BBC Breakfast star Naga Munchetty sometimes gives her fans a glimpse into her life away from the cameras.
When she’s not on the set of the morning show, the host stays at her suburban home, which she frequently posts on social media.
Naga Munchetty, a regular BBC Breakfast presenter, has made a name for herself behind the cameras despite her mishaps.
The morning presenter recently admitted she’s trying to “control her temper” after “two very bad tantrums” and won’t flinch when confronted with trolls.
But after facing the essentials of life in the spotlight, Naga returns to her home in Hertfordshire, where she lives with her husband James Haggar, a television consultant, 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.”
Speaking of her life away from the London fuss, she said: “I moved into this house six years ago with my husband James Haggar, who is a television director.”
“And when I’m not working, most nights I’ll be curled up on this sofa, watching TV and petting my two Siamese cats, Kinky and Ronnie.”
Since then Naga has been flaunting her jade green lawn as she is clearly proud of her leafy garden where she enjoys spending time exercising and sunbathing.
During lockdown in April 2020, the 45-year-old presenter took part in a jumping challenge in the same garden and featured a large terrace where she works out.
Naga has also revealed that she painted her fence a vibrant shade of green to match the grass in her yard, similar to the couple’s shed in one corner.
A few trees and plants were also planted in a border next to the lawn.
As her followers may have already understood, Naga accesses her garden through a set of double doors from her living room.
The room itself, revealed in a photoshoot, features sophisticated decor of wooden floors and white walls, and furnishings include two cream leather sofas, a matching cream leather armchair and a glass coffee table with a marble base.
BBC Breakfast airs on BBC One from 6am.