She cracks up the jokes, making the audiences laugh at the edge of the seat. Moreover, she is a television personality whining the entertainment area around I am a Celebrity…Get me out of Here, an Australian version of Dancing with the stars, The Celebrity Apprentice Australia and much more. Yes! We are talking about Queen of Jungle Fiona O’Loughlin, who earned the title in March for the television program- I am a Celebrity…Get me out of Here! So, what she had shared about personal life besides amusing spectators. Who is Fiona O’Loughlin married to?

Winning the title of I am a Celebrity…Get me out of Here on the fourth season; she further accumulated attention via donation of prize money to chosen charity.  In the particular column, we’ll illustrate on Fiona O’Loughlin husband, married life, children, TV shows career, stand-up comedian facet, books and wiki-bio.

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Fiona O’Loughlin married life and children

I Am Celebrity star Fiona O’Loughlin is a single mother of five children. Previously Fiona married Chris, but the pair split back in the year 2012. Her private secrets revealed in the interview with Herald Sun where she coined her relationship to be without future. Furthermore, it unveiled that Fiona along her five children used to live in Alice Springs, Australia. After the split, they moved to Melbourne.

Caption; Fiona O’Loughlin  with her youngest child


CaThe only reason, she stated for their estranged relation is unknown future both spouses was holding unto. The single mother of five children is soon to be a grandmother. Amidst the episode of I am a celebrity, she received the letter from one of her daughters that she is going to be a grandmother.

The letter hinted Fiona O’Loughlin as Noni, which refers to the nickname of grandmother.

“Noni is going to be my grandmother name, and that is her way of letting me know that she is getting well and truly through the first trimester. I think I can say it out loud;  am going to be a grandmother. I am going to be Noni!’”

Fiona O’Loughlin in I’m A Celebrity and other shows

On March 12, she enthroned the title of Queen of Jungle in I am a Celebrity…Get me out of Here. Fiona defeated the final contestants Shannon Knoll and Danny green to secure second and third position respectively. The show is popular for gruesome challenges.

Fiona overcame vivid challenges and finally led to finalist title in the fourth season. After the victory, she announced her happiness to be a part of the TV show on social media. Before, participating in I am a Celebrity…Get me out of Here; she enrolled in Television shows like an Australian version of Dancing with the stars in 2009 and second series of The Apprentice Australia in 2012. Also, she made the guest appearance in Hughesy; We have a problem, Spicks and Specks, Rove live and Breast darn Show in Town.

Fiona O’Loughlin as a Comedian and her books

The primary recognition of Fiona O’Loughlin is a stand-up comedian. Her comedian skills are primarily based on her experiences. Hence, it garnered applause from numerous spectators.

Caption; Fiona O’Loughlin at the 2010 Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Her acts in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the Montreal Comedy Festival and more are still the talk of tinsel. Fiona also sprayed her talented spree of storytelling into books. In 2011, she became an author of short stories, Me of the Never Never: The (Chaotic) Life and Times of Fiona O’Loughlin were published by Hachette Australia.

Fiona O’Loughlin Wiki-Bio; Age, Family, Sister, And Facts on her Alcoholism!

She was born in Warooka, South Australia, in July 1963.  54-years old Fiona resides in Melbourne, Australia with her family. Do you know, Fiona O’Loughlin sister is
Comedy Inc. cast member Emily Taheny?

During 2009, she collapsed n the midst of performance in Brisbane, Australia, where she uncovered her battle with alcoholism with the public.

“I have an alcoholic mind, I will always have an alcoholic mind.

And that alcoholic mind will at times tell me that it is a good idea to have a drink. It is a cunning, powerful and baffling disease. What I do every single day is just not have that first drink. You can’t get drunk if you don’t have the first drink. Don’t have the first one under any circumstances.”