BBC Breakfast star Naga Munchetty was absent from her typical spot on the crimson couch on Thursday morning, with enterprise presenter Nina Warhurst standing in for the star.
The presenter normally fronts the present from Thursday to Saturday every week alongside co-host Charlie Stayt, however has been lacking from the programme in latest weeks.
Though she briefly returned to her place on Friday and Saturday after virtually three weeks away, she was nowhere to be seen on Thursday.
Nina Warhurst stepped in for Naga on Thursday morning
Whereas Nina is well-loved by the present’s viewers, who usually reward the reduction presenter for her relatable parenting posts on social media, they could not assist however discover Naga’s absence.
Taking to Twitter, one individual identified that the star had been seen on the programme “much less and fewer”, whereas one other questioned whether or not she had been “dropped”.
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It is doable that Naga is just busy with different work commitments this week as she was additionally lacking from the airwaves on Radio 5 Dwell.
Naga normally hosts the present alongside Charlie Stayt
The 48-year-old normally presents a two-hour programme from 11 am on the station from Monday to Wednesday however was changed by Adrian Chiles, who usually options on the present every week on Thursday and Friday.
Whereas Naga – who’s married to TV director James Haggar – is maybe greatest identified for retaining viewers updated with the most recent information headlines on Breakfast, and for her spectacular interviewing abilities, she can be identified for internet hosting BBC One documentary collection, Claimed and Shamed.
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The present, which exposes the rising downside of insurance coverage fraud and follows a crew of investigators as they search out suspected fraudsters, not too long ago returned with its 14th collection.
Asserting the information again in February, Naga shared a brand new poster for the collection on Instagram. She wrote within the caption: “We’re again! The brand new collection of Claimed & Shamed will probably be broadcasting weekdays from as we speak at 10.30am @bbcone and streaming on @bbciplayer X.”
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