Carol Kirkwood tells Naga ‘how dare you’ after cheeky jibe
Carol Kirkwood and Naga Munchetty often share banter on BBC Breakfast, and during Friday’s episode, Naga couldn’t help but take a cheeky swipe at the meteorologist’s weather forecast. However, it didn’t take Carol long to quip back at her BBC co-star, warning her “how dare you”.
As Carol wrapped her weather report, she told viewers yesterday was the hottest day of the year.
“It was a lovely day yesterday in many parts though, so I can take a little lower today,” Naga said.
Carol replied: “You’ll be pleased to hear then on Sunday it will be dry with some sunshine for most of us.”
She added: “I know you like the sun, Naga.”
Taking a cheeky swipe at her co-star, Naga said: “Look at you bringing some good news for a change, Carol Kirkwood.”
Luckily, Carol found the jibe funny as she joked back: “How very dare you, Naga.”
Later on in the programme, sports presenter Mike Bushell also joked with Carol, telling Naga: “I better make my exit.”
After chatting with Naga and Roger about this weekend’s sporting events, Mike explained the weather was going to be good.
“A certain person will get upset if I start doing too much weather,” he told them.
“Well, you tread on her territory,” Naga joked as Mike said: “She’s not listening, is she?
“Oh dear she is, I better make my exit real quick.”
During Monday’s instalment of BBC Breakfast, Carol was branded a “hero” by her co-stars.
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The 60-year-old was joined by Ben Thompson and Sally Nugent in the BBC studio.
As Sally and Ben introduced a segment of “local heroes” and people who cheer others up when they likened Carol to the description.
“Forewarned is forearmed, which Carol is very good at helping us to be,” Ben said at the end of Carol’s weather report.
Sally nodded in agreement as she replied: “I think it’s appropriate that we’re going to go to this next story straight after we’ve been speaking to Carol.”
Sally added:” Because she brightens all of our lives.”
“She’s our local hero,” Ben said as his co-star echoed: “She is our local hero.
“And this morning, we want to talk to you about who in your day-to-day life just manages to brighten up your daily routine.
“One bus driver in East Yorkshire is helping everybody with that.”
BBC Breakfast airs weekdays at 6am on BBC One.
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