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Sean Fletcher replaced: Where is Sean Fletcher, why is he not on Sunday Morning Live?

Sunday Morning Live will air at 10am this morning (Sunday, July 25) until 11am. The religious and current affairs discussion programme will be hosted by Sally Phillips and Angelica Bell today. Express.co.uk has everything you need to know about regular host Sean Fletcher.

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Where is Sean Fletcher?

Fans of Sunday Morning Live will have noticed something a little different this morning.

Sally Phillips was not joined by her usual co-host Sean Fletcher this weekend and instead presented the show with television and radio host, Angellica Bell.

Fletcher’s absence remains unknown, but there are several reasons that could explain his disappearance.

The former sports presenter may well be taking a well-deserved summer holiday break.

Just like many television presenters at the moment, including Piers Morgan and Lorraine Kelly, Fletcher could be simply taking some time off.

READ MORE Good Morning Britain announces Sean Fletcher will take over from Piers

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Sean Fletcher (Image: BBC)

Sean Fletcher and Sally Phillips usually present Sunday Morning Live on BBC One (Image: BBC)

On the other hand, Fletcher has been very with other presenting duties which may have clashed with his Sunday Morning Live stint this morning.

Fletcher is the presenter of the new ITV six-part series Wonders Of The Coast Path, which premieres on Thursday, July 23.

Episodes air every Thursday at 8pm on ITV and the ITV Hub.

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In the series, Fletcher embarks on the 870-mile long journey across the Welsh coast, exploring the beautiful landscape and culture along the way.

Angellica Bell is presenting Sunday Morning Live today (Image: BBC)

He is also a presenter on Countryfile, Songs of Praise, ITV’s Good Morning Britain and writes for the Huffington Post.

More recently, Fletcher was confirmed as Piers Morgan’s replacement on Good Morning Britain.

Morgan has taken a seven-week break from the show to coincide with the schools’ summer holidays.

Fletcher will begin his presenting role on Good Morning Britain on Monday, August 3.

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He is no stranger to the programme, having joined as part of the original team in 2014 as the show’s sports presenter.

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Sean Fletcher will step in for Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain (Image: BBC)

From 2015, Fletcher became a less frequent face on the show due to other commitments.

He joined the Countryfile presenting team, hosted BBC’s Inside Out and presents Sunday Morning Live.

The last time Fletcher stepped in for Morgan was in August 2018.

For the past few weeks, hosting duties on the show have been shared between Tipping Point presenter, Ben Shephard and political reporter Ranvir Singh.

Morgan’s co-host Susanna Reid’s position has also been filled by Charlotte Hawkins and Kate Garraway.

Who is Sean Fletcher’s replacement Angellica Bell?

Angelica Bell is a television and radio presenter from London.

She is best known for her presenting role on CBBC in the early 2000s and for occasionally presenting on BBC’s The One Show.

Viewers may also recognise her as the winner of Celebrity MasterChef 2017.

Her other presenting duties have included Children in Need, The Saturday Show, Something for the Weekend and Blue Peter.

On today’s episode of Sunday Morning Live, Phillips and Bell will reflect on the week’s talking points and discuss ethical and religious issues of the day.

Sunday Morning Live airs Sundays at 10am on BBC One

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