Naga Munchetty says James Norton doesn't have a 'slabhead'
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Naga Munchetty, 46, shared a cryptic post on her Instagram story on Thursday. After sharing a quote posted by Hollywood actress Drew Barrymore, the TV star left much to the imagination as to whether she was OK.
Your eyesight starts getting weaker but your ability to see through people gets much better
The quote read: “Funny thing about getting older.
“Your eyesight starts getting weaker, but your ability to see through people gets much better.”
Fans were only able to send Naga a direct message about the post and it is unknown if she has replied, and whether there was someone in particular that the quote was in reference to.
It comes after the BBC Breakfast star treated her followers to a very sweaty snap of her upon completion of her daily run.
Captioning the image, she penned: “Run done. Never easy.
“99% of the time am pleased I did it. Now onwards with Thursday.”
Her followers took to the comments section, wondering how she still looked so good even after a strenuous workout.
One wrote: “Naga what eye makeup do you use and it still stays on?! Incredible.”
Another agreed: “How does someone look this good after a run!”
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“Looks like that was some run Naga!” a third cheered her on.
On Wednesday, Naga was hailed an “inspiration” for help to change women’s health surrounding the contraceptive coil.
She had recently opened up about her horrific experience having a coil fitted during her Radio 5 Live show, admitting it was so painful and traumatic that she fainted twice.
But following her calls for change, it seems the impact of her words has indeed inspired a new outlook on the way coils are fitted, as pain relief will now be offered to patients.
It comes after a report revealed that all women will now be given the option to have pain relief if they have coils, also known as the IUD (intrauterine device), fitted.
It works as soon as it is put in and lasts between five and 10 years depending on the type.
Following the news, a fan took to Twitter to notify Naga of the story and thanked her for speaking out.
They wrote: “Important change in coil guidance thanks to @TVNaga01, @caitlinmoran and @bbc5live.”
Naga tweeted it with the comment, saying: “A step forward…”
She also reposted a BBC article about the option now offered to women, to which one of her followers replied: “I cannot thank you enough for bringing coil fitting pain to the table.”
Another agreed, penning: “Fantastic news! Well done!”
While a third hoped for further change: “I really hope ScotGov/NHS Scotland follow English lead!”
Others hailed her and other celebrities alike who have spoken out, as “inspirational”.
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