Rachel Riley looks stylish as she leaves the countdown studio with her husband Pasha Kovalev

Rachel Riley looked stylish as 76-year-old Nick Hoover walked out of the Countdown studio for hours on Monday after announcing he was leaving the show.

The 34-year-old mathematician wore a festive berry red dress and black and white coaches.

Wearing a long puffer jacket, she protected herself from the December chill.

Stylish: Rachel Riley looked stylish as 76-year-old Nick Hoover walked out of the countdown studio for hours on Monday after announcing he was leaving the show.

The presenter wore a clear-faced visor as he connected weapons to her husband, Pasha Kovalev, 40.

Pasha, wearing black jeans and a blue T-shirt, played with a pair of coaches.

The professional dancer wore a warm jacket in a green jacket and a yellow tote bag. The corona virus covered the face during the pandemic.

Beaming: Mathematician (34) wore festive berry red dress, black and white trainers

Beaming: Mathematician (34) wore festive berry red dress, black and white trainers

Casual: 40-year-old Pasha Kovalev wears a pair of coaches wearing black jeans and a blue T-shirt

Casual: 40-year-old Pasha Kovalev wears a pair of coaches wearing black jeans and a blue T-shirt

Rachel’s countdown partner Nick confirmed on Monday that she has decided to leave the Channel 4 show after 10 years of hosting.

He cut off a normal personality when he left the Countdown studio just before Rachel on Monday night. He waved as he left the building and went to the waiting car.

As his 77th birthday in February and the host’s 10th anniversary approached, Nick took to Twitter in January to say he would not renew his contract.

Departure: Nick Hoover cut out a typical personality as he left Countdown Studios on Monday evening after the announcement.

Departure: Nick Hoover cut out a typical personality as he left Countdown Studios on Monday evening after the announcement.

The former apprentice aide was recently rescued from his home during a Channel 4 game show during the Corona virus lockdown, where he was replaced by Colin Murray (43).

Nick said it was a privilege and a privilege to be a part of the show because he thanked his teammates Susie Dent and Rachel Riley.

He tweeted on Twitter on Monday: ‘I’m happy to be back at Countdown Studios after another forced lockdown, but this latest lockdown has given me a chance to consider my future life.

Resignation: Nick took to Twitter in January to say he would not renew his contract as he turned 77 in February and was approaching his tenth year of hosting.

Resignation: Nick took to Twitter in January to say he would not renew his contract as he turned 77 in February and was approaching his tenth year of hosting.

Heads up: Presenter talks about how the corona virus pandemic prompted him to rethink his future (with co-hosts Susie Dent, left, and Rachel Riley in 2011)

Heads up: Presenter talks about how the corona virus pandemic prompted him to rethink his future (with co-hosts Susie Dent, left, and Rachel Riley in 2011)

‘I decided that the end of my contract in the New Year was a good time to resign. As a 77-year-old in his tenth year of hosting the great British firm Countdown, I think it’s time to smell the flowers and get the dog.

Let me now take the opportunity to say that it is a privilege and privilege to hold the helm of the Countdown, which first aired in 1982 and is still a Guinness World Record holder.

Although I will be on your screen until 2021, I would like to thank Channel 4 Broadcasters for their sincerely dedicated and unwavering professional studio staff and production staff at ITV Studios, which produces programs.

Reflection: Nick revealed that his contract will not be renewed in January as he turns 77 in February and is approaching his tenth year of hosting.

Reflection: Nick revealed that his contract will not be renewed in January as he turns 77 in February and is approaching his tenth year of hosting.

250 or more a year, my amazingly talented co-hosts are Susie Dent and Rachel Riley, but above all, the genius of producer Damien Eddy, who never stops entertaining and demands the best of us.

A heartfelt thank you to our loyal spectators and to the legion of competitors competing for the chance to carry the Richard Whiteley Trophy or the invaluable Teapot.

‘So, to anyone who takes my seat, I wish you all the best and I hope you get as much fun and reward as I enjoyed. C4Countdown @susie_dent acRachelRileyR. ‘(sic)

Bingo List!  After the news, Nick's teammate Rachel Riley shared an interesting statement with Twitter

Bingo List! After the news, Nick’s teammate Rachel Riley shared an interesting statement with Twitter

Following the news, Nick’s teammates Susie Dent and Rachel shared their statements on Twitter.

Rachel tweeted: ‘Okay, when you host @Nick_Hewer’ it’s time to get a bingo list of things to slip into the show, followed by a wink emoji.

When Susie added: ‘The voice of a gentleman who loses so much.’

Sweet: Nick's teammate Susie Dent says she's a gentleman.

Sweet: Nick’s teammate Susie Dent says she’s a gentleman.

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