BBC Breakfast fans all have the same complaint as Nina Warhurst reports from 'humble boozer' | The Sun

BBC Breakfast fans all had the same complaint after Nina Warhurst reported from a 'humble boozer'.

The 42-year-old journalist was out on location earlier this week as she continued her coverage of how the cost of living crisis is affecting people and businesses around the UK.

Nina visited a pub in Marple Bridge to speak to landlady Jo and shared a couple of snaps from her visit on her Instagram page.

One saw her sitting at a table with her BBC Breakfast cue cards in front of her and a packet of salt and vinegar crisps.

The second was her posing for a selfie with Jo and she captioned the snaps: "Work deployment of dreams.

"Anyone who knows me knows my [love emoji] for the humble British boozer.

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"As landlady Jo says here it’s where you come to build community, make friends, meet people, to grieve and (ahem) start families, and for me… to eat many, many crisps."

She continued: "She has one customer for whom she’s his only daily human contact.

"She works as a warm hub, gig venue, and has introduced Chippy Tuesday with a van outside so people can come in & eat by the fire and keep warm at least once a week.

"Sitting on the red sofa is a privilege I never take for granted, getting out and chatting to the Jos of the world, even more so."

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However, some of Nina's followers took issue with her early morning snack while filming.

One wrote: "But seriously Nina salt & vinegar crisps at breakfast time?!?!"

Another added: "Pleased that salt and vinegar were the flavour you picked."

A third tweeted: "I'm with you all the way, apart from Salt & Vinegar crisps. Cheese & Onion please. Glad you enjoy your work so much. xx."

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.

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