BBC News: ‘That’s mean!’ Naga Munchetty scolds Charlie Stayt over cheeky swipe

Naga, 44, and Charlie, 57, spoke with BBC Breakfast weather presenter Matt Taylor, 43, at various intervals during the show today.

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Matt was reporting the weekend’s forecast from the infamous Confetti Farm in Worcestershire, surrounded by a number of colourful delphiniums.

After one particular weather update during the first hour of the BBC news programme this morning, Charlie thanked Matt before he and Naga were due to speak with business reporter Ben, 36.

Knowing the focus of Ben’s discussion would centre around the current Brexit news and how the UK’s deal with the European Union could affect the car manufacturing industry, Charlie made a jokey complaint about the upcoming segment.

“Matt, thank you very much,” Charlie said, before turning to the business reporter. “Doesn’t it look beautiful there and aren’t we going to come back to Earth with a bump with Ben’s story.”

Stunned by her co-host’s quip, Naga exclaimed: “That’s mean!” with Charlie awkwardly trying to explain himself as she and Ben chuckled away.

“Well, you know what I mean. It did look lovely there,” Charlie stated, before taking on a more serious tone and focusing on Ben’s report.

As the business news wrapped up, Charlie spoke about the digital car images which had appeared in front of the presenters whilst they were talking.

He asked: “Ben, just tell me, if all those cars all come across at the same time, is there going to be like a massive crash on the table here?”

With Naga in stitches at her co-host’s concerns about the digital images, Charlie continued: “I was really worried because they were coming in and I thought there was going to be some sort of an accident.”

Ben joked: “You were just worried about your coffee perched on the edge of the table, weren’t you?”

Later on in the programme, weather presenter Matt spoke with Charlie and Naga once again and the mood soon turned light-hearted once more.

Brining an end to the forecast in the middle of the Confetti Farm, Matt took a handful of the petals and threw them up in the air.

“It’s a bit sad to throw confetti at yourself by the way,” Matt told the presenters in the studio.

Naga joked: “No sadder than you usually are Matt. I wouldn’t worry,” before asking how tall the delphinium stalks were, taking a cheeky swipe at the forecasters height.

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