‘Trying to enjoy life’ Naga Munchetty inundated with comments after sharing cryptic post

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Naga Munchetty yesterday took to Instagram to share a candid message. The BBC Breakfast presenter wished her 46,000 followers a “happy Sunday” as she revealed she had no major plans.

Taking to the picture-sharing site, the avid runner posted a fresh-faced snap after her morning run.

The 46-year-old appeared to be enjoying her time off from her BBC Radio 5Live and television duties.

Naga penned: “It’s a beautiful morning. Lie In [equals] Bliss. Run outside [equals] Feeling strong. Breakfast [equals] porridge heating up. Next [equals] Golf. Later [equals] No plan.

“Just trying to enjoy as much of this life as possible. Happy Sunday.”

The BBC Breakfast presenter also shared the same message on her Twitter page.

Fans of the TV anchor flocked to comment on her cryptic post, as many offered Naga words of encouragement.

One wrote: “Definitely try and enjoy your life as much as possible, no one ever knows what’s around the corner.”

Another commented: “Great attitude to have – life is too short #onelifeliveit.”

“Have a great day Naga with a well deserved rest and a good game of golf,” a third remarked.

Another said: “Live the life you want, live the life you love, LIVE this life now. Happy Sunday.”

“Difficult though with all that is going on in the world – and that you deal with through your work. Take care,” a fifth shared.

In recent days, Naga has taken to social media to express her concern over the crisis in Afghanistan.


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Earlier this month, the Taliban took control of the capital Kabul leaving thousands attempting to flee the country.

Last week, Afghanistan’s Minister of Education Rangina Hamidi said she was living in “fear” like every woman out there.

Speaking on BBC News, she explained: “Deep down in my heart, I keep telling myself that I haven’t done anything bad and hopefully I won’t have to pay the price for joining a Government position.

“I might face consequences that I have never even dreamed of, and I guess that’s the price that we pay for trying to make this world a little better than when we came to it.”

When asked if she was worried about getting a knock on the door, she replied: “Anything is possible. I’m actually sitting in the hallway of the house where there’s not too many windows nearby.”

Naga took the opportunity to share the clip in view of her 259,000 followers, on the micro-blogging site.

The BBC presenter expressed her concerns for Rangina by sharing a heartbroken emoji.

In response to this, one of her fans asked how Britons could make a difference to the situation.

Naga replied: “Now there’s a question.”

The presenter went on to retweet a video of chaotic scenes at Hamid Karzai International Airport.

The British government says the Afghan Citizens’ Resettlement Scheme will aim to allow 5,000 Afghans to settle in the UK, with the long-term goal set at 20,000.

BBC Breakfast airs daily on BBC One at 6am.


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