Ferne McCann returns to her TV presenting duties on This Morning
- Bang Showbiz
- 26 May 2017
Ferne McCann has returned to her TV presenting duties on ITV's 'This Morning'
Ferne McCann has returned to her presenting role on 'This Morning'.
The 26-year-old reality star hasn't been seen on the brunchtime show since she appeared as a guest earlier this month when she spoke about how she felt when she found out she was pregnant with her former lover Arthur Collins' baby shortly after he was arrested and charged over an acid attack at a London nightclub in April.
But, despite saying she would return to work when she was "ready", it looks like Ferne is finally back to her old self as she threw herself back in front of the cameras on Friday (26.05.17) as she was sent out to visit a Children's Hospice.
The brunette beauty kept her blooming bump under wraps as she wore a floral jacket over a black top, trousers and a pair of wedge sandals, to meet the children, parents and staff at Julia's House in Poole, which is part of the Dorset and Wiltshire Children's Hospices.
And whilst Ferne appeared to be at home with the family-friendly theme, she made a slight slip up after asking the children what their favourite thing to do at the hospice was when she forgot one of the children's name.
As the former 'TOWIE' star looked down to read her note cards she lost track of the schedule, paused and said: "So, also, erm...sorry..." before whispering "sorry" again and it was only when she was prompted by the mother Angela who reminded her of her son's name that she got the live-segment back on track.
Ferne continued with confidence and said: "Sorry, yes, Khalid [let's] come to you, so it's all hands on deck with Reuben, but Khalid you once had to resuscitate your brother, was that right? Can you tell me about that?"
After hearing how one youngster blew into his brother's face to keep him breathing as he travelled to hospital, Ferne gushed: "Wow, you're very brave. You're a very good big brother and an amazing family."
To wrap up the segment Ferne declared: "I'm going to stay here and have some fun" and encouraged the children to say goodbye to hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford as she passed back to them in the London ITV studios.
Ferne has moved on after she previously feared she would get a lot of hate from the public because of what her former lover is alleged to have done but was previously overwhelmed by the messages of support she has received.
Arthur was charged with 14 counts of grievous bodily harm with intent and one of throwing corrosive fluid on a person in relation to an acid attack at nightspot Mangle.
A second man, Andre Phoenix, 21, was charged with seven counts of grievous bodily harm in connection with the incident which took place in April.