After Good Morning Britain presenter Charlotte Hawkins, 45, fronted the ITV programme today with her co-host Adil Ray, the latter called her out for an embarrassing wardrobe move in the ITV studios. The Classic FM presenter claimed her “mind” had been elsewhere while she was getting ready for work today.
When the two hosts had finished their presenting duties for the day, Adil took to Twitter to share Charlotte’s choice of footwear.
The presenter posted a snap of his co-host’s heels and wrote to his 66,000 Twitter followers: “When presenting I depend on my co-host.
“You want to be in safe, reassuring hands.
“Today at the end of the show @CharlotteHawkins realised she had odd shoes on.”
It wasn’t long before Charlotte quickly shared Adil’s post with her own 223,000 Twitter followers, as she confessed: “Is it a reasonable defence that my mind was obviously on far more important matters this morning…?!”
Fans waded in to express their thoughts over Charlotte’s look on Twitter.
One asked the presenter: “Do we know for sure that @adilray actually had matching shoes on this morning??,” which led another fan to add: “Good point!
@CharlotteHawkns, were @adilray wearing matching shoes?”
Alongside the short video, which showed two bottles of the deodorant sitting on the desk, the ITV favourite wrote to his 400,000 followers: “@charlottehawkins1 #lynx #marmite #why???” followed by a shocked and unwell face emoji.
Soon afterwards, Ben told his followers on his Instagram story: “Quite possibly the scariest thing we’ve ever seen – Lynx Africa and Marmite.
“I’ve sprayed myself,” he added before turning to Charlotte where he cheekily asked: “How was it?”
Ben’s followers then saw Charlotte putting on an animated display and gagging.
The presenter went on to say: “Not sure it was a winner in the GMB studios.
“It’s got a very beefy smell,” to which the radio presenter replied: “Go away!”
Charlotte started out in broadcasting when she joined ITV’s Meridian Tonight in 2003 as their host.
She went on to become a co-presenter for Sky’s breakfast programme, Sunrise, with This Morning’s Eamonn Holmes in 2006.
Charlotte then joined ITV show Good Morning Britain’s presenting team in 2014.