Ex-channel 4 presenter Jonnie Irwin has shared a positive update with his fans, as he confirmed he will be back on our screens soon.
The A Place in the Sun presenter, who has been filming content for BBC show Morning Live, posted a picture of himself grinning in view of his 225,000 Instagram followers.
In the first photo, Jonnie took a selfie showing the view of a long street with a camera operator getting ready to film him.
“So good to be back filming for @bbcmorninglive,” he wrote. “We’ve just shot two short films about renovating your home and what to look out for.
“I think my smug smile betrays the lack of a massive commute for once and the extra couple of hours I got in my scratcher as we filmed in Newcastle Upon Tyne.
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“I’ll let you know when they are due to go out, when I know myself,” he added.
Another post a few hours later showed Jonnie taking another selfie at the airport, as he stood in front of a British Airways plane.
He captioned the snap: “I’m smiling as I’ve just had a very positive experience.
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“Flying out of Newcastle airport is usually a breeze as it was today. I took a connecting flight with @british_airways and someone didn’t get to the plane on time.
“We then had to wait for the baggage crew to find the 4 bags (someone’s got a very painful day ahead!).
“What struck me was how calm all the passengers remained- many like me getting connecting flights.
“But then we [were] treated like customers not cattle, kept fully aware and all the passengers responded in kind,” he concluded. (sic)
Jonnie last year revealed that doctors had told him he has just months to live, but that hasn’t stopped him from getting the most out of every day.
He confirmed his terminal cancer diagnosis to fans after doctors found the disease had spread to his brain following his lung cancer diagnosis in April 2020.
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