James Martin shares disappointing update as he announces break from Saturday Morning

James Martin gets emotional as he celebrates his 200th show

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James Martin was back on Saturday to host his last episode of Saturday Morning before he takes a break for the summer. The ITV chef welcomed a number of guests and chefs onto the programme including singer Matt Goss, David Gower as well as Galton Blackiston and Mark Birchall.

However, as the episode came to a close, James bid farewell to viewers as he explained he was taking a much-needed break from the show.

After thanking his guests for appearing on the show, James said: “We are sadly taking a break during the summer.”

“They’re out of a job,” the chef joked as the ITV staff could be heard booing in the studio.

“We will see you back here on ITV in September,” he cheered.

“Where I’ll be doing this for the rest of my life I have been told.

“I will be joined by more top chefs, and other brilliant guests, until then, take care, stay safe and thanks for watching everybody.”

“Have a great summer,” he added as he waved to viewers and staff.

Ahead of his last show on Saturday, James shared the news on social media.

He penned: “Sadly our last show before the summer break today but we will be back!”

The chef’s followers were quick to reply, with many saying they were going to miss the programme over the summer.

Angela Navin wrote: “Saturday is not the same without watching your show. xx.” (sic)

Lynette Jenkins added: “Have a wonderful summer break well deserved chef.”

“Ohhh no – but have a decent break see you in September,” Elen said.

While Craig Lord praised: “Cracking show. Looking forward to your return.”

“Saturday’s just won’t be the same. Enjoy your summer @jamesmartinchef but don’t forget to come back,” Brenda Howard told him.

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