Phillip Schofield and Sarah Greene were reunited on today's episode of This Morning, 30 years after they started hosting Going Live! Sarah looked like barely any time at all had passed, teaming a grey dress with a pair of classic black boots by Aquatalia.The brand's most famous fan is of course the Duchess of Cambridge, who has worn both these ankle boots and a knee high version.The Clondalkin native has seen his seen his profile soar since starring in BBC's historical drama Poldark.Aidan admits he had never set foot on stage until he signed up to a course at the Gaiety School of Acting. My mom is an accountant, very sort of humble working-class beginnings," he told The News Tribune. Getting a trade just didn't interest me, going to third-level university didn't interest me.Jason used to smoke pot and hang out with Ian Thomas and Garrett Reynolds. Interestingly, the Ivy League student had not participated in any other school clubs.In high school, he, along with them, was in a secret club called N. It is also revealed in a flashback in Season 2, that he almost hated Alison because she would often go into his room and take his belongings.Jason came back to Rosewood with a new clean cut look that surprised most of the girls.
So fans were delighted to see Phillip Schofield and Sarah Greene reunited 24 years later for Wednesday's episode of This Morning. Others added: '#This Morning Sarah Greene doesn't look like she's aged a day since the days when I used to watch her on Going Live when I was a kid.', 'Wow Sarah Greene is looking younger than ever.... was an iconic Saturday morning show that aired on BBC One between 19.
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Or check out the lookalike boots in our edit below. We’re still good friends.'She added: 'I went out with Phil and his wife, Steph, a few months ago, and we’re having dinner in a couple of weeks.
"It was terrifying getting up in front of a class full of people I'd never met before.
"And just exhilarating because you're right on the edge all the time, improvising or learning dialogue, and finding out about how you make that character work.