Trinny Woodall had a bit of a wardrobe malfunction while showing off outfits on Instagram Live, but handled it like the pro she is.
The stylist and TV star, 57, ended up flashing her breasts while changing outfits on screen after her bra pinged open as she took her top off.
She had been modelling a floral patterned co-ord set which she had decided to return to Zara rather than keep, when she began unbuttoning the top before deciding to pull it over her head instead, causing her bra to ping undone in the process.
In the clip, which has since been deleted, Trinny scooted off out of shot, telling her followers: ‘What a great bra, it just came off. I was just about to flash you.’
Trinny then continued sharing the outfit haul, dubbed ‘I made some really bad decisions when I did some midnight shopping.’
Fans quickly took to her comments section to flag that she had in fact flashed the camera, telling her to get the editing team to blur out the moment she pulled her top up.
Trinny herself appeared much more relaxed about the moment, appearing to comment on her own post addressing the nip slip, writing: ‘It’s only a nipple.’
The video, which she later uploaded to her account and then deleted, had been about her recent purchases which she modelled for the camera, admitting: ‘I made some really bad decisions when I did some midnight shopping.
‘I’m going to share with you now ladies because I need your advice on what to keep and what to return. So please may your comments be brutally honest. Big kiss.’
It’s not the first time Trinny’s fans have clocked accidental nudity in her Instagram lives, however, as her partner Charles Saatchi also appeared in the buff while she was testing out a high-tech face mask.
While Trinny was seen with the LED mask on her face, Charles was caught walking fully nude in the background in the bathroom of their home.
Metro.co.uk has reached out to Trinny Woodall’s reps for comment.
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