Kate Garraway, 52, and Ben Shephard, 45, oversaw proceedings on Good Morning Britain today as they continue to fill in for regular hosts, Piers Morgan, 54, and Susanna Reid, 48. The pair were joined by numerous guests to converse about breaking news stories and headlines making the papers. Although ITV viewers interacted with the discussions on social media, others couldn’t help but voice how distracted by what the former I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! campmate was wearing.
Sitting alongside Ben, the television presenter wore a floral designed dress, with a triangular gap revealing her chest, but not too much to become risqué.
Kate finished the look off with a pair of red heels, but sat behind the desk for the majority of the show, viewers were only able to make out the top half of her attire.
Taking to Twitter, some were confused by the host’s fashion choice and compared her to a tin of well known chocolates.
One posted on the social media platform as they slammed the presenter’s appearance: “Kate, that was a bad choice of dress this morning.”
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Another added: “Kate’s dress sponsored by Cadbury’s Roses,” to which a third commented: “Why is Kate Garraway dressed like a tub of Roses?”
Whilst a third commented: “Just turned on GMB and saw Kate and reminded me of a tin of quality street #gmb.”
However, not everyone was opposed to the dress, as a fourth asked: “I’m loving Kate’s dress.. Please, please, tell me where you got it?”
“I love this dress and also the dress Laura Tobin was wearing yesterday,” a fifth opined.
“I think you’re making a brave stab at the Worst Dressed with that dress,” the host told the forecaster, leaving her colleagues in hysterics.
“My goodness, you’ve turned,” Ben chimed.
Kate decided to opt for one colour yesterday, wearing a red, knee length dress with frills coming off the shoulders.
The presenter usually takes to Instagram to share her wear of the day with her followers, who are always keen to find out where they can get their hands on the garments.