BBC Breakfast host Dan Walker, 44, has revealed that his BBC Olympics co-star Sam Quek had addressed a “wardrobe issue”. The 32-year-old could be seen with her pins on full display as she unveiled a peculiar move made ahead of the show.
In view of his 721,700 followers, the newsreader gave a behind-the-scenes insight into the workings of the BBC’s Tokyo Olympics studio.
Dan joked that a picture of Sam’s legs was “posted with permission” before addressing the wardrobe issue.
The Olympic medallist looked chic as she sported a mid-length pink dress which she accompanied with a pair of nude heels.
Beaming at the camera, Sam had her legs raised off the ground while their colleague could be seen adding powder to her pins.
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Meanwhile, others reflected on the presenting duo’s coverage of the Tokyo Olympics as many admitted they would miss their daily coverage as the games come to a close.
One wrote: “You have both been awesome on Olympic breakfast this year. Lets hope you both work together real soon, been a total breath of fresh air!”
“It’s been an absolute pleasure watching you two every morning,” a second commented.
A third added: “Keep up the good work!”
Earlier this week, Dan suffered a wardrobe mishap and took to Twitter to reveal why hosts are banned from wearing green while filming.
The studio has a green screen and the presenter was left looking like he had a “floating head” due to his shirt.
The presenter’s torso had disappeared in the snap as he sat in front of the studio’s virtual reality backdrop of Tokyo with Sam.
Dan wrote alongside the hilarious picture: “I found out today why we aren’t allowed to wear green in the BBC Olympics studio.”