BBC Breakfast viewers seriously distracted by Carol Kirkwood's low-cut dress | The Sun

BBC Breakfast viewers have been left seriously distracted by Carol Kirkwood's low-cut dress.

The 60-year-old always looks lovely on BBC Breakfast while sharing her weather reports, but viewers were particularly taken with today's outfit.

Carol wore a black tea dress which featured a seaside print and a deep V neckline.

Taking to Twitter, one viewer tweeted: "I’m absolutely in love with Carol’s dress this morning."

Another added: "Morning sexy lady. Carol you stunner" alongside kissing and love emojis.

Carol's weather report once again saw her discussing high temperatures and dry weather, but she admitted things could change quickly.

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She said that coming from a high temperature of 29 degrees Celsius in the south of England, "we could have some overnight showers just to start the day on Friday, which will clear quite quickly."

Some areas would see an "odd shower" while others would see temperatures up to 26 degrees.

She added: "So, Jon and Tina, I wasn't kidding when I said it's very changeable!"

Host Jon Kay replied: "You never… you never kid! It's always spot on."

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Earlier this month, Carol's co-star Naga Munchetty joked that the meteorologist had not proved popular with the general public in recent weeks, due to the record breaking heatwave around the country.

When Carol said there was a chance of showers, Naga said: "That's the thing though isn't it Carol, when you finally do get some splodges of rain on your graphic you'll be ever so popular."

Laughing off the host's comments, Carol bit back with: "I'm going to be ever so pleased as well."

She added: "If you take into account all the problems that farmers and growers have but I look at my own garden and it's like the Gobi desert, the soil is like sand, it's really powdery and lawn is brown."

Naga interrupted: "You'll work your magic Carol I know you will."

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.

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