Who is The Apprentice star Karren Bradys husband? Everything you need to know

BBC reality TV show The Apprentice is finally back on our screens this week after a break of two years and we can’t wait to see what Alan Sugar has in store!

Lord Sugar and his aide Karren Brady are back to judge the candidates’ skills (or lack thereof!) and Tim Campbell – winner of the first series – takes Claude Littner's place as he recovers from an accident.

Karren, 52, has been married to her husband Paul Peschisolido since 1995, and they share two children together – Sophia and Paolo.

Here we take a look at everything you need to know about Karren's husband…

Who is Karren Brady's husband?

Business guru Karren and her husband are hugely successful in their own rights, with Paul having a football career while Karren was branded ‘The First Lady of Football’, thanks to her entrepreneurial skills in the industry.

Paul – whose full name is Paolo Pasquale Peschisolido – is a Canadian retired footballer.

He joined Birmingham City in 1992, where he met Karren the following year when she became managing director of the club.

Paul spent 16 seasons in England and played for nine different clubs, including Fulham, Sheffield United, and Luton Town.

Paul, after retirement, became the manager of Burton Albion in 2009.

Karren kick-started her career at Saatchi & Saatchi as a trainee, before she was offered a role at Sport Newspapers and became the company director at just 20 years old.

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She has since become a business mogul, motivational speaker, and has a CBE.

Karren and her husband tend to keep their marriage private, but the star's daughter, Sophia, can be found posting on Instagram.

Sophia boasts a whopping 380,000 followers on the platform and she can often be found positing bikini and lingerie snaps on her page.

Joining Karren on the panel this year will be Tim, who won the very first series of the BBC show in 2005 when the prize was a £100,000 job at Alan's company.

"My former winner Tim Campbell will step into Claude’s seat and be my eyes and ears as the candidates face a tough set of business challenges in the upcoming series," said Alan of the change.

"Having been on the show myself, I know the hard work that goes into it so I didn't take the decision lightly," said Tim, who will also be joined by long-standing star of the show Baroness Karen Brady. He added, "I wish Claude the very best as he recovers."

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