Kate Garraway puts head in hands after GMB co-star makes naughty confession

Alex Beresford and dad Noel discuss awkward moment

Good Morning Britain meteorologist Alex Beresford and his dad Noel left Kate Garraway with her head in her hands as they detailed an awkward moment they experienced while filming.

As they discussed the celebrity edition of the popular Race Across The World, the father and son endured a painfully awkward situation.

“Obviously we’re on a budget, right, so we stay in bed together, like we’re in bed together every night because it’s cheaper,” Alex explained.

“So me and my dad, we’re tucked up like this, you know,” Alex edged close to his dad to demonstrate how close they’d been.

He continued: “And then all of a sudden, this couple come down and try and get into our room…

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“And they didn’t get into the room, so they just stayed outside the room… up against the door.”

“Oh no!” Kate gasped before repeating: “Oh no…”

“And we just literally turned away from each other like this,” Alex added, displaying how he and his dad tried to move apart from each other.

Kate’s face was in her hands as she laughed before Alex went on: “And I couldn’t wait for it to be over… anyway, it was all over quite quickly.”

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“Just imagine…” Kate stated, unable to finish her sentence as she was in stitches.

The much-loved series will see famous faces racing from Morocco to Norway, and the celebs taking part include Alex, Harry Judd, Billy Monger, and Mel Blatt making the journey as part of the popular series.

Both Harry and Mel chose their mums as their travel partners, while Alex brought along his dad and Billy chose his sister, Bonny.

The series was due to land on BBC One last week, but following the devastating earthquake in Morocco, the show was postponed.

It started on the broadcaster a week later though, and fans of the show were glad to see its return.

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays from 6am on ITV.

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