Naga Munchetty missing from BBC Breakfast as Charlie Stay bags new co-host | The Sun

NAGA Munchetty went missing from BBC Breakfast as Charlie Stayt bagged a new co-host.

Usually the pair take over the sofa from Jon Kay and Sally Nugent every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

However, on today's edition (07 September) of the long-running morning show Naga, 48, was nowhere to be seen.

Charlie, 61, took to the BBC Breakfast sofa as usual as Carol Kirkwood was live from the Charlton Lido reporting on high temperatures.

However he was joined by the more junior BBC Royal Correspondent Sarah Campbell.

She looked radiant on the sofa as his co-host when she donned a stunning flower print summer dress whilst flaunting her bob hairdo.


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One viewer was incredibly excited as they shared an album made up of their own screenshots.

Another fan took to X – formerly known as Twitter – as they wrote: "Sarah. Lovely surprise to see you on the sofa this morning with a huge smile & looking so wonderfully colourful in that amazing dress."

They added: "I know bringing us the news is a tough job but like all at the BBC you are both professional & human❤️ #BBCBreakfast."

Naga was also missing from her BBC Radio 2 show on Tuesday and Wednesday this week.

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She usually presents her twice a week radio show from 11am till 1pm, but this week she was replaced by Adrian Chiles on both days.

This comes after Naga previously announced that she is living with adenomyosis – a condition that affects the tissues that line the womb – earlier this year.

People with this condition suffer immense pain as the endometrial tissue grows into the muscular wall of the womb, instead of just lining the uterus.

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