Ben Shephard leaves one of his shows when he reveals that he is reducing his TV work

& # 39; I am broken! & # 39; Ben Shephard leaves one of his shows and reveals that he is reducing his TV work to spend more time with his family

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He is the face of several popular TV shows including Good Morning Britain, Ninja Warrior UK and Tipping Point.

But Ben Shephard has revealed that he is scaling back his TV work to spend more time with his family, because it is announced that he has stopped his other show, Goals on Sunday.

The presenter, 44, leaves the sports show after nine years to focus on his sons, with the star saying that he & # 39; shattered & # 39; is after he is out of the show to show.

A step back: Ben Shephard has revealed that he is cutting back on his TV work to spend more time with his family, as it is announced that he has stopped his other show, Goals on Sunday.

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A step back: Ben Shephard has revealed that he is cutting back on his TV work to spend more time with his family, as it is announced that he has stopped his other show, Goals on Sunday.

Ben stated that he wanted to be there to see his boys Jack, 12 and Sam, 14, play their sports games before they grow up too quickly.

He shares his sons with his wife Annie Perks, whom he married in 2004.

He told The Mirror: & # 39; Now they are teenagers, Sam is taller than me and Jack is not far behind, which I am trying to handle. They are consumed by school work all week, the weekend is the only time I can spend with them. & # 39;

He continued: & # 39; What usually happens is that after doing the breakfast show on Thursday and Friday, Saturday comes and I am shattered.

Family: The presenter, 44, leaves the sports show after nine years to focus on his sons, the star saying he is & # 39; shattered & # 39; after he has flicked off the show to show

Family: The presenter, 44, leaves the sports show after nine years to focus on his sons, the star saying he is & # 39; shattered & # 39; after he has flicked off the show to show

Family: The presenter, 44, leaves the sports show after nine years to focus on his sons, the star saying he is & # 39; shattered & # 39; after he has flicked off the show to show

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& # 39; Setting goals on Sunday was great, but I see that not only does everyone benefit, but I also benefit from being more involved in their weekend life. & # 39;

The TV personality later confirmed his exit with a long post uploaded to his Instagram on Saturday.

In addition to a photo with himself and co-host Chris Kamara, 61, he wrote: & # 39; After 9 seasons, nearly 400 shows and at least 3 times as many "incredible" the time has come to hang my Goals On Sunday boots .

& # 39; It is the experience of a lifetime of working with the legend that is @chris_kammy, and I am delighted to say that it is not just a colleague but a great friend who taught me so much – both professionally and personally ( not the least in the bar!)

& # 39; Thanks to all viewers, guests and especially @SkySports for trusting me with two of the gems in their row – Kammy and Goals on Sunday !! I enjoyed it every minute and will wake up every Sunday morning with Kammy, but I am really looking forward to working with Sky Sports in the future and I know Kammy and I will experience even more adventures. #GOS #easylikeasundaymorning. & # 39;

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Tipping Point fans, however, need not be afraid because the presenter has revealed that he would never give up for the ITV game show and stated that it was an & # 39; absolute privilege & # 39; was to see him as a host in 20 years.

Nowhere: Tipping Point fans don't have to be scared because the presenter revealed that he would never give up for the ITV game show

Nowhere: Tipping Point fans don't have to be scared because the presenter revealed that he would never give up for the ITV game show

Nowhere: Tipping Point fans don't have to be scared because the presenter revealed that he would never give up for the ITV game show

He also joked that when he is dead, he wants his tombstone to read: & # 39; He reached his tipping point. & # 39;

Ben's TV career was launched when he organized The Greatger Breakfast in 1998 with Channel 4 spin-offshow alongside Melanie Sykes and Dermot O & # 39; Leary.

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Later he continued to play the now deceased GMTV from 2000, after which he started hosting X Factor spin-off The Xtra Factor between 2004 and 2006.

Career: In addition to many other shows, Ben has been a regular guest of Good Morning Britain since 2014 (shown with co-star Kate Garraway in June 2019)

Career: In addition to many other shows, Ben has been a regular guest of Good Morning Britain since 2014 (shown with co-star Kate Garraway in June 2019)

Career: In addition to many other shows, Ben has been a regular guest of Good Morning Britain since 2014 (shown with co-star Kate Garraway in June 2019)

Co-stars: Ben is a presenter of Ninja Warrior UK from 2015 alongside Rochelle Humes and Chris Kamara

Co-stars: Ben is a presenter of Ninja Warrior UK from 2015 alongside Rochelle Humes and Chris Kamara

Co-stars: Ben is a presenter of Ninja Warrior UK from 2015 alongside Rochelle Humes and Chris Kamara

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He started to be a presenter on This Morning from 2005 and since then has done many gigs at the ITV day show.

Other programs that he stands for are Soapstar Superstar, The Krypton Factor.

Ben has been a regular guest at Good Morning Britain since 2014, a presenter of Ninja Warrior UK from 2015, while he has been on Goals On Sunday since July 2010.

Although he has also been the lead actor at Tipping Point since the 2012 inauguration.

The beginning: Ben's TV career was launched when he organized the Channel 4 spin-off show The Bigger Breakfast in 1998 alongside Melanie Sykes and Dermot O & # 39; Leary

The beginning: Ben's TV career was launched when he organized the Channel 4 spin-off show The Bigger Breakfast in 1998 alongside Melanie Sykes and Dermot O & # 39; Leary

The beginning: Ben's TV career was launched when he organized the Channel 4 spin-off show The Bigger Breakfast in 1998 alongside Melanie Sykes and Dermot O & # 39; Leary

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