Jodie Kidd is best known for being a television presenter and one of the most successful models of her generation.
Having been discovered at the age of just 15, she shot into the spotlight, appeared on the cover of Vogue, opened shows for Givenchy and walked for Alexander McQueen’s debut runway presentation. As an international model, she travelled the world shooting high-end campaigns. She returned to modelling in 2013 to walk for Moschino during Milan Fashion Week and the following year was the face of Jaeger’s Autumn Winter campaign. In addition to playing polo and golf, Jodie has enjoyed a successful career as a high-octane Maserati racing driver, competing at some of Europe’s most prestigious racing circuits and raced for Jaguar in the legendary Mille Miglia. She has also taken on many endurance challenges including L’Etape du Tour and, after becoming an ambassador for the charity Help for Heroes, Jodie completed the Burma Bike Ride, the Big Battlefield Bike Ride, and climbed Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money on their behalf.
She has taken part in several popular television programmes, including BBC One’s Who Do You Think You Are and Strictly Come Dancing. She also presented her own US television show Fashion Avenue, fronted her own BBC Three documentary I Believe in Miracle Healing, and has co-presented Chanel 5’s The Classic Car Show and ITV’s coverage of The Isle of Man TT. Jodie is passionate about sustainability and growing her own vegetables and is a keen cook, having been a finalist in Celebrity MasterChef. In 2017, Jodie opened gastropub The Half Moon in Kirdford and the following year it was awarded 2 Rosettes by the AA. Jodie is involved in everything from menu design and creation of dishes, as well as hosting her very own Curry and Quiz night each month. Guests can expect flavour and quality to be at the centre of everything with British produce enhanced by global flavours inspired by Jodie’s travels.