BBC Breakfast’s Nina Warhurst announces ‘official new title’ after cheeky quip from fan | The Sun

BBC Breakfast's Nina Warhurst has revealed she now has an 'official new title' after a fan made a cheeky comment.

The TV presenter is well known for delivering the business news on the programme every morning.


She also sits on the main sofa as a replacement for regular host Sally Nugent when she is off.

Nina, 42, hosted the BBC program, alongside Radio 5 Live presenter Rachel Burden.

The presenter took to Twitter to rave about her co-host, as she shared a snap of the pair on the famous red sofa along with the caption:

"She has the best smile in the business. Lovely sitting next to @NinaWarhurst this morning @BBCBreakfast."

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Many fans commented on what a fantastic pair they made.

But one fan simply wrote: "The Pastie Barm Lady…love her."

Nina quickly spotted the message and replied with two laughing emojis before retweeting it on her own Twitter account.

Reposting the fan's tweet, she quipped: "Please use my official title from now on. Thanks."

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It appears that the social media user was referring to Nina's comment about pasties that she made during a recent appearance on BBC Breakfast.

Jon and Sally had mentioned the story of a Cornish pasty being sent into space via a helium balloon.

She recounted a story of her own, saying: "Can I tell you what happened yesterday? I took a steak slice home, really looking forward to it for my lunch.

"Came downstairs and my husband said, 'Delicious steak slice, that'."

Realising the gravity of the situation, Sally asked: "Oh? Is he still alive?"

Looking nonplussed, Nina – who is married to husband Ted – replied: "Barely. I don't think I've ever been angrier with him, or with anyone."

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.

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