BBC Breakfast turns awkward as Nina Warhurst moans about private life on air

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BBC Breakfast became slightly awkward to watch as Nina Warhurst began to grumble about matters of the heart.

The 40-year-old complained that she would never have a partner or children after interviewing a huge family of paralympian.

As the camera diverted back to the studio Nina moaned that she wouldn't be able to "cope" if a family member had been representing Great Britain.

She said: "Honestly speaking to the relatives I couldn't cope with that," she asked her co-star Roger Johnson, "could you?"

Nina went on: "Your partner or your children… I mean that's never going to happen for me with the way things are panning out… you know it's so stressful."

Not knowing how to respond, Roger chimed: "Must be so nerve wracking mustn’t it?

As Nina added: "Yeah."

Interjecting Rojer said: "And to not be able to be there as they were always able to be there to support, to be watching like the rest of us."

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