BBC’s Rachel Burden wows as she ‘transforms into Louise Minchin’ in makeover

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    BBC Breakfast viewers were stunned when presenter Rachel Burden looked like former BBC star Louise Minchin's double as she hosted Sunday's edition.

    Rachel was seen on the famous red sofa with Ben Thompson as they stepped in to host the show over the weekend, bringing viewers all of the latest news.

    As the blonde presenter showed off her new hairstyle, which featured a blunt fringe and shoulder-length curls, some people couldn't help getting distracted.

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    One fan said: "Rachel Burden seems to be turning into Louise Minchin."

    Another added: "You look amazing this morning."

    A third chipped in: "Didn’t recognise you in your new fringe!"

    A fourth penned: "Thought that @louiseminchin was back on @BBCBreakfast."

    Meanwhile, Rachel revealed she was going to be taking a break from her co-star Rick Edwards as they would be hosting BBC 5 Live separately.

    Posing together in a picture by their mics, Rachel told fans: "We’re on a break for a few weeks (holidays/other work stuff) so enjoy the rest of the summer – we’ll be back together in September," as she tagged Rick in the snap.

    Following responses from fans, Rachel quickly clarified: "For clarity – a break from each other (unrelated to lava lamps).

    "One of us at least should be in the @bbc5live studios throughout the summer," as Rick posted: "*related to lava lamps."

    One fan joked: "Remember when Ross and Rachel went on a ‘break’…?

    Another added: "How will you cope till September."

    A third cheekily asked: "You don’t go on holiday together?"

    BBC Breakfast airs weekdays at 6am on BBC1.

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