BBC Breakfast’s Naga Munchetty, 43, was joined by Dan Walker, 41, this morning.

One of many key matters of the morning was Theresa Could’s Brexit deal, and the pair had been discussing the Prime Minister’s upcoming week.

Nonetheless, Naga ended up getting her phrases combined earlier than introducing the BBC’s Political Editor, Nina Warhurst.

“Massive week, as we had been saying, for the Prime Minister this week,” started Dan.

“And in the present day, she’s going to aim to win over enterprise leaders along with her plans for Brexit.”

“She’s going to be speaking at an business convention in London and Nina is there for us this morning,” mentioned Naga.

This was when issues began to go a bit awry for the BBC presenter.

“Solar not up simply but, however I believe Theresa Could will hoping that it’ll be a brighter week after fairly a uninteresting weekend,” added Naga.

Naga then tried to say a phrase that she discovered troublesome to pronounce.

“Fairly a ‘torder’…” she tried, and she or he gave the phrases a couple of goes.

“How can I get the phrases out?” requested Naga.

“Tortuous,” Dan mentioned helpfully.

“Tortuous! Thanks,” exclaimed Naga, who appeared a bit rattled by her gaffe.

“Come on, Naga!” teased Nina, who was reporting reside from Greenwich.

“No. I’ve acquired it. I’ve acquired it. Tortuous. Thanks,” Naga mentioned.

It did sound as if Naga simply wished the second to be over as quickly as potential.

In the meantime, Naga was the one doing the teasing on final Friday’s version of BBC Breakfast, as she teased her BBC colleague, Mike Bushell.

Naga was apparently in a playful temper when she snatched Mike’s notes proper earlier than the tried to pronounce certainly one of England’s newest additions to their rugby staff, Joe Cokanasiga.

“His full title in Fijian is Ratu Josateki Tuivanuavou Waqanivalu Cokanasiga,” mentioned Mike, who managed to pronounce his title with out the assistance of his notes.

“Which interprets in Fijian into chief Joe, king of the brand new place, to worshipped spears of the solar.

“However fortunately, as I say, his nickname is Massive Joe,” he completed.

BBC Breakfast airs weekdays at 6am on BBC One.

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