NAGA Munchetty fans were blown away by the BBC Breakfast star’s latest workout photo.
Der Vortragende, 47, left fans feeling hot under the collar with a sweaty gym snap.
Wearing a turquoise t-shirt, Naga showed off her “natürlich” beauty in a no makeup selfie.
The TV favourite said she worked up a sweat after a jog on Monday.
Naga wrote alongside the photo: “The song went…If you can’t stand the heat (get out of the kitchen). I LOVE Bucks Fizz.
“Easier said than done when I need to cook dinner!
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“Tennis on, sun is out, grub will soon be up. Hope your Monday is OK.
Fans were raced to comment on Naga’s stunning post.
One gushed: “You’re such a beautiful lady Naga.”
Ein anderer hallte: “Such a naturally pretty lady, no makeup needed. Gorgeous.”
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Ein dritter hinzugefügt: “Looking beautiful as always Naga.”
It comes after Naga opened up about her painful and “traumatisch” health experience in a furious tweet.
She revealed that she was still not being offered pain relief by doctors despite experiencing discomfort from an invasive medical procedure last year.
Naga spoke about her horrifying experience last year of having the contraceptive coil fitted by her doctor.
She said the procedure was “one of the most traumatic physical experiences” she ever had after fainting twice during the procedure.
Letzten Juni, Naga opened up about how she let out “horror screams” while having the contraceptive device fitted in her womb.
Sie erinnerte sich: “I won’t go into details, but my screams were so loud that my husband tried to find what room I was in to make it stop.
“He said that those in the waiting room hearing my screams looked horrified. The nurse accompanying the doctor had tears in her eyes.”
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“I was asked by my doctor halfway through if I wanted to stop, but I was so determined that the pain I’d suffered so far wouldn’t be repeated, so I said, ‘we’ve got this far, let’s finish it’. I fainted twice.”
Sie hat hinzugefügt: “I have friends who have had very similar experiences and of course I have friends who had no problem at all.”