BBC Breakfast host Naga Munchetty has spoken candidly about a previous relationship throughout her new radio show. The 45-year-old presenter, who’s now fortunately married to broadcast guide James Haggar, stated an ex companion took issues very personally when it affected his birthday.
Traditionally Christmas decorations get taken down on the twelfth day after Christmas, which falls on January 6.
Discussing the date adopted by many, Naga recalled how her ex, who celebrated his birthday on that day, would get aggravated if his birthday plans have been disrupted by the tradition.
She stated he took it “very personally”, whereas talking on her BBC Radio 5 reside mid-morning programme.
During her first week on the helm of her new show, Naga forgot the date after which gave a purpose as to why January 6 is often caught in her head.
“It’s the fifth… sixth of January,” the radio star stated, correcting herself earlier than including: “I can’t even get the date proper.”
“Today is the day the decorations come down,” she told listeners.
“The solely purpose I bear in mind that is, I used to have a companion who’s birthday was on the sixth January.”
“He took it very personally that the decorations got here down on his birthday,” she went on to elucidate.
“It’s not all about him, I saved telling him,” Naga identified.
Earlier in the radio show, the TV and radio star held her arms as much as a small mistake that she had repeatedly been made.
Radio visitors had stepped in to right her on quite a few events.
The presenter saved saying “good morning” as an alternative of “good afternoon,” when her radio show aired after noon.
Chastising herself, Naga told listeners she was “so aggravated” at herself for slipping up time and again.
Speaking about the matter in extra depth she shared a montage of her making the identical mistake, including: “So that’s my factor.”
She went on to say “And I’ll additionally say thanks to Richard Marsden on Twitter as a result of at about 17 minutes to 12, he messaged me to say, ‘Naga it’s the afternoon in 17 minutes’.
“I even thought I might need to place a giant piece of paper with ‘good afternoon’ plastered on it, that may be introduced out at 12 O’clock.
“Look I’m going to get it fallacious once in a while, clearly.
“I’m solely human. But I’m nonetheless having fun with it right here,” she added.
Naga hosts her Radio 5 Live programme on Monday to Wednesdays, whereas persevering with to host BBC Breakfast Thursday to Saturdays.
The radio show was beforehand offered by Emma Barnett.