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Emily Atack leaves BBC studios in a pink and red striped trouser suit after filming Saturday Kitchen


Emily Atack was the guest on this weekend’s Saturday Kitchen, one week on from Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt’s ‘rude and obnoxious’ stint on the show.  

The actress, 31, cooked prawns and drank rosé wine as she filmed for the BBC One show, saying that she had a ‘joyous’ time following last week’s show which saw the controversial guests trigger over 100 complaints.

She beamed at cameras and waved, having detailed the appearance on her Instagram and gushed over having fun with host Matt Tebbutt. 

Power suit: Emily Atack looked incredible as she was pictured leaving the studios in a pink and red striped trouser suit from Never Fully Dressed on Saturday morning

Power suit: Emily Atack looked incredible as she was pictured leaving the studios in a pink and red striped trouser suit from Never Fully Dressed on Saturday morning

The TV personality paired the statement suit with a black leather jacket and black high heels and casually slung a handbag over her body.

She greeted onlookers with a wave as she kept her face hidden behind a pair of sunglasses and let her blonde hair fall in loose waves around her shoulders.

Emily cooked up a storm on the food show with a delicious dish of sugar-cured prawns, hot and sour pineapple and sweet potato crisps.

The dish was paired with a 2019 bottle of Bandol Rosé, which the actress hinted that she thoroughly enjoyed on the show, comparing it to ‘morning holiday drinking’ with ‘zero judgement’. 

On screen: Emily said she had a 'joyous' time on-screen following the scandal surrounding Naga Munchetty (pictured) and Charlie Stayt's 'rude and obnoxious' stint

On screen: Emily said she had a ‘joyous’ time on-screen following the scandal surrounding Naga Munchetty (pictured) and Charlie Stayt’s ‘rude and obnoxious’ stint

Easy, breezy: The actress, 31, greeted onlookers with a wave as she kept her face hidden with black sunglasses after filming an episode of Saturday Kitchen for BBC One

Easy, breezy: The actress, 31, greeted onlookers with a wave as she kept her face hidden with black sunglasses after filming an episode of Saturday Kitchen for BBC One

Delicious: Emily cooked up a storm on the food show with a dish of sugar-cured prawns, hot and sour pineapple and sweet potato crisps, paired with Bandol Rosé 2019

Delicious: Emily cooked up a storm on the food show with a dish of sugar-cured prawns, hot and sour pineapple and sweet potato crisps, paired with Bandol Rosé 2019

Taking to her Instagram, Emily shared her behind-the-scenes view of the impressive drinks on offer on set as well as a closer glimpse of her outfit.

She panned her camera around showing a table of different size glasses filled with alcoholic beverages from beer to wine to gin and tonic, captioning the video: ‘How’s your morning?’ 

She also shared pictures of her matching trouser suit in an Instagram post on Saturday to give fans a closer look at her stylish ensemble. 

Wine O'Clock: She panned her camera around showing different size glasses filled with alcoholic beverages from beer to wine to gin and tonic

Enjoying a tipple: She captioned the video: 'How's your morning?'

Wine O’Clock: She panned her camera around showing different size glasses filled with alcoholic beverages from beer to wine to gin and tonic

Smashing: The Celebrity Juice panelist gushed about the 'joyous' time she had on the cookery show, comparing it to 'morning holiday drinking' with 'zero judgement'

Smashing: The Celebrity Juice panelist gushed about the ‘joyous’ time she had on the cookery show, comparing it to ‘morning holiday drinking’ with ‘zero judgement’

The Celebrity Juice panelist looked stunning as she posed with one hand on her hip and a natural smile.

She gushed about the ‘joyous’ time she had on the show, writing: ‘Joyous morning at @saturday.kitchen.. 

‘It’s like morning holiday drinking. Zero judgment of cracking on with the rosé at 10am and everyone’s having a smashing time. REMEMBER THOSE DAYS’ 

This comes after the cookery programme came under fire after two controversial celeb guests triggered over 100 complaints.

Naga and Charlie were called out for their ‘obnoxious, rude and self-absorbed’ appearance on Saturday Kitchen last weekend. 

The BBC Breakfast journalists, aged 46 and 58 respectively, were guest stars on the cookery show, which is presented by Matt Tebbutt and featured guest chef Yotam Ottolenghi.

Filming descended into chaos when the pair were accused of rudeness and ‘appallingly cringeworthy’ behaviour, with more than 100 viewers lodging official complaints. 

Twitter was flooded with angry comments, leading to the BBC releasing a statement noting the ‘relaxed’ nature of the weekend show. 

Anger: BBC News hosts Naga and Charlie garnered over 100 complaints about their 'obnoxious, rude and self-absorbed' appearance on Saturday Kitchen last weekend

Anger: BBC News hosts Naga and Charlie garnered over 100 complaints about their ‘obnoxious, rude and self-absorbed’ appearance on Saturday Kitchen last weekend

During the show, Matt asked the duo how they ‘turn off’ from the news due to the upsetting bulletins they deliver everyday, however Naga and Charlie responded with jeers about the ‘depressing’ nature of the question. 

Naga spoke into the camera to say: ‘If you want to switch off the news, don’t watch Saturday Kitchen’, while Charlie forced Matt to show his questions. 

The two then sat mocking his pre-prepared questions, leaving Matt begging the duo to concentrate due to the pressing time limits on the live show. 

Continuing to read from his cue card, Naga said: ‘This is where Matt’s mind goes when he’s preparing his questions – “Any stand out moments”‘, she went on to make a crude snoring sound and roll her eyes. 

Not best pleased: The two sat mocking presenter Matt Tebbutt's pre-prepared questions, leaving him begging the duo to concentrate due to the pressing time limits on the live show

Not best pleased: The two sat mocking presenter Matt Tebbutt’s pre-prepared questions, leaving him begging the duo to concentrate due to the pressing time limits on the live show 

It has been revealed that six days on, over 100 complaints have been lodged.

A statement from the BBC reads: ‘Saturday Kitchen Live’s format allows for an informal chatty style and the guests are encouraged to feel relaxed in the studio…

‘Some viewers found the behaviour and comments of the guests this week to be inappropriate and that they were rude to presenter Matt. 

‘We appreciate the feedback and we shared it with the Saturday Kitchen team.’

MailOnline has contacted representative for Naga and Charlie for comment.  

Naga spoke into the camera to say: 'If you want to switch off the news, don't watch Saturday Kitchen', while Charlie forced Matt to show his questions

Naga spoke into the camera to say: ‘If you want to switch off the news, don’t watch Saturday Kitchen’, while Charlie forced Matt to show his questions



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