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Steph Claire Smith accidentally sends a nude photo to her parents instead of her husband

Steph Claire Smith’s mortifying sexting gaffe as she accidentally sends a nude photo to her PARENTS instead of her husband

Fitness influencer Steph Claire Smith made a very embarrassing gaffe when she sent a nude photo to three different people by mistake.

The mother of one, 28, had meant to send the intimate image to her husband Josh Miller, but instead sent it to her parents and business partner.

The incident happened several years ago, when she and Josh hadn’t yet married and she had just started living by herself.

Fitness influencer Steph Claire Smith made a very embarrassing gaffe when she sent a nude photo to three different people by mistake 

She wanted to send the saucy photo to her boyfriend, but it somehow ended up going to her mother, father and Keep It Cleaner co-founder Laura Henshaw.

Steph did not explain how this happened, but said Laura had rushed over to her house and they sat on her bed trying to figure out what to do. 

Her parents had automatic download settings on their messaging app which meant any photos they received would be immediately saved, so Steph couldn’t simply unsend her message.

Eventually, her mum replied: ‘I don’t think we needed to see that.’ 

The mother of one, 28, had meant to send the intimate image to her husband Josh Miller, but instead sent it to her parents and business partner. The incident happened several years ago, when she and Josh hadn't yet married and she had just started living by herself

The mother of one, 28, had meant to send the intimate image to her husband Josh Miller, but instead sent it to her parents and business partner. The incident happened several years ago, when she and Josh hadn’t yet married and she had just started living by herself 

The gaffe was discussed by Amy, Kate and Sophie Taeuber on Outspoken the Podcast on Tuesday, with the journalist sisters saying they would ‘smash’ their phones in embarrassment if they ever made that mistake.

The Taeubers discussed what they would do in the scenario with one saying she would ‘throw my phone in the river and disappear for a few years’. 

The other two agreed they would either smash their phones or their parents’ phones.

The gaffe was discussed by Amy, Kate and Sophie Taeuber (pictured) on Outspoken the Podcast on Tuesday, with the journalist sisters saying they would 'smash' their phones in embarrassment if they ever made that mistake

The gaffe was discussed by Amy, Kate and Sophie Taeuber (pictured) on Outspoken the Podcast on Tuesday, with the journalist sisters saying they would ‘smash’ their phones in embarrassment if they ever made that mistake 

Steph’s parents likely aren’t strangers to her sexual escapades after her 30-day sex challenge with Josh made headlines recently.

The entrepreneur revealed she and her husband completed the challenge in which they had to be intimate with each other every day for a month.

On her podcast KICPOD, she confessed to co-host Laura she was on day 13 of the challenge at the time and listed the rules they’d set.

Her parents had automatic download settings on their messaging app which meant any photos they received would be immediately saved, so Steph couldn't simply unsend her message

Her parents had automatic download settings on their messaging app which meant any photos they received would be immediately saved, so Steph couldn’t simply unsend her message

Steph said she and Josh had to be intimate with each other beyond kissing every day, and while it was ‘really hard’ and there were times she ‘just couldn’t be bothered’, the test brought the pair closer together.

In the follow-up episode, Laura asked Steph and Josh what their parents thought of the situation after it made the news. 

Josh revealed he had been humiliated when Steph’s mum brought it up and ‘sunk his face into the pillow on the couch’, but Steph felt no shame and could only laugh.    

She wanted to send the saucy photo to her boyfriend, but it somehow ended up going to her mother, father and Keep It Cleaner co-founder Laura Henshaw

She wanted to send the saucy photo to her boyfriend, but it somehow ended up going to her mother, father and Keep It Cleaner co-founder Laura Henshaw 

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