‘Should have put my sports one on!’: This Morning’s Alison Hammond apologies to ITV viewers after her boobs go flying in high-speed car race
This Morning host Alison Hammond looked mortified after her boobs went flying in high-speed car race on Friday.
The television presenter, 47, was terrified as she joined Australian F1 driver Daniel Ricciardo on the track at Silverstone.
She donned a black helmet and couldn’t help but scream as they sped around the track in a McLaren car.
Oh dear! This Morning host Alison Hammond looked mortified after her boobs went flying in high-speed car race on Friday
Alison wore a black top but admitted she should have wore a sports bra as her boobs didn’t have the support they needed.
Her co-host Dermot O’Leary cheekily said: ‘I could watch that again and again and again.’
She laughed: ‘Oh my goodness did you see all of the juice moving about?
‘Oh my god this is terrible I should have put my sports one on. I should have put my sports Formula One bra on.’
Fun: The television presenter, 47, was terrified as she joined Australian F1 driver Daniel Ricciardo on the track at Silverstone
It comes after Alison revealed that she is happier than ever with her secret boyfriend, a week after This Morning co-host Dermot revealed her relationship status live on hair.
She said that her mystery man ‘makes her heart sing’ before going on to say that she prefers to keeps her private life private.
Speaking on Friday’s episode of Lorraine the former Big Brother contestant beamed from ear to ear as she discussed her beau.
Pals: This comes after Dermot spilt the beans about Alison’s relationship status live on air (pictured together on the show last week)
The star was on the show to discuss her new book Black in Time: The Most Awesome Black Britons from Yesterday to Today before talk turned to her personal life.
She told Lorraine Kelly, 62: ‘He makes my heart sing and I feel content, he enriches my life in way that I can’t explain.’
Going on to discuss her time Big Brother, where she found fame, Alison said: ‘I would love to see it back, I loved it, it launched my career I’m so grateful and so blessed for it, my career might have been different if I had won.’
The broadcaster used to be married to cab driver Noureddine Boufaied, with whom she shares son Aiden, 17.
Chit chat: ‘He makes my heart sing and I feel content, he enriches my life in way that I can’t explain,’ she told Lorraine Kelly