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Cookham Jubilee

Ulrika Jonsson



Ulrika moved to Cookham in 1991 but has been very familiar with the area since she was a child.

After going to Burnham Grammar, an early watering hole of hers was the Royal Exchange pub on the High Street.

Both Ulrika’s children were born in Cookham – Cameron is seven and little Bo, born with a heart defect, is just a year and a half. “I have no intention of moving from Cookham, I love its rolling landscape, Maliks’ restaurant and the Jolly Farmer”

Away from working in TV on Dog eat Dog, Shooting Stars, and Home Alone, Ulrika loves to garden, listen to the Archers (it’s even the ring tone on her mobile!) and to shop at John Lewis!

It’s a good distraction away from writing her autobiography which will be published later this year.

Ulrika speaks Swedish, English, French, and German and just for the record she is supporting Sweden in the world cup!


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