Tim has twin daughters, Grace and Rose, from his first marriage to Jade Lovejoy.
The couple was married the same year their children was born, in 2002, but later divorced in 2006.
TV star Tim, 48, also has twin girls – Grace and Rose – from his previous marriage to Jade Lovejoy.
Mackenzie left home at the age of 18 and moved to London.
Though best known as having played the young laird Archie Mac Donald in the BBC drama Monarch of the Glen, he also has some theatre and film credits to his name.
He lives in Islington with his partner, Scottish actress Susan Vidler, with whom he has two children: a daughter, Martha, born in December 1999 and a son, Freddy, born in September 2004.
His brother is director David Mackenzie, with whom he co-founded Sigma Films.
The dad of three previously produced Channel 4’s The Big Breakfast, as well as presenting Soccer Am and BBC2 show Something For The Weekend, and he’s even written a book – Lovejoy on Football.
Earlier this week, Sunday Brunch host Tim Lovejoy, 51, took a break from his Dear Lovejoy podcast and answered a series of questions in a Q&A session on Twitter.
But what's his net worth and what has he done since then? He is best known as the face of Soccer AM which he hosted from 1996 to 2007 alongside Helen Chamberlain but left to pursue entertainment ventures.
Tim participated in the 2011 series of Celebrity Master Chef and has been the host of Channel 4's Sunday Brunch since February 2012.
As well as his television career, Tim is also a published author and co-wrote two cooking books with chef Simon Rimmer and his own biography on football.