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The presenter admitted she was already getting emotional before leaving the house!Fearne, who has young son Rex with husband Jesse Wood, wrote on Twitter: "My son just looked at my rather over the top dress I'm wearing today and said " mummy princess" Tears have started before I leave the house."We imagine she won't be the only one welling up as she hangs up her mic after six years." Singer Ella Eyre has posted a touching message on Twitter as Fearne's final show kicks off.She wrote on the social media site: "cannot remember a time when @Fearnecotton wasn't on radio, you will be sorely missed lovely, good luck with the new bubba #Farewell Fearne."Fearne is starting the show with an Arctic Monkeys' cover of Hold On, We're Going Home. Fearne revealed the Arctic Monkey's Live Lounge session was one her favourite during her time on the show.She also said: "This is WEIRD, it's so strange, it's the weirdest day ever. I am terrified."The presenter said today has felt like a "mythical day in the future" and she hasn't had much sleep.
The petite blonde was all smiles as she arrived at the Radio 1 studios today and wore a gorgeous long flowing dress to cover up her baby bump.
She looked as stylish as ever with a huge designer bag and black sandals as she strolled in the sunshine to work.
Fearne is on air and Nick Grimshaw is getting all emosh about her departure.
The star joked that Radio 1's Big Weekend, which kicks of in Norwich on Saturday, is actually the station's way of saying goodbye to Fearne. I definitely obviously wants to see Foo Fighters headlining, obviously Swifty, because I want to be her best friend."Ben Howard has recorded a special song for Fearne and she blurted out: "I can't cry already, oh God!
It was Fearne Cotton's last ever show on Radio 1 today and there were plenty of tears.The loved presenter, who already has one child with Ronnie Wood's son Jesse, is handing over her morning show to co-worker Clara Amfo as she prepares to welcome her second child.