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Mike Bushell bids 'special' farewell to Louise Minchin ahead of final BBC Breakfast show

Mike Bushell bids 'special' farewell to Louise Minchin ahead of final BBC Breakfast show

 

Mike Bushell 55 bid a tearful farewell to his longtime co-star Louise Minchin whose last ever BBC breakfast show airs this morning. After 20 years on the red sofa, the presenter decided it was time to hang up her boots. and it's fair to say she will be very dearly missed by viewers and her colleagues.

Mike's tribute comes after the show's editor Richard Frediani shared a sweet snap of the pair together alongside the photo of them smiling at the camera. He wrote on Twitter it's the final at BBC breakfast with  Louise Minchin on Wednesday. She's been on the red sofa for 20 years. I’ve been lucky to be her boss for two years. but known her for many more on behalf of our viewers to Louise thank you. He added truthfully it's gonna be emotional.

Mike seemed to agree that her final on-screen appearance was going to be a tear-jerking one, and urged viewers not to miss the show. don't miss this everyone going to be special he tweeted I’ll be walking the dog early before watching on. and I know everyone from every part of Louise’s journey will be glued to starting as we did at BBC south today at BBC Berkshire at BBC breakfast.


Yesterday Louise appeared in her regular spot alongside co-host dan walker and was admitted. she was trying her best to not think about the fact it would be her penultimate outing on the show. but on Tuesday’s episode dan couldn't help but ask her how she was feeling ahead of her last day. as the program drew to a close dan swiftly asked ready for your final day tomorrow. by the way, clearly taken back by the question Louise smiled and said:- I just as I said I’m trying not to think about it okay well. so am I dan confessed causing Louise to burst out laughing. that's it from us this morning I will be back tomorrow one last time she exclaimed.


The presenter also shared her emotions with fans on Twitter. writing good morning penultimate sofa selfie goodness me I can't quite believe it. Hashtags BBC breakfast viewers were quick to reply noting how sad they were to see her go with one penning oh Louise it really is going to be so sad tomorrow .another added good morning I can believe it's all coming to the end of an era.


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