Former BBC Breakfast host Louise Minchin has revealed her first project since leaving the show.
Beloved Louise, 53, said goodbye to viewers last week.
But now she has revealed what’s coming next.
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What did BBC Breakfast star Louise Minchin say about her next project?
During her last show on Thursday, co-host Dan Walker asked her what’s coming next for her.
And he asked if she was worried about discussing the menopause, which will form the back-drop of her new project.
“You were really worried, weren’t you? About talking about [the menopause],” he said.
“I was really worried,” Louise replied.
“One of the things I can tell you that I’m doing after I leave, is I’m doing a programme about menopause for World Menopause Day.”
“That’s about the only piece of information she’s given anybody,” Dan quipped.
Not long to wait…
It’s not clear whether Louise will be back on TV or presenting something online.
However, we do know that she has opened up about her experiences going through the menopause before.
During her time on BBC Breakfast, she presented a segment called Wake Up To Menopause and described her night sweats, hot flushes and tiredness.
The good news is that we haven’t got long to see Louise back in action – World Menopause Day is on October 18.
What happened on her final day at BBC Breakfast?
The news comes after Louise made an emotional exit from BBC Breakfast last week.
She received a cake from colleagues in the plaza of Salford Media City in Manchester, where family and friends were gathered.
Colleagues and stars, like Bill Turnbull and Stephen Graham, also paid tribute via video.
Subsequently, and to cap an emotional morning, Dan called her a “wonderful friend”.
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