Tired Louise Minchin seen for first time since returning home from Im A Celebrity
I'm A Celeb: Louise Minchin discusses her next project
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Louise Minchin, 53, has posted an update from home since being voted off I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! earlier this week. The ex BBC Breakfast presenter admitted she was very “tired” but had no time to rest as she needed to help her family sort out Christmas decorations.
I am so glad to make it back home.
In view of her 109,000 Instagram followers Louise posted an update that she was home.
The star wore her iconic red glasses, styled with a blue knitted jumper.
She captioned the picture: “I am so glad to make it back home.
“Tired but in time to help out with the Christmas tree.”
Fans have been all over Louise recently after she suggested she was happy to return to BBC Breakfast after losing her spot on I’m a Celebrity.
Programme editor Richard Frediani shared a job post on Twitter, prompting a reaction from Louise.
Richard wrote: “Join the No. 1 morning show in the UK – #BBCBreakfast is looking for a talented journalist to join its award winning team. Ideas and imagination from an incredible team – can you be part of it?”
The tweet included a link to the job post and a picture of Sally Nugent and co-host Dan Walker sitting on the iconic red sofa.
Sally retweeted the post, adding in a cheeky “Can anyone apply??” alongside a crying with laughter emoji.
Louise has quickly found herself back on the red sofa after her departure from the Welsh Gwyrch castle.
She sat across from Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt, and even joked that her former bosses would not be pleased at her appearance on BBC rival’s Good Morning Britain on Friday.
With Louise making an appearance on ITV first, she playfully suggested that her career with the BBC would be over as a result.
Adil Ray brought up the snub, saying: “We noticed that your first interview was here instead of BBC, that’s very telling isn’t it.”
Louise said: “I’m going to be in terrible trouble, I expect my former boss will say that’s it’s over there.”
Kate Garraway then joked that the former BBC Breakfast host might be after her role.
Kate said: “You know what people are going to say, you’re here on GMB and you were adored on BBC. Are you thinking of making the move? Are you thinking of replacing me?”
Before Louise had a chance to reply, Adil joked by asking off stage members of staff: “Can we get Kate’s coat?”
The I’m A Celebrity star made it clear that she had no intention of vying for Kate’s role.
She said: “No, don’t get your coat, I’ve done it for 20 years, keep your coat!”
You can watch the I’m a Celebrity final tonight on ITV at 9pm.
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