‘We’ll all miss you’ Naga Munchetty shares BBC Breakfast co-star’s goodbye message to her

Naga Munchetty reveals her 'traumatic' coil insertion experience

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BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty has been a regular on the red sofa since 2010. However, she recently revealed one of her co-stars sent her a worrying message about how they’ll “miss her” following her holiday decision.

Naga opened up to Alan Carr all about this in his beloved podcast Life’s A Beach.

She explained she’d been left worried after a weather forecast impacted her holiday plans.

This was because she was heading off on a sailing trip and needed to know what to expect with the weather.

As a result, she sent out a plea to weather presenter Matt Taylor.

Naga said: “I saw Matt Taylor and he was doing his weather forecast two days before I was about to go – 85 miles-per-hour winds in the Isle of Wight.”

Alan then reacted in horror at the news, wondering what she did next.

“I’m presenting with Charlie [Stayt] and he’s looking at me just grinning because he’d seen it,” Naga continued.

“So I message Matt and say, ‘Is it really going to be that gusty and that windy? I’m going sailing.’

“And Matt’s simple message to me was, ‘We will all miss you x.’”

Naga laughed about the moment with Alan before admitting how it all turned out okay.

She continued: “It was fine, it was an adventure!”

The presenter was a guest on the show, speaking about some of her travel highs and lows.

Elsewhere, the broadcaster has been opening up about her own health issues on her radio show.

Presenting on BBC Radio 5 Live show, she explained how she was left “screaming” during a coil fitting.

She made the admission when discussing how women’s health and pain is treated.

Naga recalled how the procedure left her screaming so loud, it could be heard in the waiting room and her husband tried to come and see her.

The 46-year-old said: “I won’t go into all the details, but my screams were so loud that my husband tried to find out what room I was in to make it stop.

“He said that those in the waiting room hearing my screams looked horrified.

“The nurse accompanying the doctor had tears in her eyes.”

Naga also revealed she fainted when she had the contraceptive removed a year later.

You can listen to Alan Carr’s full podcast here.

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