This Morning’s Gino D’Acampo announces it’s his last show before going to Italy

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‘I am a little bit sad today’: This Morning’s Gino D’Acampo announces it’s his last show before going to Italy and temporarily leaving the show

His regular chef appearances on This Morning made him a household name. 

And TV favourite Gino D’Acampo announced on the daytime show on Tuesday that it would be his last appearance before going to his native Italy

Yet he reassured shocked hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield that his absence would be temporary, with hopes to return in ‘probably autumn or winter.’

‘I am a little bit sad today’: This Morning’s Gino D’Acampo announced on Tuesday it’s his last show before going to Italy and temporarily leaving the show

Gino, 45, told the presenting duo: ‘I was just walking around because I am a little bit sad today because I am going to go to Italy very soon, so this is my last This Morning, until probably autumn or winter.’

Phil joked: ‘Thank god for that!’

Gino continued: ‘Unless you two are going to come to the island of Sardinia and do something live there.’ 

He then addressed his loyal ITV viewers at home: ‘Where is my camera, where is my audience, where is my fans? Do not panic, because I have so many beautiful things for you.’

He’ll be back! Yet the chef, 45, reassured shocked hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield that his absence would be temporary, with hopes to return in ‘probably autumn or winter’

Explaining: Gino, 45, told the presenting duo: 'I was just walking around because I am a little bit sad today because I am going to go to Italy very soon, so this is my last This Morning, until probably autumn or winter'

Explaining: Gino, 45, told the presenting duo: ‘I was just walking around because I am a little bit sad today because I am going to go to Italy very soon, so this is my last This Morning, until probably autumn or winter’

Teasing: Phil joked: 'Thank god for that!'

Teasing: Phil joked: ‘Thank god for that!’

TV favourite: He then addressed his loyal ITV viewers at home: 'Where is my camera, where is my audience, where is my fans? Do not panic, because I have so many beautiful things for you'

TV favourite: He then addressed his loyal ITV viewers at home: ‘Where is my camera, where is my audience, where is my fans? Do not panic, because I have so many beautiful things for you’

While Gino’s primary role on This Morning is to chef up mouth-watering dishes, he took the reins earlier this month for a question and answer segment on the show. 

He left viewers in hysterics after his Ask Gino session was laced with innuendos.

The celebrity chef provided his tongue in cheek words of wisdom to a woman seeking food-based relationship advice.

Naomi, of Essex, explained how fish took her fancy, while her partner of two-months preferred sausages – namely chipolatas, which she ‘doesn’t know what to do with.’

Ask Gino: While Gino's primary role on This Morning is to chef up mouth-watering dishes, he took the reins earlier this month for a question and answer segment on the show

Ask Gino: While Gino’s primary role on This Morning is to chef up mouth-watering dishes, he took the reins earlier this month for a question and answer segment on the show

The frustrated caller said: ‘I don’t want a small sausage!’, to which Gino replied: ‘You want a sausage that you can handle.’   

The remarks bounced back and forth, with Naomi agreeing with Gino: ‘Yeah, meaty. I don’t see the benefits of a tiny little thing.’   

It was then when Holly quipped: ‘I quite like a chipolata!’ 

Funny: Gino provided his tongue in cheek words of wisdom to a woman seeking food-based relationship advice

Funny: Gino provided his tongue in cheek words of wisdom to a woman seeking food-based relationship advice

Interaction: At one point, Holly quipped: 'I quite like a chipolata!'

Interaction: At one point, Holly quipped: ‘I quite like a chipolata!’

Gino ensured he made full use of his Q&A slot and offered the advice: ‘It’s what you do with the chipolata. I’m always going to go for a big sausage because you keep the moisture.’

An amused Phillip jested: ‘If you’re not happy with the sausage that you’re getting, then go out and get a bigger one.’

While the TV presenters stifled giggles, Gino concluded: ‘Take control of your sausages from now on!’         

Gino has been appearing on the ITV show since 2009, with his additional credits including Let’s Do Lunch, There’s No Taste Like Home and Gino’s Italian Escape. 

Light-hearted: Gino ensured he made full use of his Q&A slot and offered the advice: 'It's what you do with the chipolata. I'm always going to go for a big sausage because you keep the moisture'

Light-hearted: Gino ensured he made full use of his Q&A slot and offered the advice: ‘It’s what you do with the chipolata. I’m always going to go for a big sausage because you keep the moisture’

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