Sir David Attenborough is treating us all to a brand new present this new 12 months (Credit: Gavin Thurston /Silverback Movies)
He welcomed us into the new year with a heartfelt message and now David Attenborough will return to doing what he does greatest with the beginning of his new present, A Good Planet, tonight on BBC One.
The five-part collection will discover the nice forces of nature that help, drive and allow life on Earth.
And followers ought to take advantage of it as Attenborough has previously suggested his flying days may be over – which means much less exploring for the adventurer.
He’s turn into like a really educated parental determine to many together with his TV exhibits, however what about his precise kids – does he have any?
Who’re David Attenborough’s kids, Robert and Susan?
Sir David has a son and daughter – Robert and Susan.
And it appears the apple doesn’t fall removed from the tree, as son Robert is a senior lecturer in bioanthropology for the College of Archaeology and Anthropology on the Australian Nationwide College in Canberra.
Susan is a former major college headmistress.
Little is thought about them as they’ve each opted a life away from the limelight – nonetheless, given the grand previous age of Sir David, it’s protected to imagine they’re approaching retirement age themselves.
They had been reported as being in ‘their 50s’ in 2017.
Their mom, Elizabeth, whom Sir David married in 1950 died in 1997 of a mind haemorrhage.
Previously, the BBC presenter has spoken about wishing he had been round extra for his kids once they had been younger.
Chatting with Louis Theroux in Radio Occasions he stated: ‘If I do have regrets, it’s that when my kids had been the identical age as your kids, I used to be away for 3 months at a time.
‘In case you have a baby of six or eight and also you miss three months of his or her life, it’s irreplaceable, you miss one thing.’
A Good Planet begins tonight at 8pm on BBC One
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