NAGA Munchetty reached out to her BBC co-star Gethin Jones after his heart-breaking loss.
The TV star, 44, took to Twitter to share that Morning Live's dog Oli had passed away.
On Tuesday Gethin paid tribute to the gorgeous pooch on the social media platform.
Gethin told his 146k followers: "Gonna miss this fella a lot. He started @BBCMorningLive with us, he was calm and distinguished.
"We shared a sofa, he was my mate.
"It was amazing to see how happy he made everyone. @drjgreenwood #Olly."
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Many rushed to reply to the tweet to share their condolences.
One of those was Naga, who said: "So sorry x."
The one-eyed golden Labrador was on the show for two years.
On Tuesday viewers were left "utterly heartbroken" when Gethin revealed the harsh realities of tragically losing Oli.
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The BBC show discussed the impact of pet bereavement with Dr Greenwood on Tuesday's episode.
Earlier today on BBC Breakfast, Naga fought back the tears as she announced Bill Turnball's death.
It was confirmed this morning that Bill had died aged 66 after a battle with prostate cancer.
Speaking about Bill, who presented the show for 15 years until his departure in 2016, Naga said: "I can only say as a team we are in shock this morning, we know what he meant to so many of you viewers.
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"I can honestly say after having worked with Bill so closely, as Mike you did, Charlie, we all did, he cared so much about this programme and the audience."
She added: "I did my first ever presenting shift with him on Breakfast. He drove this programme and that's what great presenters do and great journalists do, and we are all sending our thoughts and condolences as well to Sessie and Bill's family. We will miss him very much."
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