Dan Walker speechless as Carol Kirkwood snubs him in awkward technical gaffe

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It looks like BBC Breakfast presenters Carol Kirkwood and Dan Walker are giving each other cheeky jibes yet again, as weather lady Carol awkwardly snubbed Dan as she failed to hear his question.

On Tuesday morning’s episode Carol, 58, was given the opportunity to present the weather from Odds Farm Park located in Buckinghamshire.

As she confidently presented at the farm near one of the stables, bird noises could evidently be heard in the background.

After Carol had finished presenting, Dan who was currently sitting in the studio with co-host Louise Minchin, picked up on the fact that the birds were chirping rather loudly.

Facing Louise Dan said: “The birds are very noisy today.”

Louise responded: “Yeah they are.”

Turning back to address Carol on the Farm, Dan asked: “Carol are they unusually noisy there, they’ve been tweeting away all morning?”

Carol responded: “Lovely, thanks honey, you too. Take care.”

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