Just days after celebrating 20 years on Sunrise, fans are convinced David Koch is getting ready to farewell the morning show.

On Tuesday’s show, Kochie and the rest of the team looked back on his two decades as a presenter for Sunrise, and all the memorable moments from Breaky Central.

Among some of Kochie’s most treasured Sunrise memories was reporting on the Queen’s lying in state at Westminster Hall, climbing Kilimanjaro, meeting Katy Perry and covering the Macquarie Fields riots.

While Kochie didn’t confirm nor deny that he would be leaving the show, many viewers saw the emotional trip down memory lane as a sign he was getting ready to say goodbye.

“Good luck Kochie… enjoy your next adventures!” one fan wrote, while another penned, “Time for a sea change.”

Kochie’s colleagues didn’t mention a potential exit, but congratulated him for two decades on Sunrise.

“Outstanding! A real legend and great bloke! Thanks Kochie for all you do on and off the camera,” sports presenter Mark Beretta wrote online.

Kochie said his tenure on Sunrise has been “one of the great joys of [his] life.”

“It has been incredible. You can’t get up winter, summer the whole lot without doing it with people that you love dearly,” he continued, fighting back tears.

“Beretts, Nat, Eddy and Dave Walters who has been in our ear for twenty years as part of the team, so I’m very grateful. Thank you for having me for 20 years.”

Image credits: Sunrise

This article first appeared on OverSixty.