Inside BBC Breakfast star Naga Munchetty’s garden after leaving London
BBC Breakfast star Naga Munchetty sometimes shows his fans glimpses of his life away from the cameras.
When she’s not on the morning show set, the host stays at her suburban home, which she frequently shows off on social media.
A regular BBC Breakfast presenter, Naga Munchetty has made a name for herself despite her misadventures behind the cameras.
The Morning Host recently admitted she was trying to ‘control her temper’ after ‘two really bad tantrums’ and was not one to back down from trolls.
But after grappling with the finer points of life in the spotlight, Naga returns to her home in Hertfordshire, where she lives with her broadcast consultant husband, James Haggar, and their pet cats.
The move was a big change for Naga, who hails from Streatham in London.
“I was born and raised in south London so living in Hertfordshire is a big change and I love it,” she told the Daily Mail in 2016.
“I can look out the window and see nothing but fields and I feel very safe here. I wanted a dog but it wouldn’t fit our lifestyle so we got the cats and they are our pride and our joy.”
Speaking about her life away from the hustle and bustle of London, she said: ‘I moved into this house six years ago with my husband James Haggar, a TV director.
“And if I’m not working, I’ll be curled up on this couch most nights watching TV and petting my two Siamese cats, Kinky and Ronnie.”
Since then, Naga has been showcasing her jade green lawn as she is visibly proud of her verdant garden where she chooses to spend time working out and bathing in the sun.
During lockdown, in April 2020, the 45-year-old presenter took on a jumping challenge in that same garden and showed off a large patio where she exercises.
Naga also revealed that she painted her fence a bright shade of green to match the grass in her garden, much like the couple’s shed in the corner.
A few trees and plants have also been planted along the edge of the lawn.
As her followers may have already figured out, Naga has access to her garden via a set of double doors from her living room.
The room itself, which was unveiled in a photo shoot, has sophisticated décor made of wooden floors and white walls and furniture includes two cream leather sofas, a matching cream leather armchair and a glass coffee table with a marble base.
BBC Breakfast airs from 6am on BBC One.