Sarah-Jane Mee To Replace Eamon Holmes On Sky News Sunrise

Sky News has announced that Sarah-Jane Mee is to replace Eamon Holmes on its breakfast programme 'Sunrise'.

Belfast born Holmes has anchored the show for 11 years, however he recently announced he was stepping down from the role to pursue other projects.
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Mee is currently working for Sky News and Sky Sports and her presenting jobs have included Saturday Night Football and Cricket AM.

She said: "I'm so excited about returning to the Sunrise hotseat; taking over from Eamonn is a real honour and I feel privileged that I will be starting the day with Sunrise viewers around the UK and beyond. Live news is always such a thrill, you never know where the morning will take you and I looking forward to finding out."

Mee will be on air from Monday 17th October. 


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