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THIS is why Kate Garraway had to change her dress on Good Morning Britain

The TV star had a terrible wardrobe malfunction...

by Sophie Hamilton /


Kate Garraway had an unexpected outfit change on Thursday's Good Morning Britain after a run in with a bucket of custard. Yes, that's right, custard. The TV host had put her arm into the custard to grab a watermelon in a bid to recreate the World Cup trophy, obviously, but her lovely dress was soon splattered in the yellow goop, resulting in a quick outfit change during the ad break. The TV star began the show in a blue patterned ASOS dress, but after the bucket incident she reappeared in a pink version of exactly the same outfit. Now that's an organised wardrobe department!

Kate Garraway throws custard at Sean Fletcher

The 51-year-old looked stunning in both ASOS dresses, which have reportedly sold out on the store's website. We love the chic fit of the pencil dresses with the flattering thin belt drawing in the waist and the elbow-length sleeves. Kate's sassy silver heels are by Dune London.

Kate's outfits were put together by stylist Debbie Harper, who posted a photo of the blue dress on her Instagram page. Followers were quick to comment on the funny wardrobe malfunction, with one writing: "Before custardgate!" Another posted: "Perfect for my work wardrobe."

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Kate in her second outfit; the same ASOS dress in pink

A few days earlier, the star posted a selfie of herself on her Instagram page, ahead of an evening out at the Capital Radio Summertime Ball. She totally dazzled fans with her choice of jewellery; a pair of gold and brown beaded earrings from Zara, priced just £12.99. Kate wrote: "Gone for seriously big hair and even bigger earrings!"

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