Anne Hegerty DNA Journey

Anne Hegerty's DNA journey was a confirmation of her grandmother's tales. 

She took part in ITV's DNA Journey on April 5, 2022, and the results of her test were amazing for the viewers. 

However, Hegerty was not surprised or shocked to learn that she had a connection to the ruling monarchs but was a confirmation of the tales she grew up listening to. 

According to Hello!, Anne did know about her royal connections before delving into her family history but she just didn't believe it! She believed her grandmother was a tremendous liar. 

Anne is the 19th cousin of Queen of England Elizabeth II. It was revealed that the relationship came from her mother's side. One of her ancestors had married the King's daughter Princess Elizabeth back in 1370 according to Digital Spy

Although her grandmother had tales to tell, her mother never spoke anything about her ancestors.

Is Anne Hegerty Living With Autism?

Anne Hegerty was diagnosed with Asperger syndrome in 2003 according to her Wikipedia profile. 

Asperger syndrome is a sub-category of the autism spectrum. It is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by significant difficulties in social interaction and nonverbal communication, along with restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior and interests.

However, Asperger syndrome does not affect verbal communication and intelligence. 

Despite falling into the Autism Spectrum Disorder category, Anne has made a name for herself in television and reality shows. 

What Other Illness Does Anne Hegerty Have?

Anne Hegerty does not seem to have any other illness apart from being diagnosed with Asperger syndrome. 

She is living a healthy life as there is no news of the reality television star falling ill or being admitted to the hospital. 

In fact, at the age of 63 years old, Anne seems to be much younger and healthier than an average person of the same age group. 

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