Richard Arnold has said he wants to give Good Morning Britain co-star Kate Garraway some fashion advice before she gets her MBE back.
Kate, 54, received the honor for her broadcasting services and will travel to Buckingham Palace to receive the award from a member of the Royal Family later this year.
But her GMB co-star Richard, 52, has now said he wants to give her her outfit once again before she walks through the palace gates.
Addressed exclusively to OKAY! As he turns 25 in showbiz he said, “I’m going to have to say a strong word to her, though, to make sure she doesn’t show up in a blouse.
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“There was a time in the early 2000s – and I guess Sex And The City is to blame for that – where Kate was dressed up in a wardrobe and then she was sticking out a bodice.
“So besides feeling tremendous pride, I’ll be keeping a close eye on Kate’s clobber.
“I’d like to send her in style, checking out what she’s wearing.”
Richard also opened up about the relationship he shares with his Good Morning Britain co-stars, admitting that they “belly laugh every day”.
He said: “Susanna [Reid], Charlotte [Hawkins], Laura [Tobin] and Ranvir [Singh] and I have all worked together for a while.
“Kate, Ben [Shephard] and I just have a bigger shared story. These friendships mean a lot.
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“I always say the best pension you can have is shared history.
“To get up and work the hours that we do, there is no room for the ego, we just belly laugh every day. It really is a family affair.”
Speaking of his quarter-century career, Richard continued, “Guests who come to GMB often ask me, ‘How do you do this every day? And I say, ‘It’s called a mortgage!’ “
Richard laughed, adding, “I’ve always been an early riser. Plus, being in the ‘tinsel mines’, as we jokingly call it at GMB, is a privilege and I never expected to. what I fall.
“To be here again – even though I often joke that I hang like a cat on a curtain – is a joy. I’m a very lucky boy.”
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