Lorraine Kelly was left near speechless after a reporter spontaneously flashed her knickers live on air.
The Scottish presenter, 63, couldn’t believe her eyes when Lucie Cave lifted up her skirt to flaunt her red underwear during a segment on fashion trends on the ITV show.
Showbiz expert Lucie had taken inspiration from Emma Corrin, who wore knitted olive green knickers over tights on the red carpet at the 80th Venice International Film Festival on Sunday.
After explaining the emerging underwear-as-outerwear trend, which has also been spotted on Kylie Jenner, Lucie declared: ‘Now I’m giving it a go. Sorry if it’s put you off your breakfast.’
An aghast Lorraine demanded: ‘What are you going to do?’
But before she could stop her, Lucie flashed her pants, with Lorraine sighing: ‘Jesus.’
Lucie boldly flashed her knickers to copy recent celebrity looks (Picture: ITV)
Lorraine was visibly shocked by Lucie’s stunt (Picture: ITV)
Lucie was attempting to recreate Emma’s red carpet look (Picture: Getty Images)
‘Sorry Mum!’ Lucie exclaimed, walking closer to the cameras with her underwear still in full view.
After letting go of her skirt, Lucie returned to join Lorraine, who was giggling, and gave her verdict on the trend as ‘not hot.’
She added: ‘I know I’ve worn them on national TV but I’m not going to be wearing them again.’
It’s safe to say Lorraine would probably not be a fan of this outfit (Picture: GC Images)
Lorraine declared: ‘I am not wearing my pants over anything.’
If Lucie and Lorraine are not a fan of the latest fashion statement, they should turn away now after Julia Fox stunned in a nearly naked outfit.
Maura’s NTA dress choice ‘baffled and confused’ Lorraine(Picture: Shutterstock for NTA)
Commenting on the outfit, Lorraine remarked: ‘I don’t understand – I’m baffled and confused and I don’t understand.’
‘I would be worried about slippage, frankly,’ she added.
Lorraine airs weekdays from 9am on ITV.
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