BBC presenter Dan Walker yet again poked fun at Olympics co-host Sam Quek following another 'wardrobe issue'.
The 44-year-old took to social media on Friday morning to share a snap of the 2016 Rio field hockey gold medallist 'causing havoc' in the studio set.
Quek was forced to change her clothing from a white blouse and red trousers to a blue top to avoid problems with the studio's green screen.
And Walker has posted another picture of the 32-year-old on Saturday morning – with her permission – of Quek having her legs powdered before going on air.
The 2014 Commonwealth Games silver medallist can be seen with both her legs perched on a table while a colleague applied the finishing touches to her pins.
Uploading an image of Quek beaming down the camera, Walker quipped: "Another day… another wardrobe issue for @SamanthaQuek on #OlympicBreakfast.
"The lovely Sheree applying the finishing touches to the pins. Posted with permission.
"If you’re interested… I’ve powered (sic) my own legs."
Fans were loving the post, as one joked: "As a professional painter and decorator where does one apply for this gig."
To which Quek herself responded by posting three laughing face emojis.
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Another user commented: "Never would have thought legs are pampered!"
A third added: "It’s been an absolute pleasure watching you two every morning."
Meanwhile one simply stated: "Sam's ace."
Walker then applauded Quek for her broadcast work on their penultimate Olympic Breakfast show.
He said: "Sam, I know you were a bit daunted coming in to cover these Olympic Games for the first time but you have been simply amazing.
"I know you won a gold medal five years ago, but you have had another gold medal performance in this studio."
A grateful Quek replied: "Oh Dan, you know what to hear you say that – I'm so delighted because it's been such a pleasure to be sat with you.
"To experience the drama, the medals, the emotions of the Olympic Games but also like I said, to do it beside you and you helped me get through my first official big broadcast."
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