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Jenni Trent Hughes

Jenni Trent Hughes is a life strategist, coach, [social commentator] and motivational speaker, who specialises in relationships and family issues. She is also a successful TV and radio broadcaster, author and magazine columnist. Originally from Jamaica and lived for several years in the US, Hughes now lives and works mainly in the United Kingdom.

She is currently the UK Relationship Expert for eHarmony the online dating service and has written 'Tough Talk Made Easy: 101 Difficult Conversations and How to Have Them for HarperCollins and relationships. She has also written dozens of features for publications such as Good Housekeeping, Elle, Sainsbury's Magazine and for many years had a column in Red magazine and

In 2002 Hughes was recruited as the co-presenter and relationship expert of the Channel 4 series Perfect Match. The first series won the prestigious Silver Rose at Montreux award in 2002, while the second series also garnered much publicity, with one episode voted as one of the 100 Top Telly Moments for 2002.

Hughes was a regular presenter on ITV'sLoose Women and BBC1's Grumpy Old Women and was also co-presenter on Donny Osmond's BBC1 show Identity. She is currently a regular contributor to BBC1's The Big Questions. She appeared regularly on E4's Big Brother's Little Brother (the spin-off show to the popular reality TV programme Big Brother) as a social commentator, and also wrote a Big Brother-related column for the online media entertainment website Digital Spy. She has also provided commentary for the Sky television production When Celebrities Attract, as well as for several other celebrity-based documentaries. In 2003 Hughes presented Dinner Doctors on Channel 5 with Anneka Rice. She has also appeared in CH4's Diet Another Day and co-presented Get A Life on BBC1's Heaven and Earth. In 2005 Hughes teamed up with GMTV's Fiona Phillips to present the programme Toddler Taming on Discovery and she also contributed to a daily wedding feature for ITV’s This Morning, as well as ITV’s First Wives Club. She has appeared regularly as an advisory guest on GMTV, LK-Today, This Morning, and CH4’s Richard and Judy, speaking on relationship, family, career and political issues. She was once listed in the Mail On Sunday's YOU magazine as "one of the leading women on the internet".

Hughes speaks regularly in schools and universities on a variety of motivational topics and is also one of the voices for the initiative Positive Image. She has delivered seminars for a wide range of organizations from Baker-Tilley's international conference in Paris to the National Childbirth Trust.

Her work as a behavioural observationist is in much demand and she contributes regularly to campaigns for a wide variety of corporate clients such as Microsoft.

Hughes is also an artist who studied at Art Students League of New York and Parsons School of Design. She is also a jewellery designer having studied at the London School of Jewellery. Her creations can be viewed on her website


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