Steph McGovern: BBC Breakfast presenter in ’graphic’ confession ‘I p***ed on the floor’
Steph McGovern, 37, made a “graphic” confession yesterday to her 376,000 Twitter followers, after going on maternity leave from BBC Breakfast.
The BBC star is expecting her first child with her TV executive girlfriend, and is reportedly due in November.
She took to the micro-blogging site to reveal some intimate details about her pregnancy experience.
She warned her followers that the following might be a bit too much information.
“Graphic content,” she began.
“Something to hopefully make you laugh if you’ve had a bad day.”
“My sickness is back. This morn I [was] unexpectedly sick on myself whilst having a wee,” she documented.
“In a panic I spun round to aim sick in toilet. I then p***ed on the floor.”
In response to the tweet that was fittingly illustrated with emojis, fans flocked to agree with the star, sharing their thoughts and some of their own personal experiences: “At least it didn’t happen on live tv!!”
One user joked: “They don’t show you that side of pregnancy on Call The Midwife!”
“Pregnancy is such a magical time!” another quipped.
The presenter shared her struggle with morning sickness on BBC Breakfast back in July.
The mum-to-be said it had been a “rough start” to her pregnancy and that she once almost threw up on co-host Charlie Stayt.
In recent weeks, fans have noticed Steph has been absent from the red sofa, due to the star going on maternity leave ahead of the birth of her child.
At the beginning of September, BBC breakfast sent the expectant mum good luck messages in a video montage.
“It’s Steph’s last day on the Breakfast sofa before maternity leave!” they tweeted.
“Team #BBCBreakfast are sending you a whole lot of love.”
Steph is currently filming BBC One series Easy Ways To Live Well, alongside chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall.
In the show, the duo look at all manners of ways to stay healthy, including throughout the trimesters of pregnancy.
BBC Breakfast airs on weekdays at 6am on BBC One.
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