Naga Munchetty unveils gruesome running injuries as she is ‘falling apart’
BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty left fans concerned after revealing her gruesome running injuries during a segment on Morning Live.
The TV personality appeared on the programme to discuss her show Claimed and Shamed, which tackles insurance fraud and aims to expose the fraudsters.
But the conversation soon turned to running, with hosts Gethin Jones and Sara Cox enquiring about her progress so far.
Gethin prompted: "How is everything else? How's the running going, because I know you've been a little bit injured recently!"
Naga confessed: "I love running! I've got Achilles tendonitis, I've dislocated my knee. There's a couple of injuries."
And Gethin couldn't resist chiming in: "You're falling apart, Naga!"
One of Naga's daily 'sweaty pics' was then displayed on screen, showing the TV presenter looking puffed out but cheerful as she snapped a quick selfie on her phone.
Wearing a bright pink tank top and wireless headphones to provide a beat to run to, Naga's hair was ruffled in the sweet snap and sweat visible on her brow from the exertion.
She giggled: "Daily sweaty picture. I just think you've got to work hard if you're going to feel the benefits if you can, if you're lucky enough."
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