BBC Breakfast host Naga Munchetty wowed fans as she presented Saturday’s show.
On June 18, Naga floored fans with her stunning display as she took her regular presenting spot on the programme.
Viewers took to social media to comment on her glowing appearance, with one writing: “#NagaNagaNaga wow wow wow !!! Very pleasing start to a Saturday on #BBCBreakfast.”
Another added: “Anyone else feeling the love with #Naga on the #BBCBreakfast sofa this morning? Or just me,”
While a third penned: “It’s a bright day for naga, blooming, #BBCBreakfast”
“#bbcbreakfast Ooh Naga!” a fourth shared.
A fifth joked: “No Charlie Stayt today…. maybe he wouldn’t have been able to keep his eyes off Naga #BBCBreakfast.”
In other Naga news, she recently rushed to support one of her colleagues who shared a health update.
News reporter Sally Bundock, who has previously appeared on BBC Breakfast before, as been forced to take a period off work to recover from an operation.
Sally also regular present BBC One programme The Briefing and is dealing with the aftermath of a gruelling knee operation.
The reporter shared a snap of her injured leg on Twitter with the caption: “Recovery: week 6 almost done.
“I’m seeing the consultant tomorrow and hoping I can downgrade from this strict knee brace and return to work on Monday #fingerscrossed.”
Naga kindly rushed to Twitter thread to comment on her pal’s and wrote: “OOH – Fingers crossed Sal xx.”
Her BBC replacement Victoria Fritz also added: “You have been missed Sally! Xx.”
To which Sally responded: “Thank you and thank you for doing such a marvellous job #liveatfive. So many early mornings.”
The reporter returned to work on Wednesday (June 15), although did have to sit down to ease the pressure on her knee.
On that day, Sally tweeted from BBC studios: “It’s lovely to be back and it’s busy as usual!! A lot to catch up on.”
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