Carol Kirkwood admitted leaving BBC Breakfast will 'be like losing a limb'
CAROL KIRKWOOD expressed her fear that leaving BBC Breakfast would be 'like losing a limb', unearthed accounts reveal.
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Privacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.The award-winning meteorologist, 58, has established herself as a beloved figure within British TV. She has presented weather reports for a number of BBC programmes including BBC Breakfast and The One Show. Kirkwood has often admitted she dreaded having to leave the corporation and the role she described as her “dream job”.
Related articlesEdwina Currie slaps down Piers in fierce defence of Matt HancockThe TV star had received equal praise from fans and the industry, which led her to win a host of TRIC awards.Kirkwood has spent more than two decades on BBC Breakfast but initially joined the corporation in 1993 as a secretarial reserve. headtopics.com
Despite being snubbed for talking “too fast” by a caller, she continued to pursue her dream of becoming an on-screen presenter.Kirkwood was trained by The Met Office before she moved onto radio and eventually returning to the BBC’s Weather Centre.The Scottish star hadn’t considered leaving the corporation – despite flirtations with other TV shows.
BBC Breakfast: Carol Kirkwood revealed she had no intention of leaving the corporation(Image: GETTY / BBC)Carol Kirkwood during her early year at the BBC (left) and 2015 during Strictly Come Dancing (right)(Image: GETTY)Kirkwood appeared in 2015 Strictly Come Dancing as well as appearing on CBBC, Would I Lie To You, Hollyoaks, Wimbledon coverage and more.
During a 2012 interview, she detailed her fears about having to step down from BBC Breakfast. She told The Sun: “I know the clock is ticking down for me.”Kirkwood, then 50, was concerned about being replaced by someone younger.JUST IN: Carol Kirkwood has made a number of BBC Breakfast mistakes and been victim to bloopers
(Image: BBC)TrendingShe said: “I know there are thousands of younger girls who will kill for my job.”When Kirkwood considered what it would be like to leave the BBC, she became emotional.She said: “It will be like losing a limb the day I’m told I’m no longer doing weather.” headtopics.com
However, in accordance with her happy-go-lucky personality, the star reigned in her negative thoughts. Read more: Daily Express »
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