BBC Breakfast’s Naga Munchetty replaced in huge shake-up as loved star steps in
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BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty was noticeably missing from the signature red sofa during the latest episode of the beloved morning show.
On Saturday morning (May 27), Charlie Stayt woke up the nation alongside his co-host Rachel Burden as they discussed the main headlines in the news.
Naga and Charlie usually present the morning the long-running programme together from Thursday to Saturday each week, taking over from Sally Nugent and Jon Kay from Monday to Wednesday.
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However, the blonde bombshell stepped in for the 48-year-old as they shared their thoughts on some of the biggest stories dominating the papers this morning.
The journalist is no stranger to BBC viewers as she is usually seen hosting the show on Sunday beside her co-host Ben Thompson.
But this is not the only presenter shake-up the show has faced this week, after fans spotted Sally Nugent was missing from the show on Wednesday (May 24) when she was replaced by Nina Warhurst.
Elsewhere, Naga recently said she had been left “screaming in pain” following her ongoing battle with a serious health condition.
The broadcaster has been open about suffering with adenomyosis, which she has previously told fans leaves her in agony all of the time.
The condition causes the lining of the womb to bury into the muscular wall of the womb, causing serious pain.
Speaking on her BBC Radio 5 Live show, she said: “Right now, as I sit here talking to you, I am in pain, constant, nagging pain in my uterus, around my pelvis.”
Naga also revealed that her husband was forced to call an ambulance in the middle of the night recently when she was left in agony and said she had screamed for 45 minutes “non-stop.”
The TV star was told she had the condition eight months ago – although doctors explained her uterus would need to be removed and examined to get that confirmed.
She said she was doubled over in pain and vomiting when she first started her period at 16, which left her with a 10-day period every three weeks.
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Naga went on to confess when it was at its worst, she would pass out and be sick each time she had a period and often felt like she had been “stabbed in the abdomen.”
The TV presenter: “I felt weak but also angry. Every time I told a doctor about it, I was told I was just unlucky.”
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