Naga Munchetty, the BBC Breakfast presenter is a very popular British journalist and a television presenter. She is also a very passionate golfer who has taken part in many golf matches and even won the Hertfordshire De Paula Cup in 2012 at Bishop's Stortford Golf Club.
Naga Munchetty, the wife of James Haggar; she is very much known as well as criticized for her work. She is a very intolerant person when it comes to abusive stuff about her or someone she praises.
Apart from her professional and golfer career, she is also having a great married life. So today, we will let you know about her relationship with her husband and her less known life.
Naga Munchetty was born in Streatham London having a mixed ethnicity. She was born to Indian parents and has British Indian ethnicity.
She is married to James Hagger who is best known as Multi-camera Director and a Broadcast Consultant rendering Freelance services in the United Kingdom.
Naga Munchetty and James Hagger have been married for a long time but the couple don’t really share much about their personal life. There was a rumour that Naga and James are looking to start a family and Naga was pregnant.
Naga Munchetty and her husband have utterly kept their personal life secret but the announcement she made a couple of months ago of taking a break from her daily work in BBC was a strong sign that she was having a baby. Naga is already blessed with a child whom she seems to be keeping hidden from all the social media.
Husband James Hagger has been very much supportive to Naga Munchetty in every decision she has made. But it's obvious that family comes first so Naga took a big decision to step down for a while and take care of her health during pregnancy.
She was putting huge effort to maintain a healthy living and even hit gyms and yoga classes for the improvement of her reproductive health.
Naga Munchetty started her career being in the City Pages of the London Evening Standard as a journalist. After a while, she became a reporter for Reuters Financial Television and then moved to CNBC Europe as a senior producer. She worked with other few media house like Channel 4 News and Bloomberg Television.
In 2010, Naga Munchetty started presenting early morning bulletins on the BBC News Channel and BBC World News. And now, she is a regular presenter on BBC One's Breakfast. She has also co-hosted 'The Spending Review-The South Today Debate' on BBC one during 2010.
Naga Munchetty besides on-screen work has narrated the BBC documentary 'Fear and Faith' in Paris looking at anti-Semitic attacks in Paris and their impact on the Jewish community of France. And was the contestant on the fourteenth series of Strictly Come Dancing.
Alongside with her blooming career, she is a great golfer too. She has confessed that golf has changed her life and she enjoys it every time she plays.
She was passionate about Golf since she was very young and has made her appearance in games like Pro-Am events, BMW PGA Championship and Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open.