Carol Kirkwood details why she’d quit BBC Breakfast ‘You’ve got to do it’

Carol Kirkwood reveals where you 'might see Northern Lights tonight'

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BBC Breakfast’s weather presenter Carol Kirkwood has detailed what could tempt her to leave her role on the early morning news show. Wednesday’s programme was hosted by Charlie Stayt and Sally Nugent as the pair discussed the current Euromillions news. While chatting about the jackpot prize, Sally and Carol joked if they win they’d leave their jobs and head to Vegas.

The duo teased Charlie, suggesting they could leave him alone on the BBC Breakfast sofa.

The discussion began during a news segment on the recent Euromillions jackpot, which stands at £184million and will rollover to Friday evening after nobody won Tuesday night’s draw.

Charlie told viewers: “Now, if you entered last night’s record Euromillions draw, here is the bad news – you didn’t win it.

“Here’s the good news – nobody else did,” he added.

Sally said: “That means – are you all listening? – the record jackpot of £184million will be available again on Friday!

“It won’t get any bigger, it’s now reached its maximum level 184million,” she explained.

Sally turned to weather forecaster Carol and remarked: “So, that means Carol that our plans could still happen.

“Do you know what me and Carol are going to do if we win? If one of us wins… Carol, shall we tell him?” she asked.

“Yes, go on!” Carol exclaimed, with Sally revealing: “We’re going to Vegas, possibly by Saturday.”

Charlie was slightly taken aback by the announcement, making it clear he was expecting something more.

He said: “I was thinking it was going to be something a little bit bigger than that, than a trip to Vegas, for 184 million.”

The presenter was also keen to know whether or not his co-star’s would stay in their jobs if they won the jackpot.

Charlie asked the pair: “Would you both walk? I mean, if you found out right now, would you just go, would it just be me?

“It would just be me left here, right?” he added.

“Yeah, probably. Fair enough, yeah,” Sally joked, teasing her co-host.

“It would, wouldn’t it?” Charlie remarked, feigning concern.

Carol chimed in with a suggestion she thought could keep everyone at BBC Breakfast happy.

She said: “You know, if we had a syndicate, we could all just go! There’d be nobody here tomorrow morning! Just thinking.

“You’ve got to do it, haven’t you, to be in with a chance,” she added.

BBC Breakfast airs weekdays at 6am on BBC One.

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