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BBC Breakfast host Naga Munchetty's healthy homemade meal is lockdown goals

This looks delicious!

Sharnaz Shahid

Naga Munchetty has left her followers impressed with her choice of dinner - a homemade salad made up of halloumi, figs and beetroot.

Taking to her Instagram page on Tuesday, the BBC Breakfast host - who recently started her new role on Radio 5 Live - revealed she was pleased with her efforts as she doesn't tend to make healthy meals when cooking for herself.

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Alongside the snap, she wrote: "Very rarely do I bother putting together a meal that is more than functional when eating alone. I find it difficult to make the effort for just me."

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The 45-year-old added: "Very glad I treated myself this evening. #lucky X. #halloumi #bakedfigs #beetroot #yoghurt #springonion #salad."

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The BBC star shared this snap of her healthy meal

Her fans were quick to applaud, with one writing: "Way to go, Naga!" Another remarked: "That looks lovely, might try it soon." A third post read: "That looks blooming lovely."

Naga, who lives in Hertfordshire with her husband and TV director James Haggar, leads a healthy lifestyle. She frequently shares photos from her impressive exercise regime – including her 5k runs and golf outings.

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Naga often shares post-run selfies with fans

Her sporting passion is something she shares with her husband James. The couple, who married in 2007, often go running and take part in marathons - although, Naga likes to keep her distance!

Speaking to fellow BBC host Louise Minchin and triathlon presenter Annie Emmerson on their podcast Her Spirit, Naga shared: "When I run, I have my headphones in, brilliant music, and I don't run side by side, I run in front because I want to be on my own. So even though I'm with him, and he's there, we run separately because it's my time."

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