BBC Breakfast fans all have the same question as Naga Munchetty ditches the studio | The Sun

BBC Breakfast fans all had the same question today as Naga Munchetty ditched the studio.

Naga, 47, usually presents the show from the red sofa in Salford alongside Charlie Stayt every Thursday to Saturday.

However, today's BBC Breakfast saw Naga remain in London to present live from Downing Street following Liz Truss's resignation as Prime Minister.

Naga looked stunning in a bright pink winter coat and a colourful scarf as she stood in the dark street before the sun had even come up.

But viewers watching at home wondered why she needed to be there at all, considering the Prime Minister had already been outside Number 10 on Thursday to deliver her resignation speech.

Taking to Twitter, one wrote: "@BBCBreakfast why is @TVNaga01
in Downing Street? What a waste of time. Get Naga back in the warm!"

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Another added: "@BBCBreakfast why is #naga outside #no10? Nothing to see here!

A third shared: "#bbcbreakfast Why is Naga standing outside No. 10 Downing Street in the dark?

"Is she expecting Lizzy to pop out in her nightie to fetch the milk from the doorstep?"

Meanwhile a fellow BBC Breakfast viewer joked: "Why is Naga at Number 10? Surely we aren’t expecting another PM resignation today?"

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Naga took to Instagram at the start of her day showing how early she had arrived at Downing Street.

She shared a snap of Larry the Cat sitting outside Number 10 and captioned it: "Larry knows his place #larrythecat."

One of her followers replied: "Larry for PM, maybe should interview Larry for a response on this shambles of a government, you may get an answer to your question."

Another shared: "Larry for PM!! Can’t do any worse a job than Liz, and he’ll bring in mandatory napping."

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.

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