Who is Flog It Michael Baggott wife? Find out more about his weight loss journey.
Baggott is an antique expert who first came into the public eyes when he appeared on the BBC series “Flog It”.
The long-time BBC series is has been running since 27 May 2002 and is presented by Paul Martin.
The antique expert is one of the most recognizable faces of the series and has been popular for his expertise.
Who is Michael Baggott’s Wife?
Micheal Baggot’s wife name has not been unveiled yet.
He seems to be unmarried and is likely not in a relationship with anyone at the moment.
However, the said man is secretive about his married life, hence, may have been keeping his relationship a secret.
The only thing he ever shared about his personal life was a picture of him and his sister on his Twitter @baggottsilver.
Sadly trawling through old family photos for Mum’s Funeral and then I come across one of me and my sister I can’t ever recall seeing (or being taken).
It’s now a firm favourite. pic.twitter.com/Ch5eLH6Rwb
— michael baggott (@baggottsilver) December 1, 2019
From the post, we gather that his mother had passed away.
Michael Baggott Weight Loss Journey Revealed
Baggott is a healthy man with a muscular frame.
Micheal Baggott has a weight being approx. 88kg and height 6 feet 1 inch tall.
The antique collector is a foodie and he often shares his favorite recipes with his followers.
His weight loss journey has been the focus of many of his followers these days, as he seems to have lost some weight.
Over the years people are used to looking at the bulky antique expert and they have noticed some changes in him lately.
However, Micheal Baggott himself has not revealed anything on his weight loss journey yet.
What is Micheal Baggot’s Net Worth?
Micheal Baggot’s net worth is said to be between $2 million – $5 million dollars.
The antique expert and collecter come from a humble beginning as he grew up roughest, poorest council estate in Birmingham, England.
His first antique purchase was the Chester silver Vesta case – for £22.00 which he bought with the money he saved.
Now, the antiques he has collected can be viewed on his Instagram @baggotsilver and on a site he created.