BBC Breakfast presenter missing from show for second week as 'stunning' Naga Munchetty bags new co-host | The Sun
BBC BREAKFAST's Charlie Stayt was missing from the show for a second week as Naga Munchetty bagged a new presenter.
The journalist, 48, typically hosts the flagship show alongside Charlie, 61.
However, he has been missing from the iconic red sofa for a week now with no mention of his absence.
Ben Thompson stepped in to host BBC Breakfast with Naga as they both brought viewers the latest news.
Fans were left swooning over how 'stunning' Naga looked this morning.
They flooded Twitter with compliments for the host as one said: "Naga looks stunning today!"
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A second wrote: "I absolutely love the clothes @TVNaga01 wears. @BBCBreakfast should have a 'Naga's wearing' section!"
"Again – LOVING the @BBCBenThompson & @TVNaga01 combo. A BRILLIANT start to the day. Thank you," said a third.
While a fourth commented: "Loving Naga's look today she's gorgeous."
Meanwhile, BBC Breakfast fans were left in stitches as Carol Kirkwood was chewed by puppies in a chaotic live report.
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Yesterday's show saw Carol, 61, visit some guide dog puppies to find out more about their training.
Carol was seen sitting on the floor with a number of adorable pups around her, but as she spoke to the camera one started chewing her hair while another focused on her microphone.
Later, viewers were reminded of the hilarious moment a few years ago when a guide dog called Flash pulled Carol off camera live on air.
On today's BBC Breakfast, it was revealed that the puppies Carol was spending time with were the offspring of Flash.
One of the centre's workers then handed Carol one of the pups, and revealed it had been named after her following the iconic moment with Flash.
BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One and iPlayer.
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