Charlotte Hawkins has apologised for clearing her throat on Good Morning Britain as Sean Fletcher called her out.
The presenters hosted Thursday’s show and Sean noticed Charlotte appeared to have a tickly throat.
Charlotte and Sean were speaking to Dr Sarah Jarvis when he addressed Charlotte’s cough.
What did Sean Fletcher say to Charlotte Hawkins?
Sean said Dr Sarah: “Have you got anything for a frog in the throat? Coughing…”
Charlotte said: “I know,” to which Sean said: “Sorry, no she’s not been coughing. Just clearing her throat.”
He joked: “Stay away from me!”
Charlotte said: “I just keep having to clear my throat, it’s obviously getting up early. I do apologise.”
Sean continued: “You should have heard her in the dressing room this morning… it was like an old man.”
Charlotte Hawkins apologises
Charlotte said: “It’s very annoying isn’t it? I do apologise.”
Sean then advised Charlotte to have a cup of honey and lemon.
You should have heard her in the dressing room this morning… it was like an old man.
She said: “I think I’d rather speak to Dr Sarah for that one.”
Sarah said: “Don’t use honey with children under one.”
Charlotte said: “I’m a bit older than that,” to which Sean added: “Just one or two years.”
She joked: “I was about to say Sean how lovely to have you back but I might take that back.”
Meanwhile, at the start of the show, Sean was welcomed back after six months away due to the coronavirus lockdown.
Sean said: “It’s great to be back.”
Charlotte said: “Good morning and welcome to you Sean, welcome back. It’s lovely to have you here.”
Sean revealed: “It was February [since I was here], six months guys.”
Charlotte asked: “Where have you been? You’ve been a bit busy really haven’t you?”
He replied: “Yeah I’ve been a bit busy and there’s been a lockdown. It’s actually quite nice to be at a desk.”
Charlotte continued: “It’s a bit of a different atmosphere. Obviously we’re at different ends of the desk.
“It’s a new working scenario but it’s lovely to have you here.”
A new study reports 6% of the UK has been infected with coronavirus. @DrSarahJarvis warns it is still not certain having antibodies gives you immunity.
She also says the infection rate for black people is as high as 17% and around 12% for people of Asian origin. pic.twitter.com/qHppDOfALW
— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) August 13, 2020
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