Charlotte Hawkins leaves GMB producers irritated as she makes awkward time gaffe
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Charlotte Hawkins made a big mistake when announcing the time on Tuesday's episode of Good Morning Britain, that she fronted with co-host Sean Fletcher.
The presenting duo were hosting the ITV breakfast show for a consecutive day after already doing so on Monday.
But Charlotte made a bit of a mix-up when she introduced herself and Sean just after 7 am, claiming it was 8am.
She said: “Good morning, Britain. It’s just gone 8 o’clock. Our top story this morning, the Taliban have proclaimed…"
Noticing her gaffe, she then interrupted herself and said: “Sorry, 7 o’clock.”
Sean could be seen smirking after clearly noticing her blunder and then said: “I was gonna say but…”
Charlotte then replied: “I was wishing the time away there, wasn’t I?”
With Sean then jokingly commenting: “I’ll let you just go along with that."
She then went on to explain what was going on behind the scenes and in her earpiece.
Charlotte added: “I could hear everyone in my ear saying ‘Oh, she’s not done something quite right there’”.
Sean then laughed and said: “It was a sigh.”
To which Charlotte added: “It was an intake of breath.
"I apologise, don’t worry, you’re not really late for whatever you think you might have missed this morning.”
“It’s just gone 7 o’clock.”
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