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Mike Bushell apologises to Louise Minchin for missing last BBC Breakfast in emotional post

BBC Breakfast star Mike Bushell took to social media this morning to speak out following his co-star Louise Minchin’s very last day. The sports presenter was unable to attend the 53-year-old’s final show, and so issued an apology to the TV star via Twitter.

“Good luck Louise and sorry to have missed your final day,” he wrote online, while sharing a post from Louise.

“I was watching and it was emotional,” the 55-year-old added, in view of his 60,300 followers.

“Forever part of the @BBCBreakfastfamily and thanks for being a most wonderful colleague from all the way back at @BBCBerkshire to now for the last 2 decades on the sofa.”

His post accompanied a tweet from Louise, who had shared a series of snaps from the momentous day.

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She informed her 220,900 Twitter followers that she was feeling “overwhelmed” by the outpouring of love and support.

“Wow, I never imagined my last day could be so full of happiness,” she tweeted.

“Thank you for your messages, I am feeling overwhelmed by your kindness.

“It has been a joy and a privilege to work on #BBCBreakfast and I will always feel like part of a huge family. Thank you,” an emotional Louise added.

Cast members – past and present – and guests that she had interviewed over the years left heartfelt farewell messages.

Naga Munchetty, Bill Turnbull, Rick Astley and Rebecca Adlington were just some of those to wish her well.

Earlier this year, Louise announced that she was quitting the long-running breakfast programme after almost two decades.

She first presented BBC Breakfast in 2001, becoming a main presenter 10 years later following the departure of Sian Williams.


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