Irish presenter Craig Doyle has made a sad confession about his television career before being invited to present ITV’s This Morning.
Craig, 51, rose to fame in the early 2000s presenting the BBC’s Holiday series.
Irish viewers will also know him from his presenting roles on Irish television.
Craig Doyle this morning
In November, Craig was invited to present competitions for This Morning.
He was then asked to fill in for Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield over the summer holidays.
I’ve been around the block a few times and had times where I thought, ‘Am I ever going to come back to this world?’
Craig is currently presenting alongside other guest presenters including Josie Gibson, Rochelle Humes and Alison Hammond.
This morning moderators
In a recent interview, Craig told the Mirror, “I’ve walked around the block a few times and had times where I was like, ‘Am I ever going to come back to this world?'”
He continued: “You get off the bus, it doesn’t keep coming by, and if you’ve been in the sport’s bubble you think the ship has sailed.
“So it’s exciting to be asked to be a part of This Morning.”
Craig also admitted he’s had multiple chances to perform on Strictly Come Dancing.
However, he declined as it “feels an awkward space.”
In the interview, Craig expressed that his wife Doon Doyle is very happy with his appearance on This Morning as the weekday presenting role means he has the weekends off.
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He has been married to his wife for 20 years and they share four children, Quinn, Muireann, Milo and Elsa.
Craig described Doon as “the most patient and supportive human being on the planet”.
Craig will continue to host This Morning alongside Rochelle Humes this week.
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