Lorraine viewers can’t cope as they spot zebras having sex on host’s dress

Lorraine viewers couldn’t contain themselves as they noticed something a little odd about the host’s dress.

The 61-year-old looked incredible as always for this morning’s instalment, rocking a pink outfit with a zebra pattern.

However, some eagle-eyed fans looked a little closer at the print and noticed the zebras were having sex on the dress.

Flocking to Twitter, one commented: ‘Love #Lorraine, but have been distracted by the zebras on her shirt. 

‘Looks like they’re having a good time!’

While others begged her to reveal where she picked the dress up from.

Lorraine got their messages loud and clear, addressing the raunchy pattern live on the show, taking the whole thing in her stride.

‘Thanks for all the messages this morning,’ she told viewers.

‘Quite a few of you have been talking about my dress and the zebras…

‘Thank you to all the people who have pointed out that the zebras are frolicking and romping.’

Never change, Lorraine.

Elsewhere on today’s show, the presenter was joined by Dr Hilary as they discussed the rise in coronavirus numbers.

The health expert gave a stark warning to viewers, explaining that things were set to get worse after the UK recorded the ‘deadliest day’ of the pandemic so far.

‘We knew this was going to happen, we knew it was going to get worse before it gets better, and that’s where we are now,’ he said. 

‘So with all the social gatherings, and mixing that occurred at Christmas and New Year, we’re now seeing down the line, the incubation period, people picking up the coronavirus and more hospitalisations right now.  

‘Hospitalisations are at their record level, deaths over 1,600, [it’s] really scary and it’s probably going to get a bit worse still, for another week before it starts to improve.’

The GP added: ‘We’ve got lower cases, there’s 27% fewer cases recorded, which is a step in the right direction but we’ve still got high numbers.’

Lorraine continues on weekday mornings, at 9am, on ITV.

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