Naga Munchetty takes cheeky swipe at BBC Breakfast star Charlie Stayt on air

BBC Breakfast star Naga Munchetty took a cheeky swipe at Charlie Stayt during the latest edition of the morning show.

The 47-year-old presenter was back on our screens on Thursday (June 9) to wake up the nation with the latest news headlines.

Charlie and Naga handed over to weather presenter Carol Kirkwood about the forecast for the day.

After Carol finished, Charlie shared his observation from the bulletin.

He said: "Thank you, Carol. It's good to know that weather is different in different places.

"We've got that worked out early doors today, thats good information.

Carol could be heard giggling but Naga didn't seem too impressed with the comment.

She said: "You wonder Carol, how long has he been doing this and he's only now figured that out."

Caorl replied: "Charlie is right. It is different in different places

Charlie responded: "Thank you, good point."

It comes after Naga recently rushed to support one of her colleagues who injured herself while riding an electric scooter.

Lara Lewington, star of BBC Click, was left with severe cuts running down the middle of her face and was forced to undergo stitches after her fall.

She took to Twitter to share the news of her injury, sharing a snap which showed her blonde hair framing her face and revealed the cuts bisecting her forehead and upper lip, with the skin around her nose reddened too.

Lara wrote alongside the photo: "As an extremely clumsy person, always wobbly on two wheels, the electric scooter ride was never going to be a good idea.

"After being cleaned up and stitched up, 6 days later I’m healing well, and grateful it wasn’t worse.

"Back on @BBCClick & @PackedLunchC4 this week, cuts ‘n all!"

Naga was one of the first in the replies section to support the injured star, as she wrote: "That looks so sore! Feel better. Heal soon. Sending love xx."

Other colleagues also hopped into the comments section to wish Lara well, with BBC News star Dave Molloy writing: "Jaysus Lara, hope you're healing well!

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"I've almost been knocked down by one four times now – generally dodgy things no matter which side you're on."

BBC World Radio host Bill Thompson added: "Oh that must have been awful for you – hope your recovery is smooth. I’ve used them a few times but felt risky… much prefer my bike."

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