Carol Kirkwood, 56, took to Twitter and shared a short video clip of a swan gliding across the pond where she admitted the scenery was “tranquil”. In view of her 154,000 followers, she gushed: “Hard to believe we are in the middle of London with such a tranquil scene @BBCBreakfast @theroyalparks.” She later tweeted a second video of a duckling paddling along the water before disappearing underneath. Carol captioned the post: “Now you see him now you don’t!!! @BBCBreakfast @theroyalparks.”
Fans rushed to comment on the post, as one person said: “It looks like heaven,” while another person commented: “Lovely pics from you today, thank you.”
While a third person added: “Relax Recharge Refresh Carol.”
The BBC star regularly updates viewers on the weather in various scenic locations.
It comes after the BBC favourite left her social media fans in a frenzy after she shared an hilarious snap on Twitter whereby her co-stars had to “run for cover” earlier this week.
Carol uploaded a photo of one of her colleagues hiding behind a wall with his arms covering his face while a camera man also attempted to run away from the BBC Breakfast star.
The weather forecaster explained she was putting hairspray on, to the dislike of her co-stars.
She wrote on the micro-blogging site: “All I said was that I was going to put some more hairspray on!,” followed by laughing faced emojis.
She cheekily added: “Everyone run for cover! @BBCBreakfast.”
The funny post certainly tickled her followers, as it gained over 200 likes.
Meanwhile, Carol recently revealed she would “consider” a career in Carry On films after the BBC favourite appeared to share an innuendo about the weather.
The presenter mentioned the comedy films following her tweet about an unexpected frost which had been forecast at the time.
Expressing her fears for her plants in such cold conditions, Carol informed her followers about the surprising change in temperatures.
She wrote online: “Eek! My geraniums! Frosty start Saturday and Sunday! ‘Ne’er cast a clout till May is out’ @BBCbreakfast xxx.”
Fans were quick to notice the similarities between Carol’s tweet and the infamous phrase rom the British movies.
One social media user replied: “Have you ever considered a career in the Carry On films Carol?”
Amused by the comment, the BBC favourite responded: “Every day Steve!!!”, with two crying laughing emojis.
BBC Breakfast airs weekdays from 6.00am on BBC One.
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