Alongside his talented wife, he is an icon in the history books of breakfast television.
But Richard Madeley left viewers distracted as he returned to the This Morning couch on Monday, and displayed an extremely bright tan.
Taking a seat with his wife Judy Finnegan, 71, the 64-year-old star quickly made waves as he displayed his tanned face while launching their search for a bestseller from a locked-out first novelist.
Wow: Richard Madeley left viewers distracted by returning to the This Morning couch on Monday, and displayed an extremely bright tan
Viewers quickly turned to Twitter to wonder if Richard had been on a lounger for too long and castigate him on his “fake tans” and platinum locks.
One fan wrote, “Richard was on vacation or did he go a little OTT with a fake tan?” “
A second typed: “Richard spent his vacation in the center of the sun” while a third wrote: “Did Blimey Richard swim in Cuprinol?
Another compared Richard to the famous character of Ross Geller, the false friend, who failed, by writing: “How high did Richard put the deckchair? “
Change: the star was visibly more tanned while sitting on the sofa on Monday, compared to February 2020 (right)
One fan wrote: ‘Richard looks so tanned lol’ with another wrote: ‘Richard Madeley looks like he’s hammering the Sun-In.’
Recently, Richard sported a luscious head of golden wicks and recently declared that his hair color was entirely natural.
He confirmed once and for all that his blond locks were “completely natural” following speculation that he had bleached them for his return to television.
Speaking to The Mirror, Richard said, “It’s completely natural, nothing like a bottle. You don’t have to believe me, but it’s true. If I dyed my hair, I’m sure it would turn green, I wouldn’t know how to do it.
Tanned: viewers quickly turned to Twitter to wonder if Richard had been on a lounger for too long and castigated him on his “fake tans” and platinum locks
Jokes: A fan wrote: ‘Richard spent his vacation in the center of the sun’
Richard also revealed that reading was what kept him and his wife Judy from getting “snappy” while the coronavirus was locked.
The couple recently made a surprise comeback on TV screens to host their new book show, Keep Reading and Carry on.
The couple have established themselves as a credible critic among book fans thanks to their longtime book club.
Asked by the publication about the reasons why reading plays such an important role in marriage, Richard said that the waiting time allowed them to prevent them from becoming “catchy” with each other.
He shared, “In all marriages, things can sometimes get tense, and you can get a little lively with each other, especially if you’re together 24/7. “
However, the broadcaster shared that they work so well together because they are so comfortable with each other.
Reaction: fans couldn’t believe their eyes when they turned to social media
The husband and wife duo presented This Morning between 1988 and 2001 and returned to ITV breakfast earlier this year to replace Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford.
The return was welcomed by viewers who clearly see how comfortable they feel together.
Describing his wife, Richard shared: “For my money, Judy is still the best presenter in the UK, she is so capable and versatile. But of all the presenters, I know that she was always the most reluctant, she did not appreciate celebrity at all.
He also stated that he was not concerned with the lockout restrictions requiring Judy to isolate herself longer than he did because of over 70 years of age, as he believed that it should be the responsibility of the individual to do his homework. own choices.
Moments of pleasure: the couple tasted summer pudding during their stay on the sofa
Hosts: stars distance themselves from hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford