It appears BBC South East Today presenter Polly Evans's disappearance from our TV screens has caused some concern among viewers that the popular presenter has quietly moved on.
A number of people have taken to Twitter, questioning why she is currently not fronting the evening news programme with regular co-presenter Rob Smith.
They took over the co-anchor roles from Geoff Clark and Beverley Thompson in 2009.
@bbcsoutheast where is Polly Evans?
— Terry Palmer (@tel_palmer) March 13, 2017
@Polly_Evans missing you on screen, Polly.
— Jason Darrell Mepham (@JDMepham) March 13, 2017
@Polly_Evans When are you returning to South-east Today? It's been weeks! ��
— Stephen Killick (@SteveKills) March 13, 2017
@bbcsoutheast Hi haven't seen Polly on the local news for ages, do hope she is ok? Very much being missed ��������
— jamjarken (@jamjarken) March 10, 2017
But all has been revealed and there is no need to panic.
The journalist and presenter explained to concerned 'tweeters' that she is currently on temporary secondment and is undertaking a senior editorial role producing the programme behind the scenes, rather than presenting it on screen.
"I'm hoping to be back next year," she said on Twitter. "It is very different but great experience."
@SteveKills Hi Stephen, apologies! I'm doing a senior editorial role on secondment so off screen for a while, hoping to be back next year
— Polly Evans (@Polly_Evans) March 13, 2017