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Dan Walker shares extremely rare photo of his three children- - and fans react

Dan Walker shared an incredibly rare photo alongside his three children as they all enjoyed a fun evening out together watching Hamilton in the West End.MORE: Dan Walker reveals romantic date night with wife Sarah on wedding anniversaryTaking to his Instagram feed, the 45-year-old shared a fabulous picture of himself with kids, Susanna, Joe, and Jessica posing with some of the cast members after having watched the iconic show earlier this week. In the photo, his children's faces are blocked out with happy emojis.WATCH: Dan Walker gives rare insight into family life in new videoCaptioning the post, he penned: "Our kids have been into Hamilton for years.

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Dan Walker calls out Channel 5 co-star’s ‘fake behaviour’ after leaving BBC Breakfast
Dan Walker has called out his Channel 5 co-star’s “fake” behaviour in a very cheeky Instagram post.The star quit his job at BBC Breakfast back in April this year, with his final show airing in May 2022 - leaving avid BBC viewers devastated to see him go.But it looks as though Dan is settling in nicely with his new Channel 5 News co-stars, and he doesn’t mind teasing them either.READ MORE: BBC Breakfast fans fume as presenter lets slip UK could face 'beer shortages'Sharing a snap of him and his co-presenter Tessa Chapman preparing for work in the studio, Dan could be seen leaning over a table with a huge grin as Tessa worked at an iPad.Dan wowed in his usual navy blue suit and a white spotted tie over a white dress shirt, while Tessa opted for a smart blue blouse while tapping away at her tablet.Cheekily captioning his Instagram Stories snap, Dan wrote: “See you on the telly…”Adding: “Definite fake typing…” and tagging in Tessa.Later, he followed up with a hilarious snap in which Dan stood with one foot up on a desk and his hand resting on his knee in a classic adventurer pose as Tessa snapped a selfie closer to the camera lens.Dan admitted: “I cannot explain this…”It comes as Dan confessed he “misses” his BBC Breakfast co-stars in a candid Q&A with his Instagram followers.One fan quizzed him: “Do you miss the early morning broadcasting?” as Dan’s new job starts at a rather more sensible time of 5pm on 5 News.The presenter replied: “I miss Carol, Sally and the rest of the Breakfast team.
Dan Walker fumes over 'never heard of them crew' as he addresses Strictly line-up backlash
Dan Walker, 45, turned to social media to express his outrage today after a number of people complained that they’ve “never heard of” the celebrities completing Strictly Come Dancing’s line-up this year.The former contestant bluntly told those who were making a fuss to “google it”. Taking to Instagram, he wrote: “Will never get my head around the ‘never heard of them’ crew when you see someone announced on #Strictly who you don’t know much about."“Get on Google, learn a bit about them,” he added incredulously.“Looking forward to seeing the full set of this year’s bunch.”The former BBC Breakfast presenter shared the same message with his Twitter page, and in view of his 771,000 followers. READ MORE: Anne Heche 'rushed to hospital with burns as car crashes into house'Dan competed in Strictly 2021, lasting until week 11 and coming fifth with professional partner Nadiya Bychkova.However, it was EastEnders actress Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice who went home with the Glitterball Trophy.This year, a new line-up is taking shape, with each celebrity being dramatically announced one by one. Hollyoaks actor Will Mellor was the first famous face to be revealed, with Coronation Street actress and Morning Live presenter Kym Marsh being next up. BBC Radio Two’s Richie Anderson followed soon after before Loose Women’s Kaye Adams took up the fourth spot.Comedian Jayde Adams was the latest contestant to be announced, with news of her taking to the dancefloor breaking today.Every year, Strictly has a mix of famous faces and rising stars, with lesser-known celebs often going on to win the show. Dan’s followers took to the comments section of his tweet to discuss whether it was fair to comment on how known a celebrity is before
BBC Breakfast host touched as former co-star says he loves him in awkward mishap
Dan Walker could have found himself in the dog house with his wife after he accidentally admitted his love for his new replacement.The former BBC Breakfast host took to Twitter to hail "predictive text" for the awkward mishap as he exposed the message he'd sent to his wife.More recently Dan, stepped down from his six year long role with the programme to tackle a new challenge with Channel 5 - with regular Jon Kay stepping up to fill his post.READ MORE: BBC Breakfast fans fume as Naga Munchetty 'repeatedly interrupts' devoted firemanIt appears there are no hard feelings between the pair, with Dan even going as far as declaring his feelings for Jon instead of his wife, Sarah Walker.Sharing the hilarious exchange with Sarah - who is the mother of Dan's three children - he included the caption: "Definitely up there as one of the most awkward messages I've ever sent to my wife."He added a number of crying with laughter emojis and the hashtag "predictive text". The text read: "Ten minutes away."I love you John."Realising his mistake, Dan backtracked with a follow up message: "Not John....You."Many of Dan's adoring fans were left in hysterics as they each in turn left an abundance of quips and laughing face emoji's within the comments section.Dan's former co-star Jon, was left flattered that he'd seemingly appeared in the exchange and took to Twitter to also get in on the banter.Re-posting Dan's earlier tweet, Jon hilariously penned: "No 'H' mate.
