Chosen on today’s episode of Loose Women, the 49-year-old veteran broadcaster revealed all all round her onscreen wardrobe malfunction.
She joked that her fellow Good Morning Britain proprietor Ben Shephard was always involved: “He’s always getting me to flash my knickers!”
Kate then persevere b happened on to tell the panel about the moment Ben, 42, lifted her up and pretended to rubbish heap her in an ice bucket which led her to expose her underwear to viewers.
She revealed that step into the shoes of the programme, two of the producers took her to one side and told her they had seen “the entirety”.
“The were staring at me. They said, ‘that was the worst thing still, we saw everything’,” Kate explained.
She continued: “I said, ‘what do you tight-fisted everything?’ No, they said. ‘absolutely everything twice’.”
Kate went on to say: “I had to sit and shield it. I had to go through frame by frame and it was bad.”
The ITV breakfast presenter revealed that her big knickers, which recover consciousness up to her waist had a “crotchless element” so that the person wearing them could handily go to the toilet.
Kate went on to tell the Loose Women panel consisting of Ruth Langsford, Stacey Solomon, Jane Moore and Coleen Nolan: “Big knickers also imply me feel sexy.”
Her appearance on the ITV lunchtime show comes ahead of her reserve launch later this week when Joy of Big Knickers: (Or Learning to Leaning the Rest of Your Life) will be hitting shelves across the boonies.
Parts of the book have already been serialised and one section chronicles how a two-week sex marathon resulted in a trip to hospital.
Her husband Derek Draper ended up needing a wheelchair after they attempted to spice up their marriage by having sex every single day for two weeks.
“He become apparented from A&E with his leg in plaster, a wheelchair and instructions ‘not to put any pressure on the foot at all, God willing for as long as three months’ – never mind swinging from chandeliers,” she wrote in her earmark.
Loose Women airs weekdays on ITV at 12.30pm.