BBC Breakfast host’s appearance leaves viewers distracted

BBC Breakfast: Victoria Fritz presents show solo

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Victoria Fritz has been stepping in for Sally Nugent on BBC Breakfast this week and has been presenting the show alongside Jon Kay. On Wednesday, Victoria wore a glamorous red boiler suit with silver glittery heeled boots. BBC Breakfast fans were thrilled by the presenter’s snazzy outfit and took to Twitter to comment. 

Viewers pointed out Victoria seemed to have taken inspiration from ABBA with her footwear. 

@Raven_M0rrigan tweeted: “Who is the 70’s throwback/ABBA presenter this morning!? Those boots!! #BBCBreakfast.”

“#BBCBreakfast Did the ABBA tribute party overrun?” @doubltop asked. 

@AngieMowbray added: “@VValentineNews rocking it again this morning on @BBCBreakfast with those sparkly silver boots. Loving this show this week.”

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@L56046219 shared: “Watching @BBCBreakfast and was distracted by sparkly boots love, love, love!”

“@BBCBreakfast Not a prude but the presenter Ms Valentine looks like she is about to go clubbing with the glittery silver boots and velour onesie,” @eyesblac68 said.

@Donna68Waters wrote: “@BBCBreakfast what is Victoria Fritz wearing on her feet! Is she presenting breakfast news or going clubbing?”

The BBC Global News host regularly steps in for permanent presenter Sally.

She’s often seen on the red sofa on the weekend alongside Ben Thompson. 

Victoria joined the BBC in 2008 working as a business correspondent. 

Back in 2016, Victoria went into labour shortly after completing a live broadcast. 

Earlier in the week, the presenter was shut down when she suggested season two of The Pact was a “woke version of a Welsh family”.

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Victoria spoke to actress Rakie Ayola who plays social worker Christine Rees in the BBC drama. 

The presenter remarked: “There will be some people who see this and will say this is a woke version of a Welsh family.”

As Rakie rolled her eyes, Victoria continued: “I can see you rolling your eyes. Tell me.”

The actress replied: “If anybody wants to say that to me, what I would say is explain what you mean by ‘woke’ and then we can have the conversation.”

“If you cannot explain it, don’t hand me that word, don’t use a word that you cannot describe because you don’t know what you mean or maybe you know exactly what you mean and you’re afraid to say what you mean, so let’s have that conversation.

“Then I will introduce you to a family just like this one. So are you saying that they don’t exist when they clearly do? Are you saying that they’re not allowed to exist? What do you mean by that?

“Let’s have a proper conversation. Don’t throw words around, willy-nilly, when you’re not afraid to say exactly what you mean.”

“If you don’t know, please be quiet because you’re incredibly boring.”

BBC Breakfast airs daily on BBC One from 6am. 

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