Dan Walker left mortified by 'awkward' message he sent to wife Sarah after texting blunder
Dan Walker has taken to social media to address the "awkward" message he ended up sending his wife.The Channel 5 newsreader, 45, accidentally told his wife Sarah Walker that he loved someone else following a texting blunder today which he blamed on predictive text.In view of his 276,000 Instagram followers, Dan laughed off the error.The former BBC Breakfast host wrote: "Definitely up there as one of the most awkward messages I’ve ever sent my wife," alongside three laughing faces."#PredictiveText", he added.Dan added a picture which showed him having made the error to his wife-of-21-years.The star wrote, "10 minutes away," after which he added, "I love John."Quickly rectifying the blunder, Dan added: "Not John... you," followed by another laughing face.Dan's Strictly Come Dancing co-star John Whaite was quick to comment on the post.John penned: "I knew it," as hundreds of Dan's followers like the comment.After sharing the post on Twitter, former Strictly pro Motsi Mabuse couldn't help but comment.Demanding answers, she wrote: "Who is John @mrdanwalker explain yourself lol," as the star replied with laughing emojis.Dan keeps snaps of his wife Sarah off of his social media platforms as well as his three children.Last year, the Strictly star revealed the real reason why he never shares photos alongside his wife on social media.Dan was asked about his wife's absence on his social media in a candid Q&A session.An Instagram user asked the star: "Why don't you post any photos with your wife?"Dan revealed that his partner prefers to not be on his social media accounts.He replied: "Good question...
Dan Walker caught trouserless in backstage snap after awkward blunder before show
Dan Walker had clearly not prepared for every eventuality as he was left trouserless ahead of his hosting gig on Channel 5.The 45-year-old was fortunate that a member of the public ran to his rescue to save the day after he'd suffered a nightmare day where his wardrobe had been concerned.Life had been ticking along smoothly for Dan after he made the switch from BBC Breakfast to Channel 5 News recently, until this week that is.READ MORE: Dan Walker hits back at claim he was 'shackled at the BBC' after Channel 5 moveOn Monday's episode, Dan opened up about his hellish trip to the office which could have left him feeling rather red faced had a bystander not have stepped in.The TV host didn't delve into all of the finer detail but did explain to viewers that it "was a long story" but he'd somehow forgot to pack his trousers and shirt for work.Having a joke with his new co-star Katherine Nash on his new show, he said: "I’m not going to lie, I’ve got full coverage of back sweat."You probably don’t wanna hear that but the good news is, people are looking out for each other today!"The news reporter added: "I should say a huge thank you to Hash who works in a pub/hotel around the corner called the Waterman."I lost my trousers and shirt today, it’s a long story..."I turned up there, he lent me an iron, I ironed my spare shirt and he also gave us a nice glass of ice cold water."Giving further thanks, Dan commented: "What a man," as a number of pictures of Dan with Hash appeared on the screen behind him.The TV star doesn't tend to take himself too seriously and will often share his own misfortunes with his adoring Twitter following.Doing just that, he also took to the popular platform to tweet about the mishap.He hilariously penned:
BBC Breakfast fans baffled as Jon Kay leaves Nina Warhurst hosting alone in studio again
BBC Breakfast fans were left baffled as another shake-up saw host Jon Kay abandon the studio completely for the second time in a week.The permanent presenter only officially landed Dan Walker's old job a fortnight ago - but catching Covid-19 last week meant he couldn't take up the role immediately.And on Jon's official first week on the job, he fled the studio entirely, leaving Nina Warhurst to present alone from Media City.READ MORE: BBC Breakfast's Carol Kirkwood reveals how she 'ruined' her fiancée's proposalInstead, Jon took up a post at Droitwich Spa Lido near Birmingham to present live on the latest heatwave news. Meanwhile, weather presenter Carol Kirkwood was also out and about at Kew Gardens to bring viewers the latest temperature updates.Even business correspondent Ben Boulos escaped the air conditioned BBC Studios in exchange for taking up a post at King's Cross Station in London to talk about the disruption to rail services.On Monday (July 18), Jon exchanged the red sofa for a spot by the river in Cambridge - where a pigeon unfortunately decided to poo on his linen jacket.After fans wondered why he was wearing a jacket at all in the heat, on Tuesday Jon opted for something a little more summer-ready, looking dashing as ever in a white button-up shirt dotted with lilac flowers.
