BBC Breakfast: Naga Munchetty jokes about Christmas tree
Naga Munchetty revealed that she recently welled up while sharing the details on social media. The BBC Breakfast presenter shared a candid snap which showed two beverages alongside a box of tissues.
The 45-year-old explained that she couldn’t fight back the tears as she settled down for some evening entertainment.
Naga revealed that she was lined up for an emotional film that admittedly had her sobbing.
In view of her 233,000 Twitter followers, she penned: “Tonight’s film. P.s. I Love You.”
She accompanied her tweet with a crying emoji, before admitting she was in tears.
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Naga then tweeted: “Glutton for a good sob… Now Stepmom,” as the presenter detailed the next film she had lined up to watch.
Fans inundated the BBC host with comments, as one person commented: “Same! Got so emotional watching it…..why?”
“Should have got a bigger tissue box. Hope you got no mascara on. Enjoy,” another person quipped.
While a third person added: “I always avoid that one along with Beaches, as I know it’s going to make me blub. Don’t get me started with A Walk to Remember either!”
Naga appeared to have enjoyed a relaxing Christmas at the home she shares with husband James Haggar and their cats; Xena, Missy and Bella.
On Christmas Day, she took to Instagram where she posted a sweet video of Bella snoozing, which she captioned: “Post food cuddle. Sending Love X.”
Naga, who tied the knot with James in 2007, has previously opened about her decision about not having children.
Earlier this year, the presenter revealed she had been branded “wicked” by some people in the past.
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Speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live, Naga said: “I remember when I told someone that I had decided I didn’t want children, someone told me I was wicked.
“Wicked against my mother for denying her grandchildren. It’s quite interesting, isn’t it, how people react?”
She added: “I’m past the age now where people expect me to have children. But people can be quite forthright: ‘Oh, you can’t have them?’
“I think people find it unusual that both in the relationship have agreed or decided or come to the conclusion that they don’t want children.”
The presenter went on to say that despite her decision, she is “really good with babies”.
“I think I don’t have that anxiety, so I can actually stop them crying,” Naga said.
“Which always surprises all of my friends with newborn babies because they’re always a little bit scared when I take them.”
BBC Breakfast airs daily on BBC One at 6am.
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