TV presenter Fiona Phillips looks set for the Dorset village life
Former GMTV presenter Fiona Phillips has bought another property in the stunning Dorset countryside, it was reported.
The 50-year-old, and husband Martin Frizell, are taking over the Greyhound Inn in Sydling St Nicholas at the end of the month.
Fiona Phillips is reported to have bought a Dorset pub
The 18th century coaching inn has a restaurant and six guest rooms, and occupies a prime spot on the village's High Street.
Current co-owner Ron Hobson, who paid £575,000 when he bought the pub in 2006, told the News of the World: "They're a nice couple.
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"They saw the place three times before the sale was agreed. Fiona's very down to earth."
According to local websites, the couple purchased a cottage in Seatown, near Bridport, a few years ago before purchasing a cottage in Burton Bradstock at auction.
The couple married in May 1997 and have two sons, Nathaniel, born in 1999, and Mackenzie, born in 2002.
It is understood they will employ staff to run the pub.