ITV’s early weekday morning programme Lorraine, which debuted in 1993 is usually presented by Lorraine Kelly, 58.
However every summer holidays Lorraine is presented by a guest host and this year, Christine Lampard, 39, has been filling in.
But from today, Lorraine viewers will see another celebrity take over the role, following Christine’s departure on Friday’s show.
The Saturdays’ band member Rochelle Humes, 29, has been confirmed to fill the slot and the radio show host spoke out about being invited back.
“It’s good to be back,” she began. “I’ve done it before, last year, and it’s a bit of a whirlwind.
“It’s very different, I do host a radio show by myself, but TV-wise I usually have a co-host. So, this is one of the few things I do by myself, which is nice, but it’s also all on you.
“I don’t get more nervous – the team are so lovely on Lorraine and there’s a great vibe,” Rochelle added.
Last Friday’s instalment of Lorraine saw Christine present her last show before she embarked on her maternity leave.
At 35 weeks pregnant, she has left the presenting behind for the moment, to prepare for the birth of her child.
And as the show put on a baby shower, Christine was overcome with emotion as she received gifts and warm wishes from a plethora of celebrities.
On the impending birth of the infant, Christine shared: “I feel really good. I feel a bit nervous now.
“I feel like I’ve been in a lovely bubble for the past few weeks on this show, now that it’s done, this is going to happen. But I feel good, very good.”
Meanwhile, the official Twitter account for Lorraine posted a goodbye message for Christine.
“What a send-off for @clbleakley! We’re wishing you the most blissful break and we can’t wait to meet the new addition to the Lampard family,” the tweet read.
And plenty of fans also posted to social media, with one tweeting: “So sad that @clbleakley is leaving #Lorraine.”
“@clbleakley you looked lovely and positively blooming on #Lorraine. All the very best with the impending baby arrival,” another added.
It is tradition for the ITV weekday television show hosts to take a break from presenting during the summer holidays each year.
Like Lorraine, Good Morning Britain and This Morning presenters are seen replaced by a variety of guest hosts.
With Phillip Schofield, 56, and Holly Willoughby, 37, away, Ruth Langsford, 58, and Eamonn Holmes, 58 landed the Monday-Thursday slot and two famous faces present Friday’s show.
Lorraine airs weekdays at 8.30am on ITV.