BBC Breakfast's Jon Kay missing from show AGAIN – as fans all say the same thing | The Sun

BBC BREAKFAST star Jon Kay was missing from the sofa again this morning as fans all said the same thing.

The beloved presenter, 53, typically hosts the flagship programme alongside Sally Nugent, 51.

However, as fans tuned in for their news fix Jon was noticeably absent once again.

Viewers instead woke up to Sally hosting the show with Beeb presenter Ben Thompson.

Jon previously announced he was heading away on holiday with his family as he takes two weeks annual leave.

In a post on social media, he told his fans: "Enjoying some extra sleep and long planned annual leave with the family.

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"So no need to set my alarm clock tomorrow.

"Back on the red sofa with my BBC Breakfast family in Salford in two weeks' time."

BBC Breakfast fans were missing the journalist as many took to social media to wish him a nice holiday.

One said: "See you back soon Jon. Enjoy your break."

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A second wrote: "Have a gorgeous well earned holiday with your family. Me and my family love your reporting style. Thank you."

"Enjoy your well earned break. Best wishes from Guernsey," said a third.

While a fourth commented: "Have a good time with your family."

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One and iPlayer.

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