Rachel Burden of BBC Breakfast sends a touching farewell to her co-host, saying, “Long live the king.”

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Rachel Burden of BBC Breakfast sends a touching farewell to her co-host, saying, “Long live the king.”

Rachel Burden of BBC BREAKFAST has spoken out about her co-departure star’s from the show.

Rachel Burden is well-known for hosting BBC Radio 5 Live’s morning breakfast show. The singer, however, has turned to social media to say her goodbyes to her co-host Nicky Campbell.

Nicky will be leaving their morning news show at the end of the year.

He’ll be moving to a little later spot on the radio, according to the BBC.

In light of her 83,000 followers, Rachel reacted to the news.

“The king is moving to a slightly later slot, long live the king,” she wrote.

Nicky and Rachel will continue to host the show until November.

Rick Edwards, a former Channel 4 broadcaster, will subsequently take over, according to the BBC.

“We have some fantastic news…,” they said earlier today.

“From November, Rick Edwards will take over as the new 5 Live Breakfast host alongside Rachel Burden, succeeding Nicky Campbell.

“Congratulations, @RickEdwards1!” says the user.

“Nicky Campbell is transferring to present a later show on 5 Live every weekday morning,” the broadcaster added.

“Congratulations to Rick,” Nicky said in response to the news.

“He’s a fantastic broadcaster. He and @rachelburden are going to be amazing.” (sic)

Nicky later stated that he will host from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

This is now the period where the host takes questions from the audience, and it appears that this will be prolonged for a new show.

Many admirers took to social media to express their shock at the news.

“Happy with that as long as @NickyAACampbell stays on @bbc5live sometime during the day,” one wrote.

“Good to hear you’re remaining around @NickyAACampbell, and I’m looking forward to hearing you on the mid-morning show,” said another.

(sic)

However, the news that he is quitting the morning show has left some people sad.

“Oh no….so depressing….

“Has Nicky been on the breakfast show for a long time?” Another was written.

“I’ve been listening to @NickyAACampbell every morning for years, and he’s been absolutely excellent as a presenter and trusted journalistic voice.”

(sic)

“I think @nickycampbell is too excellent for BBC now,” a fourth fan said.

“Why don’t you switch to another radio station where you may air your ideas freely?”

“I can’t believe it’s a financial issue.”

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