BBC Breakfast's Jon Kay 'worried' for Carol Kirkwood as she struggles through weather report | The Sun

BBC Breakfast's Jon Kay confessed that he was 'worried' for his co-star Carol Kirkwood during this morning's weather report.

Earlier today Jon returned to our screens with Sally, 50, for another instalment of the programme.



They were joined by weather woman Carol, who gave viewers a forecast of what to expect today live from St James's Park.

The TV star looked amazing as she stood in the middle of an array of beautiful flowers.

While Sally confessed she would have loved to be where she was instead of the studio, Jon was more concerned about her well-being.

Jon asked: "How's your hayfever Carol?! I'm worried about your hayfever!"

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Carol replied: "My nose is running like a tap! I can tell you that for nothing.

"Here I am amongst the flowers, again!"

"Only another two and a half hours to go. You'll be fine" Jon said back.

It comes a day after Jon was forced to apologise on air for a live blunder after he accidentally told viewers the wrong time.

It was six thirty in the morning when Jon began: "It's coming up to half-past eight… six! Sorry."

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The BBC Breakfast host was red-faced as he realised he'd got the time wrong during the live show.

Jon is a TV presenter, newsreader and journalist who is best known for his work on BBC news.

He has presented several programmes for the BBC including Drive on 5 live, the BBC Two environmental series It’s Not Easy Being Green and a documentary about bread-making for BBC Four.

He became a BBC News at Six correspondent during the London Olympics in 2012 and an election correspondent during the 2015 general election campaign.

He also is a regular presenter on BBC Breakfast, stepping in to cover for Dan Walker and Charlie Stayt.

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