Those tuning into BBC Breakfast might be left wondering where Louise Minchin is.
In case you missed it, the television host presented the broadcaster's flagship morning show for the last time on Wednesday, September 15 after 20 years on the red sofa.
Louise had an emotional send off from her team, which saw current co-host Dan Walker and former colleague Bill Turnbull leave the 53-year-old in tears. You can read more about Louise's emotional send off here.
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Since her departure last week Louise has been enjoying later nights, award shows and even taken part in The Big Bala Swim race in north Wales. But why did Louise leave BBC Breakfast and who is her replacement?
Here's everything you need to know.
Why has Louise Minchin left BBC Breakfast?
Louise announced she would be leaving the morning show with an emotional statement live on air back in June 2021.
The presenter first joined the BBC in 2001 as a freelance presenter and journalist, before replacing Sian Williams as a regular anchor in 2006, her last day was on Wednesday, September 15.
Speaking to The Mirror about her decision, Louise explained: "This has been a decision a long time in coming. It involved lots of in-depth discussion with friends and family.
"My children are pleased for us as a family, I think, because I always used to say to them, 'do you remember before I did BBC Breakfast?
"And they'd say, 'Not really.' And then I realised that, actually, my daughters are 20 and 17, so of course they don't remember life before BBC Breakfast. I've not taken my daughters to school every single day for their schooling life, so I am looking forward to school runs.
"And I'm really looking forward to things like those Sunday night dramas, which I'd love to be watching but haven't been because I need to go to bed.
"So there's a shared experience that I'm really looking forward to being able to have with them. Plus I've got no excuses now. I'm really looking forward to being a super taxi for the kids, which is great."
Rumour has it Louise could be heading to Gwrych Castle in Wales for this year's I'm A Celebrity. You can read more on this here.
Who will replace Louise Minchin on BBC Breakfast?
Louise's replacement is yet to be announced and applications for the role only closed on September 12.
The job vacancy stated BBC Breakfast was looking for a chief presenter to "work with Dan Walker, Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt on the UK's most-watched morning show".
And while nothing has been confirmed, rumours have been swirling.
Many viewers think it could be existing BBC host Sally Nugent, who has presented alongside Dan this week and previously filled in for Louise in December 2020, who could be the replacement.
Other celebrities who have been tipped include ITV presenters Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, who have just finished a summer filling in for Phillp Schofield and Holly Willoughby on This Morning.
As well as journalists Kay Burley and Charlene White
Louise's former co-host Bill Turnbull has also been rumoured. The presenter, who now hosts Classical FM worked on BBC Breakfast between 2001 and 2016 - but could he be set for a return?
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