BBC Breakfast: Rachel Burden quizzes Silverstone boss on safety
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BBC Breakfast and BBC Radio 5 presenter Rachel Burden, 46, has taken to Instagram and shared her fears after being struck down with Covid. The broadcaster admitted she was afraid of putting her parents at risk of catching the virus.
Earlier this week, Rachel explained that she was forced to miss her BBC Radio 5 Live Breakfast Show after battling Covid.
She was replaced by Scottish TV and radio presenter Laura McGhie.
Taking to Instagram today, the BBC Breakfast gave fans an update on her health issues and she was soon inundated with support.
Rachel explained that she received a heartwarming gesture from her son Henry, after uploading a photo of lavender flowers.
In view of her 10,500 followers, she began: “Found this bunch of lavender outside my door with a note from the smallest one.
“Shoved it in an old loo roll because it’s all a bit make-do in iso. I think I’m probably about day 5 of Covid and it’s been thankfully mild (2 jabs) but still a bit of a pain in the backside.”
She continued: “No one else around me has caught it but I’m scared how it slipped through without warning, and that I could have put my mum and dad at risk.
“Damn this fricking virus and huge love to those who’s lives have been changed forever because of it. Take care.” (sic)
The sweet flowers were accompanied with a note, which read: “To mum. I hope you get better soon. Love Henry xxxxxxx.”
She was soon flooded with comments, as one supporter wrote: “Wishing you a very speedy recovery.”
Another commented: “Get well soon! Have missed your presence this week in the mornings.”
“Hope you’re better soon,” a third offered.
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Another commented: “What a gorgeous note! Make sure you keep that one.”
“Bless him… Am loving flowers in loo rolls,” a fifth added.
Rachel previously informed listeners that she would be absent from her 5 Live show for health reasons.
The star revealed she was resting in bed with an ice cream to cheer herself up.
Rachel said: “After 18 months of talking about it, covid has finally caught up with me.
“Currently self medicating in bed with paracetamol and a mini magnum.
“@PatricKielty and @LauraMcGhie_ with you in the morning. Look after yourselves. X.”
Rachel’s BBC Breakfast and 5 Live co-star Naga Munchetty was one of many who sent a supportive message to her following news of her Covid battle.
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