Britton has starred in advertisements for several companies and causes, including appearances as herself in advertisements for several Ryvita Minis, and in the 2007 What's it going to take?
From 2008 until 2010, Britton co-presented a revival of the ITV show Mr & Mrs; this time it was an "All Star" version. In November 2008, Britton announced she was to take a break from This Morning and return after the Christmas break in January 2009.
In 1994, Britton presented the popular television cookery gameshow Ready Steady Cook, which she continued until 2000.
In 2006, Britton co-presented the reality television show Soapstar Superstar.
On , she hosted the Classical Brit Awards at the Royal Albert Hall and she also co-hosted The British Soap Awards from 2006 until 2008 with Phillip Schofield.
Fern Britton (born 17 July 1957) is an English television presenter, best known for her television work with ITV and the BBC.
Britton came to national attention when she presented Ready Steady Cook between 19 on BBC One.
Since 2010 she has also published a number of novels and books of short stories and non-fiction.
Britton was born in Ealing, London, to English actor Tony Britton and his first wife, Ruth Hawkins.
In 2007, Britton presented her own ITV Saturday night series called That's What I Call Television.
In each show, she was joined by a celebrity co-host who selected their favourite TV moments from the 1980s and then reunited some of the original stars of selected shows.