The Australian television personality, who presents the morning TV show alongside David Koch, was rumoured to be planning an exit from the series this year, but has insisted that she is happy in her role.
As Sunrise celebrates its 10-year anniversary this week, Doyle told The Daily Telegraph: "I'm here, I'm not leaving, I never ever ever ever said I was and I still love it. I'm 42, I'm not going to be there forever but at the moment I love it.
"I was saddened people would think I wanted out when I don't, and I love it. If one of us didn't want to be there, you'd pick up on it."
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Doyle also revealed her favourite moments during her time on the Seven Network show. She named her best interview as one with Tom Cruise, because it was the first one he did after daughter Suri was born and "he was over the moon".
She added that her worst ever guest was Michael Richards - best known for his role as Kramer in Seinfeld - because he "refused to talk about anything but his one-man show".
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