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Inside Louise Minchin’s incredible Chester home as she quits BBC Breakfast in emotional final show after 20 years


LOUISE Minchin will be capable to take pleasure in mornings in her gorgeous Chester home after she stepped away from BBC Breakfast at this time.

The broadcaster, 52, broke down in tears as hosted the morning show for the final time.

BBC presenter Louise Minchin broke down in tears as she hosted the show for the final timeCredit: BBC
Louise Minchin has a beautiful home in Chester
Louise Minchin has an exquisite home in ChesterCredit: Rex

Louise beforehand revealed that she was wanting ahead to completely switching off her 3.40am alarm after 20 years.

The journalist slipped right into a glamorous purple gown in 2017 as she invited a photographer into the household home.

An image taken in the lounge confirmed a big fire with ornate carvings, a strong wooden flooring and large doorways opening out onto a big inexperienced garden.

More latest photographs seem to show the yellow partitions have been painted gray and the flooring had been coated with carpet.

Two stags adorn the side table
Two stags adorn the facet deskCredit: Instagram
She lives with dos Waffle and Ruby
She lives with dos Waffle and RubyCredit: Instagram

She shares the home along with her Labradors Ruby and Waffle and husband David.

Earlier at this time Louise introduced she was leaving Breakfast.

The broadcaster has reported on the most important occasions and news tales of the previous 20 years however has determined now could be the time for change.

In an emotional assertion, she mentioned: “I’ve completely cherished being a part of the 6 million sturdy BBC Breakfast household however after almost 20 years presenting the programme, I’ve determined it’s time I finished setting my alarm for 0340 in the morning.

Louise Minchin is leaving BBC Breakfast
Louise Minchin is leaving BBC BreakfastCredit: BBC

“I’ll take so many recollections with me, together with reporting on the shock and anguish of the Manchester Arena bombing; beginning a nationwide dialog about Menopause; and the life-changing second I took half in the Breakfast Christmas Cycling Challenge which impressed my ongoing ardour for endurance sport, which I’ll proceed once I go away.

“A giant thanks to everybody who has watched and supported me, I’ve cherished it and I’ll miss you all.”

She appeared beside Dan Walker on at this time’s Breakfast and took a deep breath earlier than confirming this yr shall be her final on the show.

Louise announced the news on today's show
Louise introduced the news on at this time’s showCredit: BBC
Louise presented alongside Bill Turnbull
Louise introduced alongside Bill TurnbullCredit: BBC

Louise first introduced Breakfast in 2001 and moved with the well-known purple couch to Media City in Salford as a lead presenter in 2012.

In 2019 she fronted the programme’s ground-breaking Wake Up To Menopause marketing campaign and she took up endurance sport after competing in a BBC Breakfast Christmas biking problem. She has gone onto compete internationally for the GB triathlon workforce in her age-group.

As nicely as interviewing senior politicians and celebration leaders, she has additionally chatted to numerous A-list celebrities such as Sir David Attenborough, the Duchess of Cambridge, Billie Eilish, Jeff Goldblum, George Clooney, and Angelina Jolie and Joanna Lumley.

BBC Breakfast Editor, Richard Frediani mentioned: “Millions of viewers have usually woken up with Louise for 20 years and welcomed her and BBC Breakfast into their properties.

“We will miss her brilliant journalism, good humour and boundless energy. She has been a tremendous BBC Breakfast colleague on and off screen and will always be a friend to the team.”


The newsreader joked at this time that she was leaving to flee the gruelling early begins.

Her co-star Dan Walker kicked off her farewell by taking her outdoors blindfolded – to disclose a crowd gathered round her carrying masks emblazoned along with her face.

She was performed a video montage displaying highlights from her 20 years on display screen.

Louise mentioned she was “embarrassed and humbled and tearful” by the messages.

Addressing viewers, she mentioned: “Thank you so much for your huge support. I think particularly over the last two years as well. It’s been really tough, hasn’t it, and I’ve felt we’re all part of a story together, a shared history and it’s been amazing to be here.”

Louise  added: “Some individuals have actually grown up watching me, as they are saying.

“And I really feel actually privileged to have been in that place and have labored right here all these years.

“There have been tough days, there have been tough stories. But it’s been amazing and I’m really, genuinely touched by all those things that people have said.”

Louise is looking forward to no more early wake up calls
Louise is wanting ahead to no extra early get up callsCredit: Getty

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