Fearne Cotton had "so much fun" taking over from Ken Bruce on BBC Radio Two on Monday (10.04.17).

Fearne Cotton

Fearne Cotton

The blonde beauty is set to helm the popular radio show in replace of the 66-year-old broadcaster for this week over the Easter period, and she has revealed she enjoyed her time helming the show.

The 35-year-old television and radio personality posted a picture of her on set at work to her Instagram account, which she captioned: "I'm on @bbcradio2 again this week, covering for Ken. Much fun today! Thanks if you tuned in (sic)."

However, this is not the first time Fearne - who has four-year-old son Rex and 19-month-old daughter Honey with her husband Jesse Wood - has been asked to fill in for a presenter, as last month she took over from Lorraine Kelly to present the breakfast show 'Lorraine'.

And during her stint Fearne interviewed her close friend and colleague Holly Willoughby, as well as Rob Mallard.

And the British star was handpicked to take over because the show's editor, Sue Walton, believed Fearne is a "popular" figure in the industry.

Speaking at the time, Sue said: "I'm delighted that Fearne, such a popular and versatile broadcaster is presenting the show for a week.

"Fearne thrives on live, and her natural empathy, spontaneity, not forgetting her sense of fun will all shine through in what will be a special week of shows."

by for www.femalefirst.co.uk

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