But it may have cost her the chance to host future coverage.
The presenter was axed from the BBC team at last year's Commonwealth Games after covering the swimming at Rio and the Budapest World Swimming Championships in 2017.
'I don't think I would have stuck it with me as long as she did. She had one husband for the first eight years we were married and a very, very different one for the rest'.
His new love is American financier Jordan Connell, believed to be in her early 30s, whom he met at Cambridge.
While he was examining its contents he noticed that Ms Khan was scrolling 'frantically' through her personal phone deleting messages.
Mr Cummings then forced Ms Khan to surrender her personal handset: although sources say that Ms Khan had 'managed to clear most of her Whats App messages', Mr Cummings spotted a recent voice call to Ms Trowbridge.
She says she hasn't done anything since then but says that's the nature of the industry.
Hubert was rushed to the medical centre after the incident, but succumbed to his injuries and died at 6.35pm local time.Jacob Rees-Mogg has accused 'deceitful' MPs planning a last-ditch Commons move to block No Deal Brexit of being too frightened to call a vote of no confidence in Boris Johnson.Plotters including former Chancellor Philip Hammond hope to seize control of the Commons agenda from the Government this week, allowing them to pass laws that would thwart No Deal.In a searingly honest interview, James Cracknell (left) reveals how a devastating brain injury, which left him in a coma for five days, changed his personality and eventually led him to leaving his wife Beverley Turner (pictured together right).
Their marriage, he insists, had been broken for some time before the couple announced their split in March this year. 'I would have left me a long time before we split,' the father of three admits.Photographs of the couple - published by The Mail on Sunday last weekend - showed them strolling and kissing (inset top) passionately in a London park near James's home.