BBC Breakfast star Carol Kirkwood has admitted she plans to quit her role on the show before she gets old.
The Scottish weather host explained that she felt unlikely to continue appearing on the show ten years after she turned 70.
60-year-old Carole, a beloved BBC news program regular, said she was likely to quit “when she turns 70”.
“I try not to worry about things I can’t change,” she said. mirror“I don’t want to go, but one day it will.
I hope it happens “naturally”, but I also have to admit that I’m 60 and it’s unlikely I’ll be on the BBC when I’m 70.
“This is a natural progression…I don’t want to take the stairlift to get to the studio in the morning. But I love my job.”
it comes after Carol was horrified because co-host Naga Manchetti blamed her. In front of Matt Tebutt in The Saturday Kitchen.
The weather host, who regularly jokes with news hosts, was a guest on last month’s cooking show.
But she had to face sharp remarks from Naga when she appeared on a link-up with BBC Breakfast.
Naga, 47, told the Saturday Kitchen host. Matt Tebatt: “Did you steal one of us? I know we want her back.”
The 48-year-old chef and presenter replied, “Yes. I use her as a human shield, and you will be kind to me.”
Naga said to him: “You have spoken. carol That’s not it? You know that Carol and I hit it off. “
Naga countered, “There’s a really nice woman in the studio. I’m not sure about Carol.”
Carol revealed she got got engaged in May And recently, she shared how she dedicated a character to her fiancée in her new book.
During an appearance on The One Show, Carol excitedly told hosts Alex Scott and Ronan Keating about her new book called Hotels on the Riviera.
The main plot centers around a tug-of-war between two supposed hotel owners, but with a romantic twist, Carol shared details of her hidden tribute. I continued.
When asked if Alex and Ronan used her new relationship for inspiration, Carol laughed before responding.
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