Huxtable was associated romantically with Terence Stamp, Richard Branson and Warren Beatty.
Huxtable was first married to Irish theatre designer Sean Kenny, but later divorced him. In 1973 she became the second wife of the satirist Peter Cook and briefly appeared with him and Dudley Moore in the 1979 comedy Derek and Clive Get the Horn. They were divorced in 1989, due to Cook's drinking, after many years of amicable separation.
In 2008 she published an autobiography, Loving Peter, in which she described her relationship with Cook and living with his alcoholism, which mirrored her experiences with her own mother. Huxtable published the book under her married name of Judy Cook.
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