Naga Munchetty has been missing again from BBC Breakfast after a major presenter shakeup following The Queen's death.
Since news broke of Her Majesty's passing last week, news programmes have been scrambling to keep coverage rolling.
BBC Breakfast viewers have seen its presenters ditch the studio this week and front the flagship show outside key Royal locations.
Earlier this week Jon Kay was in Edinburgh and Sally Nugent was live from Buckingham Palace as crowds continue to pay tribute to the monarch.
However, Naga Munchetty has been noticeably absent – just days after viewers branded the journalist "rude".
The 47-year-old can usually be found presenting alongside Charlie Stayt from Thursdays to Saturdays.
But Charlie, 60, anchored the programme alone this morning live from Westminster.
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Naga has proved to be a polarising character since joining the red sofa – with the presenting previously admiting this.
In an interview, the journalist said: "You need to have a thicker skin.
"People either love you or hate you, but you need to not take it personally.”
The Sun TV has reached out to the BBC to ask when viewers will see Naga back presenting.
More to follow…
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