Richard Madeley has made quite an impression on the Good Morning Britain sofa, with mixed reviews from viewers.
But in a new interview with OK!, meteorologist Laura Tobin revealed she's a fan of the legendary presenter, so much so she says she "loves him" but admits he has no filter.
Laura, who has been a part of the Good Morning Britain team for 12 years, told us: "What’s in his head comes out of his mouth."
Richard joined the sofa for a permanent role last November and has had fans laughing at his on-air gaffes and some have even likened him to Alan Partridge.
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"There’s no editing or filtering. I like that about him," Laura, 40, added.
While showbiz expert Richard Arnold recently commented on his co-star in an interview with The Sun, reiterating Laura's point.
He said of Richard: "With his train of thought, sometimes it is like trying to nail down a grasshopper.
"You don’t know where it’s going to land.
"And I love that, because for me it’s all about the live and DJing that banter altogether. I mean we’re all a safe pair of hands and we know if we throw the ball to each other we’ll catch it."
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Aside from GMB, Laura has been busy writing her new book, Everyday Ways to Save Our Planet.
It features over a 100 ways we can make sustainable swaps in our every day lives. And it appears her four year old daughter Charlotte has caught the eco bug too.
"If I go to put stuff in the bin she’ll go, “Mummy, no!” She knows if it can’t be recycled it’ll go into a hole in the ground [landfill]," Laura said.
She added: "We had to buy some plastic last year to cover our allotment and when we were in Wilkinson’s she said, “Mummy, why are you buying plastic? It ruins our planet.” I explained that we needed this plastic but I could see the person next to me in the shop thinking, “How are you going to get out of that one?!”
Laura Tobin: Everyday Ways To Save Our Planet, RRP £14.99, Mirror Books. Order here.
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