BBC Breakfast: Louise Minchin thanks everyone on her last day

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Former BBC Breakfast presenter Louise Minchin quit the show after 20 years in September. The 53-year-old recently discussed her future plans and how she was excited not to set an alarm at 3.45am for the early morning programme again.

The mother-of-two also said she was looking forward to taking things at her own pace and spending more time with her husband David and their two children.

On her future career plans, she revealed she had been writing a book and will continue with her podcast, which is focused on mental and physical benefits of sport and exercise.

Now, the broadcaster has announced that her second book is titled Adventures With Superwomen.

Bloomsbury Sport wrote: “We’re thrilled to announce we’ll be publishing Adventures With Superwomen, the second book from former BBC Breakfast presenter @louiseminchin, in September 2023.

“Join Louise as she sets out to meet women taking on some of the toughest challenges in sport.”

The presenter shared the news on her Twitter page, in view of her 226,000 followers.

She commented: “I am so excited about this, thanks @BloomsburySport.”

Many of Louise’s fans flocked to her post to share their thoughts.

Presenter Andrew White wrote: “Excellent Louise!”

Clive Buckenham commented: “Fabulous news – I loved your first book. Been waiting for this second book.”

“Looking forward to reading,” added Jamie 3K.

Allan Grant penned: “Brilliant Louise, nice one. xx.”

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Last week, the presenter hosted a Q&A about the menopause.

She took to Twitter to ask fans whether they believed there had been a change in talking about the topic, particularly in a workplace. 

Louise asked: “Do you think the conversation around menopause is changing or it is still embarrassing/awkward.

“Do you know people who have left or considered leaving jobs because of their symptoms? What would you like to see change?”

Many of her followers flocked to her post to comment, with some saying they had noticed a change.

In a recent interview, the presenter said she wished knew more about her symptoms when she first started her change aged 47. 

Speaking to MPowered Women, she spilled: “I think I would get help earlier.

“And also, when I had to come off a particular version of HRT, I would have been more persistent in trying to find another kind that would work for me.”

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