Naga Munchetty was back on the BBC Breakfast sofa today alongside co-host Charlie Stayt. However, as the pair discussed today’s headlines and top news stories, BBC viewers couldn’t help but be distracted by Naga’s appearance with fans of the presenter taking to Twitter to compliment the host on her choice of outfit for the show.
Charlie and Naga were both dressed smartly on today’s show but it was Naga’s appearance that garnered attention.
Naga wore a full-length white dress and paired it with dark pink court shoes while Charlie wore his usual navy suit with a green tie.
Naga’s collared dress was styled as a short-sleeved shirt on top, nipping in at the waist with a lace-style crochet skirt.
BBC Breakfast viewers were fascinated by her dress and took to Twitter to praise Naga’s fashion sense.
Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson said: “I think I was on record many weeks ago saying I had concerns about people gathering outside the football club, that said, it didn’t matter whether it was Liverpool or any other football club that won the Premier League during this time, there would’ve been those scenes outside any ground.
“I think we have to accept it’s not just linked to Liverpool, but of course they won the league.
“I think its frustrating people didn’t listen to the fans group, the club, manager and the players and individuals like myself to stay away.
“But understandably it was going to happen because of the euphoria, the excitement the passion for Liverpool football club amongst the fans was so much so they felt they wanted to celebrate and they didn’t just celebrate around Anfield, there was horns going, fireworks, right across the city last night,” he continued.
The BBC host replied: “It’s interesting, I’m listening carefully to what you say there, you say it’s ‘understandable’ and I appreciate it, it’s a wonderful moment for the city and you are in a position of wanting to represent those people and embrace those celebrations.
“But it’s not okay to say it’s understandable, is it? There is a bigger thing happening right now – we are still in the midst of a pandemic and there is a danger, that kind of phraseology, ‘It’s understandable that people want to go to the beach, it’s understandable people want to celebrate.'”
“Okay, well I apologise. The word understandable is not appropriate then, I accept that,” the Mayor replied.
BBC Breakfast airs daily on BBC One at 6am.
Published at Sat, 27 Jun 2020 07:56:00 +0000