BBC Breakfast star Naga Munchetty hailed sexy as she wows fans in sheer blouse

BBC Breakfast star Naga Munchetty was hailed "sexy" by fans as she sported a sheer blouse on Thursday (March 30).

The newsreader, 48, returned to her usual spot on the red sofa alongside co-host Charlie Stayt as the duo presented fans with the top headlines of the day.

Charlie, 60, looked incredibly smart in a navy suit but it was Naga who wowed fans with her outfit.

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The radio host opted for a sheer long-sleeve blouse which featured a high neckline and sat above a black vest top.

Oozing elegance, she teamed the stylish top with cropped patterned trousers and a pair of black heels.

Her outfit garnered plenty of attention from fans who headed straight to social media to shower her with compliments.

"Where did you get your blouse from today please, it’s beautiful," asked one viewer.

A second exclaimed: "Loving your blouse today! You look fab!" as another gushed: "Looking amazing today!"

"Nice top Naga. Looking sexy babe xxx," added a fourth.

While Naga had several fans swooning, others weren't so happy with the presenter as they criticised her for the way she conducted an interview.

Naga and Charlie were joined by Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer Rachel Reeves and discussed windfall tax with the politician.

But it became clear fans didn't agree with Naga's approach and took to social media to share their criticisms, with one accusing the TV star of "embarrassing herself".

One viewer wrote: "Well done Rachel Reeves fending off the usual rude interruptions from Naga Munchetty. A really poor interview when the only questions asked are about how long windfall taxes would be levied by Labour. #bbcbreakfast"

"Naga Hagger really embarrassing herself now….trying to tie Rachel Reeves in knots. Failing completely #BBCBreakfast," added a second.

Another shared: "Naga constantly trying to trip her interviewees up with ridiculous, aggressive questions. It’s so tedious. She’s just not intelligent enough to interview politicians".

Echoing these views, a fourth penned: "Not entirely sure that Naga Hagger gets this interviewing thing. I’m a bit old-fashioned in thinking that guest answers really should be longer than the interviewer’s question…"

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