BBC Breakfast host admits she had a little cry after show exit

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Victoria Valentine admitted to shedding a few tears after receiving some flowers from her BBC co-stars following her exit from the broadcaster.

The BBC Breakfast presenter took to X, former known as Twitter to thank her colleageus.

Alongside a photo of the flowers, Victoria penned: “Absolutely beautiful flowers from my BBC colleagues. Had a little cry when I opened your card.

“Thank you. You know who you are. Xxx.”

Victoria’s followers were quick to reply to the new reporter’s post, with many wishing her well in the future.

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@Rach2025 shared: “We will miss you on screen Victoria.”

@Wallace4William replied: “All the Best for the future.”

While @EdwardBattensby added: “Best wishes, Victoria. I will miss seeing you on the TV. I hope that all of your dreams come true.”

@Charles28576853 tweeted: “I’ll miss your engaging presence and beautiful smile on my screen, but hope you might be back from time to time to top up your student funds fill a short term gap. Enjoy your course to the full, and take every opportunity to develop your writing skills in particular.” (sic)

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Victoria’s exit will come as no surprise to viewers as she announced last month she was leaving the BBC.

Taking to Instagram, the newsreader revealed: “I wanted to let you in on something I’ve been thinking about and working towards for some time now.

“I am taking a little bit of a break from broadcasting and from the BBC in order to explore something new.

“So I – at the grand old age of 39 – going back to university.”

She continued: “I am enrolled in a full-time masters course, psychological sciences, which I’ve kind of sold to my parents as a bit of neuroscience with some thinking and feeling stuff attached to it.

“You can probably understand why that would appeal and be something I’m interested in.

“Should that all go well and I’m not terrible at it, I’ll be looking to progress and do a doctorate. Perhaps four years from now you’ll be looking at Dr Valentine.”

BBC Breakfast airs weekdays at 6am on BBC One.

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