BBC Breakfast co-host Naga Munchetty sparked comments on social media on Wednesday after she shared a major news story with her followers.
The presenter took to Twitter to re-post a couple of tweets that confirmed that British-Iranian national Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was being released from Iran after six years.
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She was held in the country on charges of plotting to overthrow Iran's government since 2016, first in prison and later under house arrest.
Human rights organisation Amnesty International described the project manager as "arbitrarily detained". Last year, her husband Richard went on hunger strike to protest her detention.
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The couple share a seven-year-old daughter, Gabriella, who will no doubt be delighted to be reunited with her mum. Naga's followers shared their own happiness at the news, with one simply posting a prayer hands emoji.
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Others commented: "Wonderful news," "So happy for her! At last she'll be reunited with her family," and: "Thank God!"
Naga shared the good news on social media
Last month, Naga got fans talking for a very different reason after she shared a relaxed photo from her day off at home.
The sweet snapshot showed one of the 47-year-old's beloved cats stretched out on some furniture at the home she shares with her husband, James Haggar.
In the image, a polished wooden floor could be seen in the background on which sat a comfy armchair decorated with a stylish red cushion.
The star relaxing at home with her beloved cats
However, several of her fans were worried by the seemingly cosy scene and rushed to the comment section to share their concerns.
They were not sure about Naga's pet's wellbeing, with more than one asking: "Has she passed?" Naga quickly responded to reassure them, writing: "No. Just chilling. Have edited post to make clear x."
The 47-year-old's updated caption read: "Sleep peacefully. (Not passed, just chilling) #grateful X," and many other fans shared their love for the snap, with one kindly writing: "Looking completely content and relaxed, must love the owner."
Naga and her husband share three cats, who are named Xena, Missy and Bella.
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