BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty left stunned as guest jumps in between her and Charlie Stayt mid-interview | The Sun

BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty was left stunned after a guest jumped in between her and Charlie Stayt mid-interview.

Naga, 48, and Charlie, 61, were back on the BBC Breakfast sofa today in the Salford studio.

At one point in the show, they discussed the topic of adopting rescue dogs from other countries, such as Ukraine due to the ongoing war with Russia.

They were joined in the studio by Vicky Etherington from Apollo's Angels and adorable dog Hugo.

While Hugo sat patiently with Vicky for the first few minutes of the interview, he started to move towards Naga who fussed and stroked him as Vicky spoke.

As he climbed across Naga and headed for Charlie, he said: "There you go, he's going his own way."

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Hugo then plonked himself down in between the presenters much to their surprise.

As the interview finished, Naga joked: "This is Hugo, and he thinks he knows this is it."

As she looked down at him she asked: "Is that it? He's had enough now."

But Charlie said: "I think he's trying to work out which camera is which"before the presenters then pointed out which one to look at.

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BBC Breakfast viewers were loving Hugo, and one wrote: "The campaign starts right here to make Hugo a permanent co-host of @BBCBreakfast."

Another added: "A star is born. Move over @TVNaga01 and

A third tweeted: "He took over sat in the middle [crying with laughter emoji] wasn't gonna stand for the side lol his so cute x."

Meanwhile a fourth shared: "By the way Naga – watching the dog sitting between Charlie and yourself this morning was beyond cute!"

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.

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