BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty promises to give co-star 'less grief' after spat about him 'walking off'
BBC Breakfast star Naga Munchetty has promised to give her co-star "less grief" after the pair had a spat about him "walking off".
Yesterday, Naga, 47, and Matt Taylor had a spat as he appeared to walk away from the weather set mid way through his morning report.
The weatherman carried out his weather update promising colder weather for the rest of the week early on Thursday.
At the end of the weather report, Naga could be heard saying: "Matt, thanks very much – we'll see you later!"
Her co-star Charlie Stayt tried to ask Matt, 45, a question, but before he could, Matt had walked off the screen and appeared to have left.
"No, he's still there! Look, he's just stood back to attention!" Naga joked about her co-star as he hurried to answer their questions.
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On Friday morning, the pair looked to have put the gaff behind them as Naga insisted she wouldn't give Matt "grief".
Naga said, announcing the weather report: ""I tell you what, here's someone else who's in their element. It's Matt, because he's reporting on some sunshine!"
"You'll get less grief from me today," she jokingly added.
Matt fired back before delivering the daily weather report: "Exactly, you're going to enjoy today, certainly Naga."
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It comes after fans of BBC Breakfast were left in a panic Naga was leaving after she bid her co-star an emotional farewell.
The presenter – who is a regular presenter on the show alongside Charlie Stayt – waved goodbye to her co-star Adam Fleming.
The political correspondent announced he would be taking an break from the breakfast show to focus on a new project.
However, as Naga penned an emotional goodbye to him – fans were left panicking that it was HER who was leaving BBC Breakfast.
"This is my last week at Westminster for a while because I’m going to do other stuff for a few months," Adam wrote on Twitter.
"A change is as good as a rest (they say). I don't like what they say," Naga responded in her emotional tribute to Adam.
"Still, I hope you enjoy the change. I'll miss you on BBC Breakfast."
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Confused fans were quick to reply, begging Naga not to leave after mistaking her goodbye as her leaving the show.
"Oh no don’t say you are leaving Naga!" one wrote, as a second chimed wrote to Adam: "We will really miss you!"
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