BBC Breakfast’s Naga Munchetty left with ‘huge hole in her heart and home’ as she shares devastating loss with fans

BBC Breakfast star Naga Munchetty has revealed the sad news that her beloved cat Missy has passed away.

The TV host shared her heartbreak in a touching tribute to her pet.


Naga Munchetty shared the sad news that her cat Missy has passed awayCredit: BBC
The BBC Breakfast star shared a touching tribute to her pet


The BBC Breakfast star shared a touching tribute to her petCredit: Instagram

Naga, 47, posted a series of sweet snaps alongside Missy as she updated fans on the devastating news.

“We said goodbye to our sweet sweet girl Missy yesterday,” Naga tweeted.

“She may have been small, but she was huge in stature.

“The sweetest cat I’ve ever loved. She left a huge hole in our hearts and home.”

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Naga’s fans were heartbroken for the star and quickly flooded the comment section with statements of support.

One wrote: “Sorry to hear that Naga. What a beauty she was. Lots of love.”

Another said: “I’m sorry to hear this. It is the saddest time.”

The BBC anchor regularly shared photos of her beloved cat on social media.

Earlier this year, she posted a photo of the cat napping on her lap.

The sad announcement comes after Naga revealed she “has suffered a tremendous loss” when she paid tribute to a co-star.

She joined the BBC in 2008 and has made many friends there during that time.

But Naga was saddened to see colleague Secunder Kermani leave, after revealing that he was giving up his role as Pakistan and Afghanistan correspondent for a new job at Channel 4.

He tweeted: “I’m happy to say that I’ll be joining @Channel4News later this year as a foreign affairs correspondent from London… Looking forward to working with a great team on stories around the world.”

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While Naga was quick to congratulate him on the new job, she admitted she was sad to see him leave the BBC.

She tweeted: “Congratulations! A huge loss for us and the huge gain of C4 x”.

BBC Breakfast is broadcast daily from 6am on BBC One.

Naga shared a lot of pictures with the cute cat


Naga shared a lot of pictures with the cute catCredit: Instagram
Naga said Missy was 'maybe small, but huge in stature'


Naga said Missy was ‘maybe small, but huge in stature’Credit: Instagram

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