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Naga Munchetty shares candid selfie after revealing morning routine

The BBC Breakfast star is a fitness fan

Gemma Strong

Naga Munchetty is one energetic lady! The 45-year-old fronts BBC Breakfast from 6am – and while she was off-air on Tuesday, she still managed to fit in a jog before work.

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Naga took to Instagram with a candid snapshot taken moments after completing a 4km run. She wrote: "Morning! Snuck in a quick run before work. Hope your day is a good one Xx."

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"You look stunning!" one fan told the TV star, while another wrote: "The eyes!! The cheekbones!!"

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Naga's love of sport is no secret. The presenter partakes in a number of activities – from running, to golf and squash. But it hasn't always gone to plan.

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Naga shared a stunning selfie after completing her run

Earlier this year she spoke about the moment husband James Haggar nearly broke her jaw.

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Appearing on the Her Spirit Podcast in May, Naga revealed: "I have numerous cuts and I have a very bad scar from where my husband slammed a squash racket into my face and we ended up in A&E.

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The star with her husband James Haggar

"With James and I, it's always competitive and I'm one of those annoying players – I'm always in the way. So I was in the way and I shouted 'obstruction' because I could see, you know, he's a strong man, and I'm not going to take all the blame for this – it's been years – he hit me with the forehand and it went 'smash' (into my face).

"So I've got this scar, and it's been glued. I thought he'd broken my jaw."

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Naga and James have been married since 2004, and she previously shared the secret to their happy marriage, crediting some advice they received from a family member at their wedding.

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Naga pictured on her 2004 wedding day

"When James and I got married almost 12 years ago, one of his aunts said to us: the best bit of advice I can give you is to simply be kind to one another. She was right," Naga told The Guardian in 2016.

Of their shared sporting passion, she added: "James and I are both golfers, and I think it's great for our relationship.”

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