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Jeremy Kyle relaxes in luxury with third wife ahead of documentary branding him toxic

Former ITV host Jeremy Kyle has been pictures strolling a beach in Barbados with his wife Vicky Burton and their two-year-old son as he remains silent ahead of devastating Channel 4 documentary, Jeremy Kyle Show – Death on Daytime

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Jeremy Kyle is currently on holiday in Barbados with his third wife, Vicky Burton, and their son, two.

While the former ITV presenter appears to be living it up on the sandy shores of the crystal clear ocean, trouble has been brewing in the background as the bombshell documentary about the disturbing behind-the-scenes details of The Jeremy Kyle show is set to air on Sunday.

Despite the fact the documentary – Jeremy Kyle Show – Death on Daytime – is set to reveal the hideous tactics producers used to rile up vulnerable guests and Jeremy’s ‘uncaring’ nature, the 56-year-old looked super relaxed while enjoying a beach day out with his wife and son earlier this week.

Jeremy looked content and chilled out as he carried his two-year-old son along the shoreline in some colorful swimming trunks.

He paired the patterned shorts with a bright orange Ralph Lauren T-shirt and some blue tinted sunglasses.

Jeremy looked relaxed on the beach as he carried his two-year-old son


Jeremy and his third wife Vicky enjoyed a beach day out in Barbados with their son


The former ITV host looked every inch the doting father as he got stuck into parenting duties during the beach outing.

Meanwhile, Jeremy’s wife Vicky, 38, strolled behind her husband and son as she took in the amazing sights surrounding her.

Vicky looked gorgeous in a white sun-dress which she wore over a polka dot swimsuit.

The happy family were then pictured hopping onto a boat as they parted the beach and headed off on another adventure into the distance.

Vicky looked gorgeous in a white sun-dress which she wore over a polka dot swimsuit


Jeremy and Vicky tied the knot in October 2021


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Jeremy and Vicky have been living it up in Barbados in recent days following their wedding back in October.

The lovebirds were finally able to say their ‘I do’s’ on October 21 after they were forced to cancel their wedding six times for various reasons including the Covid pandemic.

Jeremy fell head over heels for Vicky – who was his children’s former nanny – after the breakdown of his second marriage in 2015.

Vicky had been by Jeremy’s side throughout the ax of his ITV show back in May 2019.

The Jeremy Kyle show was axed in May 2019 after 14 years on air



The Jeremy Kyle show was taken off air for good after troubled guest Steve Dymond took his own life after failing a lie-detector on the show just days earlier.

Almost three years after Steve’s tragic death, a new Channel 4 documentary is set to explore the dark secrets of the long-running show.

Former staff who worked backstage on the show have claimed that they were pushed to ‘manipulate’ guests into taking part in the show, which became increasingly difficult the longer the program ran on TV.

Opening up about the lengths that staff would go to book guests on the show, one anonymous staff member told: “People who were begging and desperate to be on the show… they were often the ones with mental health issues.

The Jeremy Kyle Show: Death on Daytime airs Sunday and Monday at 9pm on Channel 4



“We would have to go through the mental health check list with every guest to see if they are okay to go on the show. There was such pressure to book these that you would quite often lie or sometimes miss out important information or details.”

Others have claimed that they received regular calls from guests threatening to kill themselves.

The Jeremy Kyle Show ran for 14 years until ITV axed it following the death of guest Steve Dymond.

Jeremy Kyle was approached for a response to the new series. He did not provide a statement for broadcast.

*The Jeremy Kyle Show: Death on Daytime airs Sunday and Monday at 9pm on Channel 4

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