Louise Minchin returns to BBC Breakfast with co-stars Jon Kay and Nina Warhurst after slating 'sexist' show | The Sun
LOUISE Minchin returned to BBC Breakfast for an interview with her former co-stars, Jon Kay and Nina Warhurst after she slammed the show for being "sexist".
Louise was one of the BBC's morning show's most popular presenters but she claims her "experience" and popularity on the programme was overlooked as a result of her being a woman.
The news of her return was announced by Jon who took to Instagram to a share selfie of him with Louise and Nina in the famous studio.
He captioned the post: "Look who’s back! The fearless Louise Minchin joined us to talk about her adventures since leaving BBC Breakfast – Lou has been busier than ever writing a book about the women who inspire her. Great to see her again!"
Louise donned a patterned satin long sleeve blouse with a tie at the neck, while Nina wore a navy blue and white strip t-shirt with a navy blue blazer.
Jon smiled at the camera, wearing a pink tie and a blue blazer with a white handkerchief in the pocket.
Fans were also delighted to see the trio reunited again.
One wrote: "What a lovely photo!"
A second added: "A great interview."
A third penned: "Lovely picture, welcome back."
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After revealing the reality from behind the scenes of the programme, Louise slammed it as "age-old sexism."
The 54 year old has opened up on her experience on the show and has ripped into show bosses for continuously snubbing her from being allowed to open the show despite her wealth of experience as a journalist and presenter.
In new extracts from her book, Fearless: Adventures with Extraordinary Women, obtained by the Daily Mail, Louise writes candidly about the sexism she experienced on the show.
Louise admitted: "I had noticed that almost every day my male colleague was given the prestigious task of saying hello at the top of each hour, introducing the programme and doing the first interview."
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