This Morning’s Craig Doyle shares greeting with his dog
TV presenter Craig Doyle has become a regular face on This Morning, stepping in on an ad-hoc basis after Phillip Schofield’s departure in May.
Fans have been so enamoured with the Irish star they have been urging ITV bosses to keep him on as a co-host alongside Holly Willoughby. Now, Craig has given fans an exciting update about his future on the show.
As Holly takes an extended summer break, Craig will be taking on a regular role alongside Josie Gibson throughout the summer. He took to Instagram to share the news, posting a photo of himself and Josie together with the caption: “Right then Gibbo, see you Monday.”
Josie also shared the picture on her Instagram, writing: “Let’s do this Doyleroo.” Fans have been thrilled with the news, with many hoping Craig will become a permanent fixture on the show.
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Social media has been buzzing with excitement, with fans expressing their desire to see more of Craig on This Morning.
One fan wrote: “Can we please have Craig all the time?” Another said: “Gotta love Craig!” An excited viewer shared: “Josie and Craig back next week!!!”
In a recent interview with The Times, Craig expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to present This Morning. He said: “I love doing the This Morning show. It’s great fun and I feel so grateful at this stage in my career to get an opportunity to do a show this size.
“Given that I’m on my second or third lap of this industry, to get an opportunity like this is fantastic.” Craig went on to praise the daytime TV show, calling it a “backdrop for a lot of people’s mornings”.
He continued: “From anecdotal evidence, I know that it provides company and it’s almost a friend to a lot of people. There’s a familiarity, an everydayness and a brightness that makes it enjoyable.”
This Morning airs weekdays from 10am on ITV1 and ITVX.
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