Jenni Falconer 'always reads' to daughter
Jenni Falconer has admitted she always tries to read to her five-year-old daughter Ella because she wants to try and stop her developing an obsession with technology at such a young age
Jenni Falconer "always reads" to her daughter Ella.
The 41-year-old television presenter is determined to raise her five year old to use her creative mind rather than develop an obsession with technology and believes the best way she can do that is by encouraging her to read little stories before she goes to bed.
Speaking to BANG Showbiz, the blonde beauty said: "My parents always read stories to me as a child and I now do too, with my five year old daughter. Nowadays everything is a lot more tech-focused, with iPads and TVs to contend with, but I think it's really important that as parents we learn to balance tech time with other activities."
Jenni has just been unveiled as the judge of Legoland Windsor Resort's bedtime story competition, which will mean she'll be tasked with the difficult challenge of choosing a winner from the group of five to 12 year olds who have who have written magical tales.
The competition will close on Monday (27.03.17) and will see the lucky winner's story published as a real book and placed in every room of the new Legoland Castle Hotel.
Jenni added: "It's great that Legoland Windsor Resort has given us an excuse to help our kids get creative and write their own bedtime story."
The winner will also get the chance to meet Jenni and be amongst one of the first kids to step inside the hotel in an exclusive sneak peak of the very first completed room.
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