This Morning vet Dr Scott Miller‘s cheery face regularly pops up on the ITV daytime show, offering viewers much-needed – and sometimes heartbreaking – advice on their pets.
But who is he and what else do we know about the handsome TV vet?
Where is This Morning vet Dr Scott Miller from?
Dr Scott was born in Brisbane, Australia, to British parents.
After training as a vet in Queensland he headed south to Sydney, where he stumbled onto the small screen.
His first job was at the city’s RSPCA clinic, which was already being filmed as part of a documentary.
Dr Scott later starred in his own documentary, Bondi Vet.
Because of his British heritage, Dr Scott decided to move to the UK and launched a practice in East London.
After setting up his practice, he then started to make more TV appearances in shows such as Big Brother, GMTV, Vet on the Hill, Crufts, The Paul O’Grady Show and Blue Peter.
Vet on the Hill, which started in 2016, was a reality show which saw cameras follow his clinic and join him for house calls.
He then started his stint on This Morning, where he advises the nation on how to best care for their pets.
Now Dr Scott has two practices in Richmond and St Margarets and, according to The Sun, he also owns a farm in Portugal.
Is This Morning vet Dr Scott married?
The celebrity vet gets lots of fan mail from admiring viewers, but he is in fact married.
He met wife Zoe Christien, a children’s TV presenter and model from London, when he appeared on This Morning as a one-off and they met on set.
I was so happy that I was going to spend the rest of my life with her and I shed a tear.
He later proposed in Vietnam and the couple settled in Richmond.
They tied the knot in a beautiful beach-front ceremony in Portugal.
Sharing details of their big day with Hello!, Dr Scott said: “She looked absolutely stunning.
“I was so happy that I was going to spend the rest of my life with her and I shed a tear.”
Do they have any children?
The couple are now parents to three young children – Summer, Quinn and Jackson.
And he regularly shares pictures of the trio to his Instagram account.
They also have a number of pet babies, including a cat, rabbit, three guinea pigs and a tortoise.
Last summer he choked up as he announced on This Morning that his beloved dog Betty had died.
This Morning viewers demand apology from Dr Scott
Last autumn viewers demanded an apology after a vet clinic phone-in left Dr Scott roaring with laughter.
He appeared alongside This Morning presenters Rochelle Humes and Alison Hammond to help viewers with their pet problems.
Owner Debby was concerned because her hamster constantly chewed the bars of the cage and his water bottle.
Rochelle turned to Dr Scott for his advice but he burst into uncontrollable laughter as she asked him what was wrong with the hamster.
His laughter proved contagious as Rochelle and Alison also joined in, while the caller was left hanging.
One viewer said: “Oh dear, I love Scott, but that was very unprofessional.”
Another wrote on social media: “I think they should call that lady back and apologise!
“Can’t help getting the giggles but honestly the lady was asking a serious question and Alison just moving on was poor.”
How did viewers react to his appearance on the show today?
Well it seems they all had the same complaint – that the hunky vet is on screen a little too much!
Taking to Twitter, one said: “Oh great it’s that [bleep]ing vet on again.”
Another added sarcastically: “Oh the vet. Forgotten what he looks like it’s been such a long time!”
“The vet is back again!” said another.
— 💖🐝👑Spanna Monkey 🔧🐵🙊🏴☠️ (@SpannaD) January 28, 2022
However, one viewer was pleased the vet was back on screen.
They tweeted: “Happy Dr Scott day!”
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