Dan Walker: BBC Breakfast star talks ‘warning’ from Carol Kirkwood amid wardrobe ‘issue’

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BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker, 43, shared a mirror selfie displaying his outfit in his changing room ahead of the show with his co-star Louise Minchin, 52. The host was pictured wearing a smart navy suit and brown shoes.

He captioned the post: “Morning. All a bit wonky today. Live on the #BBCBreakfast sofa this morning with @louiseminchin.”

One fan noticed a blue quilted coat hanging up in the background and took the opportunity to query Dan about it.

The Twitter user commented: “Is that your ‘big coat’ next to you?”

Dan replied: “The BIG coat comes out whenever @carolkirkwood gives me the ‘big coat warning’.”

In response to his comment, Carol Kirkwood, 48, shared a series of crying with laughter and blowing a kiss emojis.

Another social media user asked the host: “Dan, where do you get your suits! As a tall man, I struggle?”

Admitting getting a suit to fit him perfectly was also a struggle, he added: “It is an issue for us tall lads.

“The suit I have on today is from @SigBespoke. I need about 2 inches on the arms and legs.”

A third added: “My mother always said never trust a man with brown shoes. I’ve no idea why.”

“Seems a bit rogue that one Lorna,” he replied.

Another one of Dan’s 668,000 followers went on to point out that he and Louise had discussed getting the “big coat” out yesterday as temperatures began to drop.

Elsewhere on today’s show, Carol was back to her duties and delivered the latest weather forecast.

The weather presenter amused her co-stars as she was spotted running towards the camera in a hurry as it panned around to her.

Laughing, the host said she quickly ran off set at the Hampton Court Palace to fetch her umbrella.

She went on to tell fans what they can expect from the weather across the UK.

Carol warned an area of low pressure will spark waves of up to 10 metres high in the Atlantic Ocean as wind speeds reach up to to 100mph.

She told viewers: “It’s going to be another day of blustery showers, some of those heavy and thundery.

“This deep area of pressure that is centered to the south of Iceland, it contains an ex-hurricane and in the Atlantic will have wind speeds of 100mph.

“That means it’s picking up all these waves so in western areas with exposure they could have waves five to ten metres high.

“Something certainly to bear in mind.”

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.

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