BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty promises to give co-star less grief
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BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty was left giggling as she promised to give her co-star "less grief".
The host was sitting alongside Charlie Stayt on the red sofa on Friday (May 27) as they discussed the issues of the day, with weatherman Matt Taylor on hand to provide an assessment of the forecast.
The conversation turned to a segment on one man who takes his cat outside with him as a support animal, with government restrictions questioning the use of support animals after a woman attempted to take a peacock onto a flight.
Ian, who is autistic, is in a legal battle with Sainsbury's after they asked him not to bring his service cat Chloe into their stores – supposedly for hygiene reasons.
In the video, Chloe could be seen riding the bus, going into supermarkets and even hanging out at the pub.
Afterwards, Naga remarked: "I've never known… I've had cats and I have cats, and I've known one cat who would have been happy to walk around. Because it's not a natural thing for cats to do, but that cat Chloe just seemed in her element!"
Things then turned to the weather, as Naga told Matt: "I tell you what, here's someone else who's in their element. It's Matt, because he's reporting on some sunshine!
"So you'll get less grief from me!" she joked.
Matt fired back: "Exactly! You're going to enjoy today, certainly Naga," before launching into a report on the upcoming sunshine.
In her personal life, Naga shares three cats with her husband James Haggar – Xena, Missy and Bella.
Naga once shared a snap of herself reclining on the sofa surrounded by all three of her adorable felines – one resting on her lap, one on the cushion beside her and another behind her head on the back of the couch.
A glass of wine could be seen next to her as Naga relaxed with her feet up, captioning her post: “Bliss.”
But she caused concern for some fans in February when she was forced to clarify that one of her kitties was simply asleep, and hadn’t passed away.
Showing her feline conked out on the sofa, one worried fan wrote: “Has she passed?” and Naga quickly responded: “No. Just chilling. Have edited post to make clear x.”
Her edited caption read: “Sleep peacefully (not passed, just chilling) #grateful.”
Naga married her ITV broadcast consultant hubby James in 2004, and the pair live together in Hertfordshire.
BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.
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