Antiques Road Trip: Meet Irita Marriott’s Family Here

Eve Crosbie

Irita Marriott quickly became one of our favorites Journey on the road of antiquities stars, having only joined the BBC One show’s list of presenters and antiquities experts last year.

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But what do you know of her when the cameras are off? Read more about Irita’s family here…

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Is Irita Marriott married?

Irita likes to keep her cards close to her chest when it comes to her personal life, so not much is known about her life away from the cameras, but Irita has confirmed that she is indeed married. Not much is known about her husband other than the happy couple currently live and work in Bristol. When not appearing on Antiques Road Trip, Irita can be found in Wessex auction houses where she is chief appraiser. We don’t know what her spouse’s profession is.

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Does Irita Marriott have children?

Yes, Irita is a proud mother of two! Writing on her website, Irita revealed that she and her husband share “two adorable sons”. Irita also revealed that she was born and raised in Latvia, which means her children share her Eastern European heritage.


Irita Marriott lives in Bristol with her husband and two sons

As she states on her official website: “I was born in Latvia, but moved to the UK in my early twenties. I have been in the antiques industry for 8 years and have worked as a cataloguer and appraiser at a leading Derbyshire auction house.I now work full time, specializing in decorative antiques, often from frequent buying trips to the Continent.

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What did Irita Marriott say about Antiques Road Trip?

In April 2021, it was announced that Irita would join Phillip Serrell, David Harper, Natasha Raskin Sharp and more on Travel on the road of antiquities. Irita was clearly thrilled to join the show and took to her Instagram to share an image of herself on set. “I am very proud and delighted to finally officially announce that I am part of the BBC Journey on the road of antiquities team!” she wrote in the caption.

Her followers were also thrilled with the news. One person said, “Stop, I’m so excited! You’re amazing, you’re amazing.” Another wrote: “Congratulations I’m sure you’ll be brilliant and hope you can do one with Christina.”

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