Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary announce their departure from This Morning for the summer – .

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Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary announce their departure from This Morning for the summer – .


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Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary have announced they are leaving This Morning for the summer, with the duo hosting their last show on Friday.

The fun pair, who took over the weekend niche in January, are now moving away from ITV’s success until September.

Phillip Schofield, 59, and Holly Willoughby, 40, will host all shows next week, followed by Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes, both 61, to take the reins.

See you in September! Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary announced they are leaving This Morning for the summer, with the duo hosting their last show on Friday

Starting Monday, July 12, Eamonn and Ruth will be presenting every week of the summer, including the Friday episode.

Speaking of their outing on Friday, Dermot, 48, and Alison, 46, looked gleeful and made the most of their last two hours on TV together.

Dermot said: ‘It’s nice to have you join us. I’m very excited today because it’s our last show of the season, isn’t it? ‘

As Alison smiled as she replied, “I know, we’ll be back in September. ”

Full Work Week: Usual weekday hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby will host all shows next week (pictured together in Thursday's edition of the ITV hit)

Full Work Week: Usual weekday hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby will host all shows next week (pictured together in Thursday’s edition of the ITV hit)

Step in: Starting July 12, Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes will take the reins and present This Morning throughout the summer (pictured hosting an episode in October)

Step in: Starting July 12, Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes will take the reins and present This Morning throughout the summer (pictured hosting an episode in October)

Speaking in May, Alison admitted that it took her two months before she and Dermot “became comfortable” with each other this morning.

The couple revealed they need to have “private conversations” to iron out what they don’t like about each other’s presentation styles.

The former Big Brother star believes their partnership on the show is working because they were “so honest with each other” during the first few months and compared the collaboration to an “arranged marriage.”

Speaking to Lorraine alongside Alison, Dermot admitted that they barely have time to get used to each other’s nuances.

Alison said, “We were literally thrown together, like an arranged marriage. It took about two months before we were comfortable.

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‘We told each other what we don’t like’: Alison and Dermot revealed in May that they had had private discussions about their presentation styles during the first few months of presenting together

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