“BBC Breakfast’s Sally Nugent Shares Poignant Moment as Bill Turnbull’s Daughter Appears on Show”

Today, BBC Breakfast presenter Sally Nugent praised Bill Turnbull’s daughter Flora on a poignant post. Bill Turnbull died last year at the age of 66 after a five-year battle with prostate cancer. Sally shared a clip of Flora being interviewed about her dad on BBC Breakfast this morning from the show’s official Twitter account, and she told her followers that Bill would be “super proud”. In the clip, Flora said that she wanted to pay tribute to her dad in a purposeful way, and to raise awareness of prostate cancer after his death.

Prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer in men across the UK, and it is estimated that one in eight men will get prostate cancer in their lifetime. Bill was first diagnosed in 2017, which forced him to temporarily step down from his Classic FM radio show. His family released a statement last year confirming he had died from the illness on August 31.

Sally and her co-presenter Nina Warhurst became emotional this morning as they opened up on the death of their “brilliant” late co-star Bill in response to Flora’s appearance on the programme. They spoke of how Bill will be remembered as a remarkable broadcaster who brought warmth and humour into people’s homes on BBC Breakfast and Classic FM, and how he was also a devoted Wycombe Wanderers fan and an ever-aspiring beekeeper.

BBC Breakfast presenter Sally Nugent praised Bill Turnbull’s daughter Flora in a poignant post today, coinciding with the star’s appearance on the BBC One show this morning. Bill died last year at the age of 66 after a five-year battle with prostate cancer. Sally shared a clip of Flora being interviewed about her dad on BBC Breakfast this morning from the show’s official Twitter account and told her followers that Bill would be “super proud”.

In the clip, Flora said that she wanted to pay tribute to her dad in a purposeful way, and to raise awareness of prostate cancer after his death. Prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer in men across the UK, and it is estimated that one in eight men will get prostate cancer in their lifetime. Bill was first diagnosed in 2017, which forced him to temporarily step down from his Classic FM radio show. His family released a statement last year confirming he had died from the illness on August 31.

Sally and her co-presenter Nina Warhurst became emotional this morning as they opened up on the death of their “brilliant” late co-star Bill in response to Flora’s appearance on the programme. They spoke of how Bill will be remembered as a remarkable broadcaster who brought warmth and humour into people’s homes on BBC Breakfast and Classic FM, and how he was also a devoted Wycombe Wanderers fan and an ever-aspiring beekeeper.

Sally Nugent paid tribute to Bill Turnbull’s daughter Flora in a heartfelt post today. Flora appeared on BBC Breakfast to talk about her late father and her plans to run the London Marathon in his memory. Bill died last year at the age of 66 after a five-year battle with prostate cancer. Sally shared a clip of Flora’s interview from the show’s official Twitter account, and expressed how proud Bill would be of his daughter.

Prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer in men across the UK, and it is estimated that one in eight men will get prostate cancer in their lifetime. Bill was first diagnosed in 2017, which forced him to temporarily step down from his Classic FM radio show. His family released a statement last year confirming he had died from the illness on August 31.

Sally and her co-presenter Nina Warhurst became emotional this morning as they opened up on the death of their “brilliant” late co-star Bill in response to Flora’s appearance on the programme. They spoke of how Bill will be remembered as a remarkable broadcaster who brought warmth and humour into people’s homes on BBC Breakfast and Classic FM, and how he was also a devoted Wycombe Wanderers fan and an ever-aspiring beekeeper. Sally expressed how much she misses Bill and praised Flora for her moving tribute to her late father.