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BBC Radio 5 Live presenter Rachel Burden, 46, bid farewell to Felicity Hannah yesterday after announcing Sean Farrington would be returning to the airwaves on Tuesday. Felicity has featured the Wake Up to Money segment of the show in her absence for the past three months.

Looking at her 88,100 followers, Rachel tweeted, “You’ve been BRILLIANT.

“V very impatient that @seanfarrington is back in the chair, but we’re not going to let you go so easily Fliss…” (sic)

The heartfelt post was in response to an earlier tweet from Felicity, who thanked the Wake Up to Money team for all of their hard work.

She wrote: “I had so much fun presenting #WakeUpToMoney over the past 3 months, thank you to everyone who came out to tell me their story.

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“And thank you to the amazing WUTM team who work so hard.

“Monday is a preview of 2022 with me, then THE @seanfarrington is back from Tuesday,” she told her 21,500 followers.

In a follow-up tweet, she added: “I will always stay for #WakeUpToMoney on Fridays, you can’t shake me that easily.”

Felicity fans were quick to compliment the finance professional on his excellent turn in Sean’s absence.

“I love to start the day with the podcast if I sleep well. Get some well deserved zzzzzzzz and look forward to hearing from you when you are on. Happy New Year! “(Sic)

Steve Downing added, “You did a great job Felicity, so glad you didn’t quit the program completely.

“I wish you and your family a very happy new year. “

A few months ago, Sean announced that he would be stepping away from the show for a while to spend more time with his son.

Sharing adorable photos of the youngster, he shared the news with his 10,500 followers on October 2.

“I’m away from the airwaves for a while to spend a little more time with this ray of light,” he explained.

“A handful of major surgeries in his first 15 months and luckily he barely flinched and really helped us keep going.”

Rachel Burden presents 5 Live’s Breakfast Show and Rick Edwards has been co-hosting with her since November.

The Wake Up To Money segment of the show focuses on the world of personal finance and gives the latest updates on financial markets around the world.


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