BBC Breakfast's Jon Kay left red-faced as he suffers pooey wardrobe blunder live on-air
BBC Breakfast presenter Jon Kay was left red-faced on Monday (July 18) as he suffered a major wardrobe blunder live on the programme.Jon was presenting on location in Cambridge to warn viewers of the extreme heat expected across the UK, with temperatures reaching 41 degrees Celsius in parts of the country.Weather presenter Carol Kirkwood was also out and about in Central London, while only Nina Warhurst held down the fort at the Media City-based BBC studios. READ MORE: BBC Breakfast in chaos as presenters abandon studio and Jon Kay hosts aloneAnd on what was Jon's official first day on the job after landing what used to be Dan Walker's permanent role on the programme - after contracting Covid-19 left him homebound last week - his experience was unfortunately marred by excrement.Busy presenting the show, Jon couldn't help but bring things to a halt when a bird unceremoniously pooed on his linen jacket.Turning to Carol, a flustered Jon asked: "Carol, have you got any tips for removing bird poo from linen jackets? Because I've just been splatted by a pigeon."Carol simply burst into laughter at his admission, before gathering herself enough to say: "Try one of these wet wipe things - it might spread it a wee bit, but if you use a few..."Looking completely unimpressed by Carol's tips, Jon said: "It could get messy, couldn't it? I'm slightly anxious about doing this.
John Isner branded 'far too nice' by Dan Walker after ending Andy Murray's Wimbledon hopes
John Isner, 37, was called “far too nice” by Channel 5 News presenter Dan Walker, 45, yesterday after defeating Andy Murray, 35, at Wimbledon.The former BBC Breakfast presenter described the American tennis player as a “lovely fella” after he beat the British hopeful early on in the competition. Dan took to Twitter yesterday to sing John’s praises after he had bested Andy on his home turf. Speaking to his 768,600 followers, he wrote: “John Isner is far too nice, and gracious and kind and respectful. “What a lovely fella #Wimbledon.”Yesterday, British two-time champion Andy suffered his earliest Wimbledon exit ever.The Scottish tennis star put up a good fight, but lost in four sets against John in the second round.The former world number one secured the third set, with the hope that he could bring it back, but unfortunately fell 6-4 7-6 (7-4) 6-7 (3-7) 6-4 to the big-hitting 20th seed.Andy has never failed to reach the third round at Wimbledon over 13 previous attempts, but that all changed yesterday.Meanwhile, John fired 36 aces on his way to victory on centre court after previously competing as a semi-finalist in 2018.The athlete, who is originally from North Carolina, will play 20-year-old Italian 10th seed Jannik Sinner next.John proved himself to be a good sport, as he hailed Andy as “one of the greatest players ever” after knocking him out of the second round. "It's no secret that I am not a better tennis player than Andy Murray," he said.
