Naga Munchetty shows off her fun side in leggy snaps after subtle dig following backlash
We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights.
BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty, 45, shared a picture of herself alongside friends dressed in zebra-print attire, as they got stuck into a game of golf today. The host and her pals beamed for the camera while standing alongside a zebra statue.
You look cute Naga, lovely legs
In the snap, Naga flashed her legs in a pair of shorts and a striped top, and completed her look with matching face paint and novelty ears.
The presenter captioned the post: “Lady Captain’s day. Guess the theme! #fungolf @batchworthparkgolf.”
Many of Naga’s 33,000 followers flocked to her post to comment.
One user wrote: “You look cute Naga lovely legs.”
A second commented: “Haha love it,” while a third penned: “Love the ears.”
Naga also shared the snap on her Twitter page, in view of her 225,000 followers.
One fan challenged the presenter to wear the outfit on BBC Breakfast while others wished her luck in the game.
Naga has spoken out about her love for golf several times in the past.
Last month, she responded to a fan who asked her which she enjoyed more; playing golf or fronting BBC Breakfast.
The Twitter user wrote: “@TVNaga01…Here’s a question for you Naga. Are you happiest fronting the BBC Breakfast or playing golf? (Careful answer required).”
The self-confessed “slightly obsessed golfer” replied telling the fan she couldn’t compare the two.
As well as golfing, Naga also stays active by running in her spare time.
Phillip Schofield’s new solo project savagely slammed by reviewers [REACTION]
Piers Morgan clashes with Jedward over JK Rowling book [FEUD]
Kate Garraway speaks out after GMB comment about sick husband Derek [ADMISSION]
The presenter has been working for the BBC since 2008.
In recent weeks, she has come under fire for hosting webinars for Natwest one month after she was reportedly told off for fronting a paid corporate video for Aston Martin.
Following this, she was pictured outside the BBC studios in Salford chatting with her co-star Charlie Stayt, as she sported a sweatshirt which read: “I’m not for everyone”.
BBC chiefs reminded Naga about her journalistic impartiality after she appeared in the promotional video.
A BBC spokesperson told Express.co.uk: “Since this event, Naga has been reminded of the risk of conflict of interest when undergoing external engagements.
“We are developing clearer direction in this area as part of our wider work on impartiality and will have more to say on that in due course.”
Meanwhile, BBC’s new director general Tim Davie recently shared his plans for a crackdown on impartiality rules.
He said in a speech: “If you want to be an opinionated columnist or a partisan campaigner on social media then that is a valid choice, but you should not be working at the BBC.”
Source: Read Full Article