figures from the sports, music, and entertainment industries. Carl Fogarty, James Toseland, Colin Edwards, Max Biaggi, Steve Parrish, Mark Blundell, David Coulthard, and Jason Plato were among them. The vast majority of broadcasts were also made available on YouTube.
And recently, fans are now curious about her personal life and wonder if she is still married to her husband or if she has a new partner So let's get into detail about her married life and love life.
Yes, Suzi Perry Is Still Married: The English Television Presenter Ahs Been Married to Her Partner Bastien Boosten Since 2009!
Yes, Suzi Perry (@suziperry100) is currently married to her husband Bastien Boosten. The couple got married on August 6, 2009, with an Elvis impersonator officiating the 30-minute ceremony. Meanwhile, she is the first celebrity bride to tweet her own wedding photos.
Rather than having a traditional reception after her Las Vegas wedding, Suzi and her husband/partner with their friends and families went to see Lance Burton's magic show at the Monte Carlo Casino. Lance chose Suzi to be invited up on stage with him during the performance, where she was sawed in half in his Audience Dismember illusion. In addition, Suzi and Bastien first met while filming an episode of The Gadget Show; Suzi was reporting on a single-wheeled motorbike invented by Bastien.
Suzi Perry with her husband, Bastien Boosten.
However, Suzi Perry has previously announced in 2016 that she has given up hope of having a child. The BT Sport host, who has been trying for a child for nearly ten years, has had an ectopic pregnancy and several miscarriages. Desperate for a child, she and her husband tried IVF but were unsuccessful. So, after years of heartbreak, Suzi, finally admitted that she will never be a mother. She stated
My biggest disappointment is not being able to have kids.
But the Moto GP presenter said she enjoys being Laurien's stepmother. She explained, "It’s something that I’ll never, ever stop feeling sad about. However, I’m lucky to be a stepmom to Bastien’s daughter Laurien. I’ve been in her life for ten years and she very much feels like a part of me.”
Similarly, Suzi Perry also admitted that she regrets the circumstances surrounding the breakdown of her first marriage when she looks back on her life. Suzi was in her late twenties when she married her then-partner Steve Bullock, a Sheffield model, for four years, but he reportedly filed for divorce after she met DIY SOS star Nick Knowles on the set of City Hospital.
Suzi Perry with her then-partner, Nick Knowles.
Suzi and Nick dated for three years before calling it quits in September 2003. Later, in an interview with Essentials magazine, she stated,
My biggest regret is that my first marriage was a failure. I worked hard at it, but it was a mistake and I regret the shenanigans that went around that break-up. If I had my life again, I would think twice about making that commitment. When I look back now I think, ‘How could I not have realised?’
Suzi Perry, who is presenting BT Sport's coverage of the MotoGP right now, claimed to have finally discovered the ideal work-life balance. she explained,
My life motto is to work hard, so I can play hard. I’ve finally learned that it’s really important to relax sometimes, too. I used to be dreadful at saying no and would get really burnt out, then I met my guy and suddenly home became more important than work.