BBC Breakfast fans gasp 'wow!' at Naga Munchetty's striking dress – gushing 'even more beautiful than usual!' | The Sun

NAGA Munchetty left BBC Breakfast fans stunned in a striking dress on today's show.

The 48-year-old journalist was back on the BBC show today alongside Charlie Stayt to present the latest news from around the UK and beyond.

Despite the grey skies outside, Naga brought a spot of sunshine to the studio in a bright orange dress.

The garment featured a zip up front, capped sleeves and a V-neckline, with Naga adding her Poppy on the left side of her chest.

BBC Breakfast viewers were loving the look, and took to social media to compliment her.

One wrote: "Wow Naga that colour and dress makes you look even more beautiful if that’s possible you look a ray of sunshine for us all amongst difficult times. Thank you."

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Another added: "You look incredible this morning Naga – but you do every morning. Love that dress."

Yesterday, Naga was called out for a blunder she made while reporting on Storm Ciarán.

The storm has been raging across the country causing widespread damage, and gales of over 100mph have been recorded.

At one point Naga said: "It's 16 minutes past seven, Carol's taking a look at the weather.

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"Carol, so important today to kind of get a really good idea of how Storm Ciaron is affecting various parts particularly in the south of the country."

One viewer asked: "Why can't Naga pronounce it properly? #StormCiaran #BBCBreakfast"

A second laughed: "I so find it so funny that Naga Munchetty cannot pronounce Storm Ciaran correctly #BBCBreakfast"

But a third user fumed: "OMG Naga – it is CiaRAN not CiraRON! Gosh! #BBCBreakfast".

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.

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