BBC Breakfast: Charlie Stayt distracted by Carol Kirkwood as forecast takes SHOCK turn


Carol Kirkwood, 55, made sure to celebrate Halloween in style today, as she presented the weather with some ghosts and dancing skeletons in the background.

However, Louise Minchin, 49, was quick to suggest that the whole thing was a “distraction” for her co-host Charlie Stayt, 55.

The giggling presenter said: “I think you’ve been distracted by Carol…” as Charlie replied: “It’s all gone a bit Scooby Doo!”

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Charlie Stayt got 'distracted' by Carol Kirkwood on today's BBC Breakfast

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Carol's weather forecast took a spooky turn this morning

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It’s not hard to see why Carol was acting as a distraction this morning, as she dressed to impress once again in a plunging maroon dress.

The former Strictly Come Dancing beauty sent Twitter into meltdown once again as fans took to social media in droves to comment on her latest look.

One person posted: “You are looking scrumptious this morning.”

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“Temperature always heats up when Carol is on,” a second gushed, alongside a love heart emoji.

A third gushed: “@carolkirkwood Wow! I need some more carol time now 😛 x”

Another shared: “Good morning gorgeous Carol.”

BBC Breakfast continues tomorrow from 6am on BBC One.

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