Laura Kuenssberg returns to BBC after month off and thanks fans for support
Laura Kuenssberg is back fronting her flagship political show following four weeks off due to family news.
The presenter last appeared on her programme on October 1 when she interviewed Rishi Sunak at the Conservative Party conference in Manchester.
It is understood her businessman father Nick Kuenssberg later died aged 80 following an illness.
Ahead of her return today, she took to Twitter (X) to thank fans for their support.
She wrote: “Looking forward to being back…. thank you very much for all the kind messages in the last few weeks, and to Victoria Derbyshire for holding the fort.”
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Teasing what’s to come, she added: “Much of the news is tough to watch and absorb right now, so something to look forward to on #bbclaurak this Sunday – a conversation with the glorious Sarah Snook, on her new play, Scottish accents, Shiv, and celebrity – not to be missed! More tomorrow, and back live on @BBCOne at 9 on Sunday, and on weekend #newscast with @bbcpaddy tomorrow!”
Addressing viewers from her seat live on the show, she said: “Morning, it is lovely to be back and thank you for your kind messages you sent while I was away.
“And thank you to Victoria for keeping the chair warm, it is lovely to be back here, especially with this trio at the desk.”
The camera then panned over to her guest panellists for the day which included; Carla Denyer, Lord Bethell and Piers Morgan.
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