Jenny Frost is known around the world for her singing, TV presenting and charity work. Jenny found her fame as a member of the hit girl group, Atomic Kitten in 2001, selling more than 10 million records worldwide. The chart topping group parted ways in 2004, although reformed for appearances in 2005, 2006 and 2008. Frost decided not to continue with the group when they reformed in 2012, wanting to explore other opportunities in her life.
2007 saw the birth of Frost’s first son, Caspar J. Thrupp. Jenny dedicated all of her time to raising her son in the first year of his life before returning to work in the spotlight. Upon her return, Jenny kept her interest in the entertainment industry but diverted her attention to television. Frost appeared on hit shows such as ‘I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here!’, ‘OK! TV’ and ‘Famous and Fearless’. In July 2008 she earned the role of presenter in the very successful BBC Three programme ‘Snog Marry Avoid’. Jenny went on to film four seasons of the hit show before deciding to end her run as the show’s host in 2011 and turn her focus on family life.
In August 2011 Frost married partner Vicente Juan Spiteri in Ibiza. Two years into her married life Frost announced the pregnancy of twins, Blake and Nico.
Since then, Jenny has put a lot of time into working alongside charities such as World Vision and numerous cancer foundations to raise as much money and awareness as she can for the causes.
Following her previous work with World Vision during her time in Atomic Kitten, this year Jenny has signed on with World Vision and will work as the ambassador for Australia’s 40-hour famine, raising awareness for world hunger. Jenny hopes to encourage people to participate in the 2015 famine to diminish world hunger.
Jenny works every day to inspire her family, friends and fans to do good in their lives. In a time when fame comes and goes as quickly as it is achieved, it’s a true testament to Jenny Frost that she is still achieving as much as she is.