BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty stuns viewers in figure hugging orange dress with low cut neckline as she return to show | The Sun

BBC BREAKFAST's Naga Munchetty stunned viewers in a figure hugging orange dress as she returned to the show.

The presenter and journalist, 48, returned to the iconic red sofa after being away.

It comes as her co-host Charlie Stayt was forced to present yesterday's show with Nina Warhurst.

Naga was looking as radiant as ever this morning when she rejoined Charlie to bring viewers the latest news.

She left fans stunned as she donned as figure hugging orange dress that featured a zip to the front and a low cut neckline.

BBC Breakfast viewers were delighted to see Naga back and flooded social media with comments.

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One said: "Naga, great to see you back on BBC Breakfast this morning."

A second wrote: "So pleased to see you back on the red sofa with a smile @BBCBreakfast this morning. Hope you are feeling well."

"@TVNaga1 Hello, would you mind sharing where your orange dress is from please? Love it," said a third.

While a fourth commented: "Great to see you back on the bbc breakfast sofa Naga."

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Naga's return comes after she previously revealed an ongoing health battle she is facing.

She has gone public with her condition after her husband was forced to call an ambulance as a result of a severe flare-up.

Naga said of her heartbreaking ordeal: "The pain was so terrible I couldn't move, turn over, sit up. I screamed non-stop for 45 minutes."

The womb condition is known as adenomyosis and is thought to affect around one in every 10 women but is often undiagnosed.

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