BBC Breakfast's Carol Kirkwood dazzles fans in figure-hugging dress for weather report | The Sun

BBC Breakfast's Carol Kirkwood dazzled fans in a figure-hugging dress for her weather report today.

The 60-year-old was back on the show alongside Jon Kay and Sally Nugent.


Carol warned BBC Breakfast viewers that there was snow and ice around parts of the country today and that they needed to be careful.

The TV star wore a figure-hugging navy dress for the broadcast, which at times complimented the screen behind her.

The garment featured a round neck and three-quarter length sleeves and clung to Carol's curves.

Carol joined BBC Breakfast in the summer of the show’s launch in 1983 as a production secretary.

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She then left and returned a few times over the years in different roles before joining the show as a weather presenter in 1998.

Carol is now the longest-serving presenter on BBC Breakfast – which celebrates its 40th anniversary this week – and has had her share of embarrassing blunders while on air.

In an interview with The Sun, she recalled a funny moment when she broke into a fit of giggles after her necklace came loose and fell down her dress mid-broadcast.

"I could hear the director in my ear saying, ‘The necklace is going, the necklace is going, oh no, it's going to the cleavage, it's going, it's going, it's gone'," she chuckles.

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“I could hear Bill [Turnbull] and Sian [Williams] who were sitting next to me on the sofa sniggering.

“I was trying so hard not to laugh – and then eventually I couldn't help it and I just burst out laughing.

“And I couldn't stop laughing after that, because when you lose it, you lose it.”

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.

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