Fearne Cotton has been speaking about exactly why she decided to leave her show on BBC Radio 1.
The fab presenter bowed out of the station in May to focus on motherhood, with her show being taken over by the equally-as-fab Clara Amfo.
Explaining why she decided to step down, Fearne told The Telegraph: “It felt like the right time to change things up.
“Plus, I really wanted to put my focus back into TV. I came from TV and it got pushed to the side to an extent, as I had to focus on Radio 1 because it is such an all-encompassing job.”
Fearne, who is loving being a mum, has got a whole range of projects in the pipeline, including an ‘exciting’ TV project for next year, presenting the BBC Music Awards, her upcoming cookery book ‘Cook Happy, Cook Healthy’, a new column for Glamour magazine and new ranges for Very.co.uk.
She recently also spoke to Digital Spy about potentially returning to radio in the future,