BBC Breakfast broadcast a major format overhaul when Naga Munchetty, the host, left the studio to travel from Buckingham Palace to present the program live.
Naga presents the BBC flagship show on Thursdays and Saturdays. You can see her sitting on the red sofa with Charlie Stayt.
The BBC’s star left Salford on Thursday, June 2, and appeared instead live from Buckingham Palace in London for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee weekend.
Brits have been enjoying a four-day weekend to celebrate Her Majesty’s 70th year of service.
Naga was delighted to welcome viewers at the front of the iconic palace of the monarch as she started the show.
Her hand was behind her as she spoke: “Take a look at this view over Buckingham Palace today. The sun is bathing it in glory. I think we’ve got the Queen Victoria statue just behind me.
“We are in the middle of this Jubilee holiday. Breakfast will be a look ahead to all the events celebrating the Queen’s 70th year on the throne.”
The studio wasn’t left unattended either as Naga’s co-star Ben Thompson was there to anchor the rest of the show.
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