Winter is coming... Or rather it's here... Either way we just had to put that reference with Richard Arnold's Ygritte from Game of Thrones impression: "You know nothing Jon Snow".
I was ready for banter... Sunrise at 7 is similar to Good Morning Britain. News, weather, sport and topical issues all delivered in a fun and entertaining way. So there was bound to be a joke about the British - the sport of pommie bashing. What would Sam and Kochie, Sunrise's equivalent of Susannah and Ben, throw at me?
The world's largest working palace and The Queen's 'weekend home' Windsor Castle is being opened to the public this Saturday as part of a new exhibition to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo.
Nick Dixon is live from The Grand Vestibule where The Royals host dinners, Prince Charles has held his drawing school and the likes of Barry Manilow and Shirley Bassey have performed.
The impact of that wintry weather is our top story - with heavy snowfall, blizzards and freezing temperatures causing hazardous driving conditions in many parts of the country.
Gritters have been out overnight and police are warning motorists to leave extra time for their journeys. Hundreds of schools are expected to be closed. Jonathan Swain is in Cumbria.
Arctic blasts and heavy snowfall hit large parts of the UK. Hundreds of schools are expected to be closed with hazardous driving conditions across the country
Three-quarters of parents told Good Morning Britain they're concerned about the effect electronic devices are having on their children's sleep
In the UK around 700 thousand young people care for family members or loved ones - taking on responsibilities normally expected of an adult.
Opening up Windsor Castle's gates - we get a Royal invite inside the Queen's favourite home
And Good Morning Australia! Today we're in the country's coolest city where Murray mania has taken hold
In almost all cases it isn't necessary.
Three-quarters of parents told Good Morning Britain they're concerned about the effect electronic devices are having on their children's sleep and concentration levels in school.
Are phones and tablet devices playing havoc with children's sleep patterns? Do you let your children play with their gadgets or do they have to be confiscated at bedtime?
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