Popular British TV presenter Louise Minchin has ended her collaboration with the BBC Breakfast morning show. She worked on the project for 20 years but will no longer be waking up at 3:40 in the morning.
Minchin expressed her gratitude to all viewers and colleagues for their time together. She noted that the program left her with a lot of interesting memories. The anchorwoman talked about her plans for the future. In the near future, Minchin intends to write a book about sports and create podcasts with stories about the benefits of physical activity.
Dan Walker, who worked with Minchin as a co-host, expressed his support for her on Twitter. He considered a colleague’s departure from the show the professional equivalent of a divorce. Walker provided a number of shared snapshots. The host had worked on the show since 2001. For 20 years, she told the British people the morning news.