Naga Munchetty issues stern warning to BBC Breakfast co-star after catty swipe at Carol Kirkwood | The Sun

NAGA Munchetty issued a stern warning to a BBC Breakfast co-star after a catty swipe at Carol Kirkwood.

Naga, 47, was back on the BBC Breakfast sofa with Charlie Stayt for the first time this week.

They were joined throughout the morning by sports correspondent Mike Bushell.

At the end of one of Mike's segments, they started to move on to todays weather, with Charlie asking Mike if it had been wet when he'd arrived at the studio this morning.

Mike pulled a face and said it had been, before Naga said: "You'd hope that Carol would cheer us up, wouldn't you?"

But Mike swiped: "I don't hold out much hope looking at her."

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Naga replied: "Oh, oh!" as Carol, 60, appeared on screen, laughing before feigning mock outrage at Mike's comment.

Naga added: "I don't know if that came out as he meant," as Mike also tried to explain himself saying: "The skies behind you."

As Carol stood in front of a picture of a grey sky, she laughed as Naga warned Mike: "You need to be careful Mike, the temper will come out there."

Carol then added: "That's called backpedaling furiously, Mike."

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She then got on with her forecast and what BBC Breakfast viewers could expect over the next 24 hours.

Meanwhile, viewers were full of praise for both Naga and Carol's dresses today.

While Naga wore a wrap front dress in a beautiful shade of blue, Carol opted for a pretty pink and black leaf print garment.

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.

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