BBCs Nina Warhurst cant wait to reunite with Jon Kay as she hosts solo again

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BBC Breakfast’s Nina Warhust returned to the red sofa once again this weekend, but the broadcaster confessed it hasn’t be as easy as it may seem to host the show solo while her co-host Jon Kay reports live from outside Westminster Palace.

During Sunday’s instalment of the morning news programme, Jon Kay ditched the comfortable Salford studio for the streets of London ahead of Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral on Monday (September 19).

Meanwhile, the 41-year-old held down the fort at the BBC studios as she discussed the latest international news to hit the headlines in the last 24 hours.

But it hasn’t always been plain sailing for the brunette beauty, after she confessed that she can’t wait to be reunited with her colleague in the studio as she continues to present the show solo for the fourth day in a row.

After interviewing a slew of mourners queuing up to pay their respects to Her Majesty at Westminster Palace, the newsreader threw the show back to his colleague in the studio based in the heart of Manchester.

And it appeared as though the hosts was grateful to be speaking to her colleague once again via video link despite the distance between them.

It was at this point that she confessed she couldn’t wait to reunite him in the studio again, as she gushed: “Hi Jon, looking forward to re-joining you soon.”

It comes ahead of Her Royal Highness’ state funeral which is set to take place on Monday (September 19) as hundreds of state leaders arrive in the UK for the historic occasion.

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