LOUISE Minchin won’t mind another rift in her BBC Breakfast job after leaving I’m A Celeb castle.
The former BBC Breakfast presenter nearly made it to the final round of I’m A Celeb, but found herself knocked out of camp last week.
Louise, 53 years old, joked when BBC Breakfast editor Richard Frediani posted on Twitter that the group was looking for a new journalist.
Richard wrote: “Joining the UK’s #1 morning show – #BBCBreakfast is looking for a talented journalist to join its award winning team. Ideas and imagination from an incredible team – can you be a part of it?”
Louise hilariously replied: “Can anyone apply???” along with crying emoji with laughter.
Her fans loved her reply, with one saying, “nice to see you back on the BBC breakfast or evening news. You’re a great presenter and journalist. “
Another suggested she try her hand at Serious Come Dancing next year, while another fan told her not to return to BBC Breakfast for a very good reason.
“You can’t be without those early warm-ups,” replied the fan.
It’s been a big year for Louise as she earns £214,760 in 2020 – a 10 per cent increase from what she pocketed in 2019.
According to the new data released before she entered Gwrych Castle, Louise, 53 years old, recorded income of £194,530 through her company Voluntdad Productions.
A source told The Sun: “Louise is incredibly hard-working and despite leaving the BBC Breakfast sofa, she’s still in high demand on TV. Win or lose on I’m A Celeb she had a good year. ”
Details of the company’s success Louise emerged days after it emerged that she had undergone a life-changing condition known as Raynaud’s syndrome.
The disease affects blood flow to the fingers and toes, meaning they lose color and sensation – and can be affected by the cold.
She previously shared a photo of her hand after the symptoms broke out as she thanked fans for their support and suggested remedies.
“Thanks to all of you, Raynaud’s sufferers, I’m giving you some suggestions for remedies,” Louise wrote on social media. “It’s not even cold today and my hands have turned a strange shade.”
Speaking of the condition in her memoir, she said: “I felt extremely cold, I had this condition called Raynaud’s Syndrome, which means that my arms and legs went numb very quickly, even when in the supermarket. I feel very cold..”
That means Louise spent money on her “luxury items” in the ITV castle to keep herself warm and her symptoms possible in the I’m A Celeb camp.
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