BBC Breakfast’s Sally Nugent missing as co-host leaves solo in format shake-up

BBC Breakfast star Sally Nugent was nowhere to be seen during the latest episode of the morning show.

The 52-year-old presenter usually hosts the programme Monday through to Wednesday with Jon Kay.

Broadcaster Jon was back on our screens on Tuesday (September 5) but wasn't in the studio.

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He hosted the special edition of BBC Breakfast live from Langstone Harbour as the BBC investigated the ongoing issue with raw sewage in our water.

He was joined on location by weather presenter Carol Kirkwood, who was on hand to offer the latest forecast.

Meanwhile. stand-in presenters Tina Daheley and Ben Boulous were holding the fort back at the usual Salford studio.

It comes after Jon was notably missing from Monday's (September 4) episode.

Sally was instead joined on the famous red sofa by broadcaster Ben Thompson.

Jon recently returned to BBC Breakfast after a two-week absence from the show.

He took a break from work last month to spend some time with his family.

Announcing the news on social media at the time, Jon wrote: "Enjoying some extra sleep and long-planned annual leave with the family, so no need to set my alarm clock tomorrow morning.

"Back on the red sofa with my BBC Breakfast family in Salford in two weeks' time."

During his time off, Jon enjoyed a trip to Corsica in the Mediterranean.

He shared a photo from his holiday on his Instagram Story ahead of his return to work that showed the journalist grinning from ear to ear while donning a tropical printed shirt.

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Jon simply captioned the snap: "Saturday".

The journalist isn't the only BBC Breakfast star who has been away from the programme in recent weeks.

Charlie Stayt was missing from the red sofa recently, leaving his usual co-host Naga Munchetty to host the show alongside relief presenter Ben.

The pair normally front the current affairs programme together from Thursday to Saturday each week and have done since Naga joined the presenter line-up back in 2014.

BBC Breakfast airs daily on BBC One and BBC iPlayer from 6am

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