BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty appeared to take a cheeky dig at colleague Carol Kirkwood on Thursday's programme and it didn't go unnoticed by viewers.On today's show (April 8), journalist Fiona Lamdin visited a farm in Salisbury to talk about a decline in farm animals across the UK.She introduced viewers to some of the concerning species of sheep, goats and pigs – including one called Bette Midler.After the report, Naga said: "So we've got the gorgeous Bette Midler.
We've seen Mary and everything and now we go to Carol."Seemingly making a jibe at the forecaster, she added: "Carol, how lovely would it be to have a pig to be named after oneself?"The weather expert giggled away but seemed rather unimpressed at the comment."Well I'm.Read more on dailystar.co.uk