Piers Morgan brands Nick Kyrgios a ‘d***’ over furious rants at Wimbledon
Piers Morgan, 57, has reacted to Nick Kyrgios’ furious rant over spectators and line officials in the Wimbledon 2022 match.The former Good Morning Britain presenter took to Twitter to voice his opinion on the 27-year-old’s demeanour during the clash.In view of his 7.9 million followers, Piers shared a video that shows Nick saying: “I don't start clapping when they're scanning s*** at a supermarket do I?"Along with the clip, Piers simply wrote: “Kyrgios is such a d***.”Nick sparked backlash after complaining to umpire Marija Cicak over the crowd at the match earlier today.He said: "You have to tell them.They're spectators.“They don't have any right to do that.They're spectators who spend money to come watch us play.They should be removed."I don't go up to their face in their 9-5 and start clapping when they're scanning s*** at a supermarket.“They have no right to do that so why does it keep happening?"Nick went on to complain about “racial slurs” as he questioned why spectators were not penalised for their actions.He added: "You should just remove them from the crowd."So pure disrespect from a spectator to an athlete is acceptable at Wimbledon?“But you don't accept a hat with two logos? When's the line?“That's acceptable, racism is acceptable so when does it stop? So where's the line?"It's been happening for years.
Dan Walker hits back at claim he was 'shackled at the BBC' after Channel 5 move
Dan Walker has set the record straight on the belief he was "shackled at the BBC" after moving to Channel 5.The TV presenter left the BBC for the rival broadcaster last month after presenting BBC Breakfast for six years, most famously with former co-host Louise Minchin.Dan, 45, has started anchoring Channel 5's flagship news programme 5 News on weekdays at 5pm.READ MORE: Dan Walker shares first look at new Channel 5 job after begging BBC Breakfast for returnHe has now spoken out about what he loves about Channel 5 and how it compares to his old BBC job.Dan said he really loves that his work is done "with a bit of feeling and connect with our audience in a way maybe other programmes struggle to do".Asked if this differs to how he presented on the BBC, he told Radio Times: "I think that’s always been my style, rightly or wrongly. "There’s a perception that you’re really shackled at the BBC and you can’t be yourself, but I’ve never been told I can’t say something."But he did admit that Channel 5 has "a bit more flexibility", which is something he enjoys.Dan also pointed out he is working with a very young and creative team at Channel 5.The broadcaster's first Channel 5 show aired on June 6 to an audience of 390,000 viewers.Dan was delighted to reveal the show's figures had been boosted by 70 percent after his first day.He tweeted: "Lots of talk about figures last night… we are quite happy with ours.For more of the latest showbiz and TV news from the Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here."The @5_News audience was up over 70 percent.
Piers Morgan furiously backs Sir Paul McCartney after Glastonbury set sparks backlash
Piers Morgan has leapt to the defence of Sir Paul McCartney after complaints were made about the former Beatle's headline set at Glastonbury on Saturday evening.The legendary musician, who turned 80 over the weekend, played a two-and-a-half hour spectacular, including guest appearances by Foo Fighters and Nirvana star Dave Grohl and 'The Boss' himself Bruce Springsteen.Macca went through large portions of his extensive back catalogue, with hits by Wings mixed in between some of his newer solo music and some classics by The Beatles.READ MORE: Piers Morgan's life - childhood tragedy, 'horrendous' divorce and public rows with sonBut there were a few people, particularly on Twitter, upset that he didn't do more Beatles songs during his set.This drew the attention of Piers, who fired back at the critics in his usual style, writing: "Twitter’s moaning Macca ‘didn’t do enough Beatles hits.’ He played Can’t Buy Me Love, Love Me Do, I Saw Her Standing There, Lady Madonna, Blackbird, Get Back, Something, Let It Be, and Hey Jude."Those songs alone are 9 of the greatest pop songs ever."Twitter.. STFU."#Piers' nemesis Dan Walker also praised Sir Paul's set, gushing on Twitter: "The fact that Sir Paul McCartney is doing this at 80 is impressive & he’s earned the right to do whatever he likes but, if he doesn’t smash out HEY JUDE then it’s a massive opportunity missed #Glastonbury2022."Though Sir Paul didn't bring out Ringo Starr, we did get a Beatles reunion at one point - kind of.During Paul's performance of I've Got A Feeling, he reunited for a virtual performance with John Lennon, 42 years after he was brutally murdered in New York.