BBC Breakfast's Sally Nugent missing from show after sparking health concerns from worried fans | The Sun

SALLY Nugent was missing from this morning's BBC Breakfast after she sparked health concerns from fans.

Viewers of the flagship programme were left worried for Sally, 51, who appeared unwell during Tuesday's show.

The journalist was hoarse while reading the news and had a Lemsip beside her in the studio.

Sally was a trooper and still turned up for work despite being poorly, but viewers urged her to get rest.

And this morning she was nowhere to be seen as BBC Breakfast kicked off at 6am.

Jon Kay was on the iconic red sofa alongside Sarah Campbell who stood in for Sally.

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As the pair got on with the show one fan tweeted Sally, saying: "You're poorly this morning I guess? You were so full of cold yesterday get well soon you brighten up my day."

Meanwhile, Sally recently left fans swooning with an 'absolutely stunning' nightwear picture from bed.

The journalist had attended the Broadcast Sport Awards alongside Rob Burrow, where he won an award for his documentary, Rob Burrow: Living with MND.

Following the ceremony, Sally swapped out of her glam attire and got comfy in some funky pjs as she posed with the award on her bed.

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Sally wore a pair of pink pyjamas which featured a green palm print and consisted of trousers and a button up long sleeve shirt.

With her dark hair style styled in loose waves and her smokey eye make up still in place, Sally looked radiant.

BBC Breakfast continues on BBC One and iPlayer.

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