GMB’s Laura Tobin had to ask boss to pull down her trousers amid fashion blunder

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Good Morning Britain weather presenter Laura Tobin had to ask her boss on the ITV breakfast programme to help her with an awkward wardrobe mishap.

The brunette mum-of-one had struggled so much with her leather trousers she needed help pulling them down.

Laura, 39, had opted for a skin-tight yet stunning outfit for the morning forecasts, which included her pair of high-waisted burgundy trousers and a floral buttoned-up blouse she'd tucked inside.

The meteorologist's glossy locks were blowdried into bouncy curls and she grinned as she addressed the awkward issue live on air.

Admitting she'd been "struggling to breathe in" her trousers, Laura explained the sight of wrinkles in the fabric meant she'd also needed a floor manager to help her sort her clothing earlier on in the broadcast.

Upon hearing someone on the crew had suddenly started airing ripping noises and the sound of leather squeaking, the star turned red.

"I knew you were going to do that!" she exclaimed. "I'm not even moving!"

""The sound effects are because I am wearing a pair of sustainable pleather trousers," Laura explained.

"It's not because of what you had for breakfast?" host Susanna Reid cheekily asked.

"No! I haven't even had my breakfast yet, in these trousers I can't eat a thing," Laura replied with a laugh. "There's a whole cupboard of sweets waiting for me and I can’t eat any of them.

"And yes earlier you will see that the director thought it was hilarious when you sit down that the trousers wrinkle up.

"So I had to ask the floor manager Vicky, if she wouldn't mind pulling my trousers down," Laura added.

Earlier this month, the weather presenter was reporting the weather from Svalbard to demonstrate the impacts of climate change.

While the star was taking the opportunity incredibly seriously as she talked about the impacts on the polar ice caps and the effects on the wildlife, including polar bears, Laura admitted to struggling being away from her daughter Charlotte, four, for six days.

During one broadcast, the weather reporter broke down in tears as she showed GMB viewers an adorable picture her daughter Charlotte had drawn for her.

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.

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