BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty takes cheeky swipe at Saturday Kitchen host Matt Tebbutt after he loses his voice | The Sun

BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty today took a cheeky swipe at Saturday Kitchen host Matt Tebbutt after he lost his voice.

The weekend news anchor, 48, regular teases the Saturday Kitchen host, 49, and this morning was no different.

Naga was today hosting BBC Breakfast alongside co-host Charlie Stayt.

She is well known for her cheeky quips, and today Matt was the butt of her joke.

During this morning's live link up with Saturday Kitchen, Naga said: "So Matt are you well?"

He then went onto explainhe wasn't feeling too well, and said: "I'm losing my voice a bit, but apart from that I'm ok."

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Not wanting to miss out a chance to poke fun, Naga then said: "Well you've got an accomplished broadcaster sitting next you who could always help you out!"

She was referring to Mastermind host Clive Myrie.

Matt took it well, and laughed along at her joke.

Meanwhile, on Thursday Naga came under fire from fans for her presenting skills.

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It came during a report on Storm Ciarán, with her strange pronunciation of the name of the storm.

Early in the show Naga said: "It's 16 minutes past seven, Carol's taking a look at the weather.

"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."

She made the seeming mistake at several points in the show, which lasts for more than three hours.

BBC Breakfast airs daily on BBC One and iPlayer.

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