BBC Breakfast fans panic that Naga Munchetty will quit after emotional goodbye post

BBC Breakfast star Naga Munchetty had her fans in a panic that she was leaving the show after bidding a co-star an emotional farewell.

The presenter – who is a regular presenter on the show alongside Charlie Stayt – waved goodbye to her co-star Adam Fleming.

The political correspondent announced he would be taking an absence from the breakfast show to focus on a new project.

However, as Naga penned an emotional goodbye to him – fans were left panicking that it was HER who was leaving BBC Breakfast.

"This is my last week at Westminster for a while because I’m going to do other stuff for a few months," Adam wrote to Twitter.

Alongside a photo of himself outside Downing Street, he added: "Thanks for all the constructive feedback of my political coverage."


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"A change is as good as a rest (they say). I don't like what they say," Naga responded in her emotional tribute to Adam.

"Still, I hope you enjoy the change. I'll miss you on BBC Breakfast."

Confused fans were quick to reply, begging Naga, 47, not to leave after mistaking her goodbye as her leaving the show.

"Oh no don’t say you are leaving Naga!" one wrote, as a second chimed wrote to Adam: "We will really miss you!"

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It comes after Naga was slammed for an "awful" live blunder she made – forgetting where Northern Irish town Bangor was situated.

Naga left viewers at home livid after introducing a segment about the town, which is soon to be updated to 'city' status.

The star made a blunder twice as she described the seaside town, as she stumbled over the words "Northern Ireland".

Listing off a number of towns that will soon be called cities, Naga said: "Bangor, in County Down and… in Northern Ireland."

As she went to welcome presenter Charlotte Gallagher live in Bangor, she made the error again as she failed to say the country.

"Now our correspondent Charlotte Gallagher is in Bangor in Northern, in," Naga stumbled over her words, looking confused.

While she may have thought she'd gotten away with the blunder, dozens of viewers flooded Twitter in fury over the mistake.

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"Naga doesn’t know what country Bangor’s in?" one viewer kicked off. "Get this awful double act off my daytime TV."

BBC Breakfast airs from 6am weekdays on BBC One

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