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looked stunning as she shared a candid snap of herself post-workout after working up a sweat in the gym.
Naga held the camera close to her face as she showed off her natural beauty after stripping back the make-up for the workout.
Showing a glimpse of her light green tank top, a bike could be seen in the background of Naga's snap as she got to work at home.
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Sweat could be seen dripping down Naga's neck as she showed off damp hair and glowing skin following her exercise session.
Finishing the look off with earbuds, Naga captioned the snap: "I thought it was supposed to get easier!!?? Happy Easter Monday."
Unsurprisingly, it didn't take long for the compliments to come pouring in for the TV star, as her fans commended her dedication to staying fit during the Easter weekend.
One said: "Still looking amazing, no makeup, covered in sweat, you rock."
Another added: "Hardcore naga on a Easter Monday."
A third chipped in: "No. You just get fitter and work harder. Keep it up, you’re motivating my lazy bones!"
A fourth wrote: "Awesome work and I don’t think it gets easier either you just get faster."
Meanwhile, Naga has been very busy as she has also recently wrapped filming one of her side TV projects, with the star sharing a picture of herself with the crew.
Standing in front of the TV team for Claimed and Shamed, Naga posed with the camera equipment and the crew in a grey room.
She wrote: "And that's a wrap!
"Have loved filming this latest series of Claimed & Shamed!
"These fabulous people are fantastic fun to work with – I will miss them. New series on @bbcone soon."
BBC Breakfast airs weekdays at 6am on BBC One.
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