When the TV star announced she was leaving the show earlier this year, Louise said she was looking forward to turning her alarm off.
“I’ll be having lots of lie-ins. That’s what I’m most excited about right now,” the presenter said at the time.
Louise had to get up at 3.45am in order to make it to work on time for the 6am live show.
Sharing a picture of her phone alarm on social media last night, she said: “Goodness knows when I will set my alarm for this time again…”
The BBC have not yet confirmed who will take her place on the sofa.