The BBC Breakfast hosts are STILL absent from the studio as viewers rage ‘what’s going on?!’


JON Kay and Sally Nugent were once again absent from the BBC Breakfast studio during a major format change.

The BBC presenters are normally seen together in the Salford studio, but they left the red sofa for the second time this week on Tuesday morning.


Jon Kay anchored the show from St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh
Sally Nugent also dropped out of the studio and appeared from Buckingham Palace


Sally Nugent also dropped out of the studio and appeared from Buckingham Palace

On Monday, the hosts traveled to different parts of the UK to provide special coverage of the Queen’s death.

Jon had appeared live from Edinburgh to mark the arrival of the Queen’s coffin from Balmoral, while Sally anchored the show from Buckingham Palace in London.

But the studio reshuffle had not changed on Tuesday as Jon was back in Edinburgh this morning and Sally was still at Buckingham Palace.

Jon was standing outside St Giles Cathedral where the Queen’s coffin has been placed to rest for 24 hours for members of the public to pay their respects.

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Viewers saw a live photo of mourners queuing to enter the cathedral after queuing all night.

Opening the show, Jon said: “Hello, welcome to Tuesday’s program, and it’s an amazing show, isn’t it? The people you see now have been queuing for hours.

“Some of them six, seven hours on a cold Edinburgh night to enter St Giles Cathedral and file past the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II.”

However, some of those watching the show asked when the ‘wall-to-wall’ coverage of Her Majesty’s death was going to end.

One viewer wrote: ‘The passing of the Queen is sad but this constant coverage about it needs to stop.

BBC Breakfast airs weekdays from 6am on BBC One.

The Queen died last week aged 96


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