BBC Breakfast’s Naga Munchetty flooded with support from fans as she posts rare video from hospital | The Sun

BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty has received an outpouring of support from fans after she posted a video from the hospital.

The 47-year-old journalist hosts BBC Breakfast every week from Thursday to Sunday.

She also has her own show on BBC Radio 5 Live, and she often posts clips from there on her social media.

Taking to her Instagram, Naga shared a rare video of her recent trip to Oxford Donor centre, part of the John Radcliffe hospital, where she urged her fans to donate blood to "those who desperately need it".

She captioned the post: "I’m giving blood today and you’re coming with me! We're following the journey of blood donations on 5 Live today, from the arm of the donor to those most in need. And we'll hear the story of two-year-old Ava, whose life was saved through blood donation.

Listen live on BBC Sounds."

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In the clip, Naga addressed her 57.2k followers about blood donation and its "importance" – calling it the "gift of life".

The BBC presenter also showed fans the equipment used to extract the plasma.

It wasn't long before fans flooded Naga's comments section with positive messages, congratulating her for "highlighting" blood donation.

One wrote: "Well done for promoting this and succeeding in donation."

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Another added: "You are a inspirational role model, this is why I follow you."

A third commented: "Super respect for you Naga!"

A fourth penned: "Well done on highlighting the importance of blood donation!"

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