BBC Breakfasts Carol Kirkwood missing from show as presenter shake-ups continue

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    BBC Breakfast has aired another presenter shake-up as weather presenter Carol Kirkwood was replaced on the show.

    It comes as fans have been left wondering why main host Charlie Stayt has missing from his spot on the red sofa in recent days.

    But they were in for more presenter changes on Friday morning (July 28) as beloved forecaster Carol was missing from the studio.

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    Instead, it was meteorologist Sarah Keith-Lucas who appeared on the show to give viewers regular weather updates so that they know what to expect from the day.

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    Sarah occasionally steps in to give forecasts on BBC Breakfast, presumably when regulars like Carol and Matt Taylor aren't available.

    She is an experienced forecaster as she joined the Met Office back in 2007 and has been presenting forecasts for BBC Weather since 2008.

    Charlie normally hosts Breakfast on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays with Naga Munchetty, but he has been absent from the programme for the past few shows.

    And relief presenter Ben Thompson has been stepping to host the show with Naga so that she's not forced to anchor alone.

    Some fans have been questioning Charlie's absence, with one on Twitter asking: "What have you done with Charlie?? #BBCBreakfast."

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