BBC Breakfast change as Naga Munchetty replacement forced to deny shes pregnant

BBC Breakfast change as Naga Munchetty replacement forced to deny shes pregnant

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    BBC Breakfast underwent a major shake-up this week, as Naga Munchetty was missing from the famous red sofa – with her replacement, Tina Daheley, forced to deny pregnancy rumours.

    The presenter typically hosts the show on Thursdays and Fridays alongside her co-star Charlie Stayt.

    Though Naga was present yesterday (November 24), Friday saw her replaced by Tina, who took up a place beside Charlie to helm the show.

    READ MORE: BBC Breakfast's Carol Kirkwood calls Naga Munchetty 'awful' as host fumes at name mix-up

    Business presenter Hannah Miller was also on hand to chat through the Black Friday sales, while weather presenter Matt Taylor took up his post to inform viewers what they can expect from the November chill.

    Fans were loving Tina's presenting style, as they took to Twitter for an outpouring of support for the host.

    One penned: "Enjoy the sofa Tina. Great job so far, good company with Charlie along side. Looking fabulous, enjoy the day."

    "Tina – you look fabulous!" someone else agreed.

    But it comes after Tina issued an announcement about people thinking she's expecting a second baby.

    She confirmed she is not pregnant, and explained that despite speculation online, her body simply didn't "snap back" from having her first child.

    Writing on Instagram on Thursday evening, Tina explained: "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!!!"

    In a post filled with body positivity, 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."

    Sharing a snap of herself looking incredible in an ankle-length black dress, Tina explained she "loved" the snap "apart from my body", explaining that her "instinct was to crop it".

    Tina proudly declared: "But I changed my mind so here it is. This is ALL OF ME, post C-section, 18 months on. (See you @bbcbreakfast sofa from 6 tomorrow)."

    Her fans quickly rushed to support her, with one penning: "My goodness what an incredible & beautiful body!! Love this picture and your words so much!"

    Someone else agreed: "Your body is a machine and the greatest one you’ll ever own, love your gratitude."

    "You were beautiful before you were beautiful when you were pregnant and you’re beautiful now!" a third fan echoed.

    "Incredibly smart talented funny stunning woman all the rest is noise nonsense and yet it’s so exhausting. More power to you goddess."

    BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.


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