BBC Breakfast in another presenter shake-up as Naga Munchetty missing from show | The Sun

BBC Breakfast had ANOTHER presenter shake-up today after Naga Munchetty was missing from the show.

Naga, 47, usually hosts BBC Breakfast alongside Charlie Stayt from Thursday each week, but today she was nowhere to be seen.

Instead, Charlie was joined by Tina Daheley, who looked great in a black blouse and berry coloured trousers.

Viewers were quick to praise Tina, with one writing on Twitter: "Enjoy the sofa Tina. Great job so far, good company with Charlie along side. Looking fabulous, enjoy the day."

Another added: "Tina – you look fabulous!"

Tina will no doubt appreciate the compliments, considering she had to clarify that she wasn't pregnant again earlier this week.

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The 41-year-old already has a daughter with her fiance Kane William-Smith but was made aware of speculation online that she was expecting again.

Taking to her Instagram, she wrote: "When presenting BBC Breakfast a few months ago I was alerted (as happens in the online world) to the fact that people were speculating about whether or not I was pregnant again.

"The answer is no I am not expecting a second child! But I am someone who had a baby, and whose body did not 'snap back' immediately.

"In fact it may never 'snap back' and be the same as it was before childbirth but that’s also normal!!!"

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Tina continued: "I would like to have the body I had before and have recently restarted my relationship with fitness so we’ll see how it goes – but if this is the cost for having a little piece of my heart toddling around the world every day, I’d do it a thousand times over.

"And even though I work in an industry where it may count against me."

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.

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