Sarah Ferguson ‘wouldn’t be here’ without screening appointment
It’s been reported that ITV are allegedly in talks with Sarah Ferguson to join This Morning.
The Duchess of York joined the Loose Women panel earlier this year to speak about her breast cancer ordeal and seemed to impress those at the broadcaster.
She also appeared on the long-running daytime show back in March and was asked by former presenter Holly Willougby if she’d like to return to do a love phone-in.
Keen at the idea of returning, she replied: “Holly, I would love to do that maybe when you’re back from your annual leave and the Easter holidays! But there’s no question, that is right on topic. We love to love.”
However, now it looks as though the senior royal could be making a return to screens soon.
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According to The Mirror, bosses at ITV are eager for Sarah to join the show on a more regular basis.
A TV source told the publication: “The Duchess was a real hit with ITV bosses on Loose Women, everyone thought she was a natural.
“There is an open invitation for her to return to Loose Women and there is also talk of her doing a guest slot on This Morning or a mini-series for them.”
Express.co.uk has contacted ITV for comment.
The reports of Sarah Ferguson in talks to join This Morning comes weeks after Holly Willoughby announced her departure.
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After hosting the ITV show for 14 years, Holly made the decision to leave This Morning.
Although a full-time replacement is yet to be announced, viewers have seen a rotation of presenters filling in such as Alison Hammond, Dermot O’Leary, Josie Gibson and Craig Doyle.
However, it looks as though a new face is joining the roster of hosts as it was recently announced Cat Deeley will be appearing alongside Rylan Clark.
The 47-year-old will make her debut on November 13 for two days.
An ITV spokeswoman told The Sun: “Cat Deeley and Rylan will host This Morning together on Monday and Tuesday, Cat will host with Craig Doyle on Wednesday.
“Then Alison Hammond and Craig on Thursday. Alison and Dermot will host the show together as usual on Friday.”
Could Cat be in the running to replace Holly Willoughby on a full-time basis?
This Morning continues weekdays on ITV from 10am.
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