Chef Ainsley Harriott rescued his sister Jacqueline Harriott after she fell in a water feature, she saved her from drowning at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
TV chef Ainsley Harriott and other celebrities attempted to save his sister Jacqueline from drowning after she slipped into a water feature, on Monday at the Chelsea Flower Show
Along with the several group of celebrities, including DIY SOS host Nick Knowles, the 65-year-old was photographed helping his sister out of the water.
Who Is Jacqueline Harriott -Chef Ainsley Harriott Sister? Wiki
Jacqueline Harriott is popularly known as the sister of Chef Ainsley Harriott. She joined her brother at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show on Monday.
Jacqueline slipped into the pool during her visit to an area called “BBC Studios Our Green Planet and RHS Bee Garden.” The incident has been widely reported on the internet for several days.
The Can’t Cook Won’t Cook presenter reassured well-wishers that his sister was “fine” following the tragic fall.
One of the show’s attendees revealed, “The garden was full of people, and I suppose the woman must have fallen into the pond or stumbled over and ended up in the water.”
Jacqueline Harriott was born to Peppy Strudwick, and Chester Leroy Harriott, in Paddington, London, England.
Her father, Chester Leroy Harriott, was a well-known pianist and entertainer best remembered for his eight years as a Harriott and Evans variety show member.
Based on her appearance, she appears to be 5ft. 3inches tall. However, the actual measurement of her height is not mentioned on the internet.
Ainsley Harriott’s decent net worth is around $4million from his television career. He rose to fame as the resident chef on Good Morning with Anne and Nick.
Then, he hosted the public-participation series Can’t Cook, Won’t Cook, and Ready Steady Cook. Some of his more straightforward cooking shows are Ainsley’s Barbecue Bible, Ainsley’s Meals in Minutes, Ainsley’s Big Cook Out, and Ainsley’s Gourmet Express.
Harriott appeared in The Rocky Horror Show as the Narrator at the New Theatre in Cardiff in March 2010, Bromley’s Churchill Theatre in October 2010, and the Richmond Theatre in November 2010