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Ally Langdon is left red-faced as her kids reveal the embarrassing thing she does at home

Ally Langdon is left red-faced as her children reveal the embarrassing thing she does ‘a lot’ at home – and it may shock you

Today co-host Allison Langdon was left mortified on Friday’s breakfast show when her children claimed she ‘farts a lot’ during a hilarious segment about Mother’s Day. 

Ally’s son Mack, five, and daughter Scout, four, made the embarrassing admission when they were asked what they love most about their mum in a pre-recorded video. 

Their answer caused co-host Karl, 47, to burst into laughter as Ally cringed on the couch.

Sorry mum! Today co-host Allison Langdon was left mortified on Friday’s breakfast show when her children claimed she ‘farts a lot’ during a hilarious segment about Mother’s Day

‘What do you love about mummy?’ Ally’s children were asked. 

‘Because she farts a lot and I smell her farts and I try and get up before she does a fart,’ Mack said. 

Scout added: ‘She farts a lot.’ 

'What do you love about mummy?' Ally's children were asked. 'Because she farts a lot and I smell her farts and I try and get up before she does a fart,' Mack said

‘What do you love about mummy?’ Ally’s children were asked. ‘Because she farts a lot and I smell her farts and I try and get up before she does a fart,’ Mack said

‘That is the best thing I’ve ever heard!’ Karl said through tears of laughter. 

‘It’s not farter’s day!’ co-host Brooke Boney cheekily quipped. 

Ally said she was hoping for a sweet tribute from her children during the segment. 

‘Sounds like it’s going to be in our household. I was ready for something beautiful!’  she said with a laugh. 

Ally shares Mack and Scout with her husband Michael Willesee Jr.

In 2020, Ally admitted she ‘struggled to cope with the stress and fear’ of being a new mum after giving birth to her son. 

Cheeky! Ally shares Mack and Scout with her husband Michael Willesee Jr

Cheeky! Ally shares Mack and Scout with her husband Michael Willesee Jr

She told The Daily Telegraph at the time: ‘I was in the office because I was not okay and I struggled with the baby at home. In my mind I had a plan for how to care for the baby but sometimes there’s not a solution with a newborn.’

‘It took a mate a couple of months in to say “I don’t think you’re doing as great as you think” for me to realise. And I said “Yeah, I’m not doing great at all”.’

Allison went on to say it’s important to communicate and start a conversation with others as they may be struggling.

She said: ‘We all have the power to save someone’s life and change someone’s life with a conversation this year. ‘It’s never been more important to reach out.’ 

Candid: In 2020, Ally previously admitted she 'struggled to cope with the stress and fear' of being a new mum after giving birth to her son

Candid: In 2020, Ally previously admitted she ‘struggled to cope with the stress and fear’ of being a new mum after giving birth to her son

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