Dermot Murnaghan is a little better, and looks like he might even have read the briefing notes before his interviews.
Exiled to the News 24 set, they manage to keep the 'matey' style going without too much of the self indulgent mannerisms of their weekday opposite numbers. Congratulations xx," Helen Skelton added. Taking to Twitter, Steph wrote: "I see my news is out! I am not 'with child', I am 'with pot belly'.
Steph also joined the BBC Watchdog presenting team in The report went on to say that the mum-to-be suffered badly with morning sickness in the early stages of her pregnancy. By early however the slide had begun, never to be reversed as their middle class style jarred with a firmly working class audience addicted first to Nick'n'Anne: and then to a collection of similarly 'next door' couples on sofas as offered by TV-am and GMTV.
Even my own auntie asked me once if I was pregnant after seeing me on the telly — that's just life on camera.
Yep, I am no longer with pot belly The BBC Breakfast presenter has confirmed that she is expecting her first child, some 18 months after she was forced to deny pregnancy rumours.