BBC News: ‘Sorry’ Louise Minchin forced to apologise after she DISRUPTS show

Presenting a morning new programme can be hard at times because things will inevitably go wrong.

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It’s the curse of presenting live television; something will very often go wrong and there’s nothing presenters can do to stop it.

A presenter, for instance, could have a sneezing fit at any point, which is exactly what happened to Louise on BBC Breakfast this morning.

The presenter was in the process of having over to Matt Taylor, 42, so that he could present today’s weather.

However, before she finished, she sneezed multiple times, yet still managed to carry on regardless.

“Let’s find out about the weather . Matt’s had some lovely pictures. Morning,” said Louise before she had her sneezing fit.

She had to say this very quickly before her sneezing fit took place.

Matt was still able to present the weather perfectly and he wasn’t deterred by Louise’s interruption.

That said, Louise still felt the need to apologise once Matt had finished.

“Sorry about the sneeze. Thank you very much Matt. Thank you,” she said.

“You thought you got away with your sneeze, didn’t you,” joked Dan.

“I know when they’re arriving, and I thought if I go through it really quickly I won’t sneeze, but I did,” explained Louise.

She then felt the need to apologise again saying: “Sorry.”

“It was a quick little double as well,” Dan pointed out.

Dan continued: “You managed to keep it relatively quiet though.”

Louise then laughed and said: “It was not quiet. I’m sorry.”

Meanwhile, Dan teased his co-host, Louise, about her bedroom secret on yesterday’s programme.

“I have got a Blue Peter badge,” Louise admitted proudly.

“You know where yours is? I’ve lost mine,” Dan asked.

Louise replied: “I know exactly where mine is.”

“Do you really?” Dan asked with a smile.

“I should have brought it in today. It’s by my bed,” Louise revealed while laughing.

“Really? You put it on every morning, do you?” Dan joked.

BBC Breakfast airs weekdays from 6am on BBC One.

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