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Naga Munchetty: BBC star shuts down ‘falling out’ rumours with co-host ‘I won’t allow it’

BBC Breakfast favourite Naga Munchetty, 45, appears beside her co-host Charlie Stayt, 58, on Thursdays and Fridays and fans can’t get enough of their comedic humour on the red sofa. But one fan spotted some tension between the pair yesterday morning and had to ask the question.

During the show, the viewer asked Naga what was going on between the pair as they seemed a little off with each other.

“@TVNaga01 Hey Naga what’s going on with You and Charlie this am?” they questioned.

“Come on we can’t have our two fav people falling out.”(sic)

It wasn’t long before Naga came back, wanting to clear up any rumours claiming she and Charlie had fallen out.

“Ha – no chance of falling out – I won’t allow it,” she laughed off the claims.

But she warned: “But we will always tease each other.”

Viewers were happy to hear the pair were still on good terms despite whatever signals they might have been giving off yesterday morning.

But teasing is not off the cards, which is why fans love them in the first place.

Not so long ago, the two did have a little clash on-air just half an hour into the show.

While taking a look at the mornings headlines, an image of some owls left Naga rather confused.

But while she was having the picture explained to her by a fan online, Charlie seemed totally uninterested.

And that really riled his co-star’s feathers as she involved weatherman Matt Taylor in the awkward spat.

“I was confused about owls when I was looking at the papers,” Naga explained as she held up a newspaper article.

“I was confused about this owl, a picture from the Scottish Owl centre, and that owl is a Snowy Owl chick and it says that owl is opening it’s mouth wide to cool down.

“Charlie, the joy of being on this programme and having viewers that engage with us is that Sian has got in touch with me to tell me what it’s called.”

She went on to read the viewer’s insight, but Charlie seemed away with the fairies.

As she turned to her BBC colleague to see what he thought about the remark, she noticed he wasn’t as excited as she was.

“Are you not interested?” she sighed.

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He replied: “No it’s just that I kind of did know that. I didn’t know the first, what was the first thing that you said?”

Naga hit back: “Well if you don’t know what it was called then you don’t know it, do you?”

The pair then turned their attention to Matt to get his opinion.

Charlie asked: “Matt did you know birds open their mouths to stay cool?”

“Did you know it was called gular fluttering and did you know that they can’t sweat to cool off?” Naga jumped in.

“Did you know this Matt? Do you think this is common knowledge Matt?”

The meteorologist looked rather awkward as he replied: “I knew none of this. Every day is a learning day for me, there you go.

“To me, that is just yawning like most mornings I think but it’s certainly a very calming image, Naga and Charlie.”

To avoid any more burning questions about owls, he jumped straight into the weather forecast as he swiftly moved on from the disagreement.

BBC Breakfast airs weekdays at 6am on BBC One.


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