Former BBC Breakfast presenter Louise Minchin has sparked a frenzy after asserting a return to BBC Breakfast after stepping down fom her position earlier this yr. Taking to social media, the presenter, 53, revealed that she can be making an look on the present after turning into the fifth campmate to exit ITV’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Right here! earlier this week.
In view of her 234,300 followers, the previous newsreader introduced that she can be making a return to the crimson couch this morning.
Louise wrote: “Whoop whoop again on @BBCBreakfast for sooner or later solely at 0850!”
Alongside the caption, Louise shared a snap of herself on the best way to the BBC studios.
Smiling, the TV persona seemed to be in good spirits as she shared the information..
Jason Genders requested: “Is that the hat from the camp!!”, to which Louise replied that it was.
Chatting with BBC Breakfast hosts Charlie Stayt and naga Munchetty, Louise gushed: “Oh my gosh I am so excited, It is like going house, I really feel very excited to be right here.”
Charlie reduce in and requested the previous BBC host what it felt prefer to be sitting on the alternative aspect of the crimson couch.
Louise replied: “It feels very unusual, however actually beautiful to see you,” earlier than occurring to talk about her stint on I am A Movie star which she branded an “wonderful” expertise.
Earlier this week Louise appeared on Good Morning Britain the place she stunned presenters Adil Ray and Kate Garraway together with her thought for a brand new undertaking away from TV.
Talking about what she had deliberate following her I am A Movie star stint, Louise stated: “What’s subsequent? I don’t know what’s subsequent. I’ve acquired plenty of concepts.
“I need to write a e-book. I need to write a homicide thriller set in a actuality TV present in a citadel. That’s what I’d love to do.”
Upon listening to that the previous presenter hoped to observe in Agatha Christie’s footsteps, each GMB hosts did a double-take earlier than jokingly asking her who the “sufferer” was going to be.