BBC Breakfast’s Charlie Stayt told off as he accuses co-star of fleeing set

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BBC Breakfast host Charlie Stayt got a telling off from his co-star Naga Munchetty after he accused weather presenter Matt Taylor of leaving the set mid-report.

On Thursday (May 26), Matt was busy reading the weather after the news of Carol Kirkwood's engagement was announced live on the programme earlier this week.

Promising colder weather, Matt didn't have much good news to bring viewers – and Charlie was determined to press him further.

Naga cheerily said: "Matt, thanks very much – we'll see you later!" as Charlie chipped in: "If you heard me mumbling there, I was asking about the Jubilee weekend weather, but Matt's gone now, has he?" as he disappeared from the screen.

Naga was the first to correct Charlie as she insisted: "No, he's still there! Look, he's just stood back to attention!"

Realising his error, Charlie agreed: "Oh, he's still there! There we are."

He then asked: "Do we know yet, Matt, about the Jubilee weekend weather?" as Matt apologetically said: "Not quite yet. Next week's looking a little bit difficult. It could go one way or another, but I'll keep you updated of course in the coming days."

Naga joked: "Can you push it to the better way?"

As Matt told her: "I will do my best, as I always will."

Reflecting on their co-star's jovial nature, Naga told Charlie: "Ah, Matt always delivers."

Charlie then said: "He always tries," as Naga echoed him.

Shortly after, Naga and Charlie were left in hysterics during a link with Morning Live, as Gethin Jones pronounced 'Cha Cha Cha' the "posh" way.

Charlie giggled: "Very posh! Char Char Char or Cha Cha Cha?"

Gethin joked: "Well, there you go. I always call it the Craig Revel Horwood way, the Char Char Char darling."

Naga said: "Oh, so you're channelling Craig? That's what you were doing?"

"Yes Naga, I was channelling Craig," Gethin deadpanned as the trio collapsed into peals of laughter.

It comes after Naga was left devastated that one of her Breakfast co-stars is leaving the programme for other pursuits.

Political correspondent Adam Fleming announced he's taking a break, tweeting: "This is my last week at Westminster for a while because I’m going to do other stuff for a few months including #BBCNewscast. Thanks for all the constructive feedback of my political coverage on this platform."

He accompanied the announcement with a snap of himself clutching a BBC News umbrella outside Downing Street, surrounded by cameras and recording equipment.

And Naga was quick to respond to the news, emotionally penning: "A change is as good as a rest (they say). I don't like what they say….

"Still, I hope you enjoy the change. I'll miss you on @BBCBreakfast x."

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.

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