This Morning ‘replacing’ David Dickinson on Dickinson’s Real Deal

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Dan Hatfield, 39, is known to ITV viewers as a money-saving expert on the daytime talk show This Morning. It is understood he will be taking over from David Dickinson on Dickinson’s Real Deal following reports the 81-year-old has quit the series after 16 years.

It has been reported David left the ITV series to “spend more time with his loved ones and wife Lorne Lesley”.

The antiques legend is believed to be filming for the upcoming series of Dickinson’s Real Deal this year.

The ITV presenter has been hosting the hit programme for 15 seasons.

A source has claimed David has “no intention” of giving up his career completely, but his replacement seems to be lined up.

Dan is set to step into David’s shoes, according to a MailOnline source.

However, a spokesperson for David told the Mirror “that moment may not be coming soon”.

“David has no plans to retire from Dickinson’s Real Deal, a show he still very much enjoys making and is hugely looking forward to working on the upcoming series later this month,” the source said. has contacted ITV for further comment on the matter.

An ITV spokesperson told “The current series of Dickinson’s Real Deal is in production and filming throughout spring and summer.

“No decisions have been made on future series beyond that.”

David has become known for his phrase “real bobby dazzler” when he thought he had found a treasured item.

Before fronting his own show, he hosted BBC One’s Bargain Hunt where his eye for unique finds often left the teams soaring ahead.

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Away from the world of antiques, David has appeared on Strictly Come Dancing and I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!

David met his wife, a former cabaret star, in the 1960s and the pair tied the knot in 1968.

One of their grandchildren became the youngest ever contestant to successfully secure an investment on the BBC One business show Dragons’ Den.

Dickinson’s Real Deal airs weekdays from 1pm on ITV.

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