Naga Munchetty: BBC Breakfast star talks ‘losing’ as she shares rare insight with husband

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BBC Breakfast host Naga Munchetty tied the knot with her husband James Hagger in 2007. The small-screen rarely shares snaps of the married couple together but recently made an exception on her day off.

The 45-year-old headed to one of her favourite places – the golf course – along with James and two of the couple’s friends which included former rugby star Sir Clive Woodward yesterday.

Naga took a selfie as they all beamed at the camera following their socially-distanced golf game.

But the BBC Breakfast wouldn’t directly divulge exactly who lost during their golfing session.

In view of her 35,000 Instagram followers, Naga penned: “Well that was fun!

“Enjoying a fabulous day of socially distanced. There were three winners and one loser… Guess who?”

Fans flocked to comment on the post, as they quizzed the BBC host on who really lost the game.

One person remarked: “Not you Naga!”

“Tell me Sir Clive lost?” another social media user joked.

While a third person added: “How many you thrash today, Naga?”

The broadcaster and her other half are keen golfers and regularly take part in the sport.

Naga has previously opened up about her love and appreciation for golf and how it is beneficial for her relationship with James.

She explained: “James and I are both golfers, and I think it’s great for our relationship.


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“It gives us a few hours together when we’re walking and talking and catching up; it really makes a difference.”

“Golf takes you on a journey together, and it means you stay in touch with one another,” Naga added to the Guardian.

The BBC host first took up golf in 2008 and revealed her husband introduced the game to her.

“Now I’m addicted and play five or six times a week – those are my golf shoes on the floor and on the table are my trophies.”

Elsewhere, Naga spoke candidly about her spouse and admitted the pair rarely have an argument.

Talking about James on the Her Spirit podcast, Naga said: “James and I don’t row, and he’s a lovely, lovely man, he’s definitely the better half.”

The couple have been married for 13 years after tying the knot in 2007.

BBC Breakfast airs daily on BBC One at 6am.


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