Good Morning Britain fans couldn't contain their laughter as Laura Tobin accidentally made a rude on-air blunder.
Innocently presenting the weather segment on the ITV daytime show on Friday, the meteorologist, who was recently compared to Kate Middleton in the looks department, told viewers they would have a frosty start to the morning.
However, the 40 year old stumbled over her words which accidentally came out as "frosty fart".
Knowing that she had just made a huge slip-up on live television, Laura was seen trying to hide her smile as she continued to inform viewers of the weather for the rest of the day.
The moment didn't go amiss with viewers at home, with one person commenting: "LOL @Lauratobin1 having Frosty Farts lol lol #GMB."
Another person clarified: "Umm did Laura say frosty fart? #gmb." along with a flushed face emoji.
A fan replied: "Definitely heard that too! High pressure often leads to frosty farts!"
A third joked with a scattering of rolling on the floor laughter emojis: "More weather from the frosty fart #gmb."
The blunder was addressed in the newsroom later with Ben Shephard went live to Andi Peters in Phuket, giving the details of the day's competition.
"You need to be careful when saying Phuket, don't you, Andi?" Ben joked.
Ben hilariously recalled: "Laura Tobin, earlier, promised us a frosty… what did you say, Laura?"
After they played the video again, red-faced Laura said: "I thought I'd covered it up!"
Laura is in charge of giving us our weather updates on GMB, and she's been doing this for quite some time.
The television personality, who hails from Northampton, first worked at the BBC, but in 2012 she moved to Daybreak, which later became Good Morning Britain.
Laura's long career in meteorology first began while working at the Met Office, and she then moved to BBC Radio Wales.
She did aeronautical meteorology reports at RAF Brize Norton and the British Forces Broadcasting Service.
In 2007, Laura joined the BBC Weather Centre, working across BBC News, BBC World News, and BBC Radio 5 Live.
And she's become a star in her right, appearing on Drive with Vernon Kay, Pointless and The Chase.
She became Good Morning Britain's lead weather presenter in 2014.
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