Steph McGovern: ‘It’s probably illegal’ BBC Breakfast star on interesting find at home

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TV presenter Steph McGovern took to social media on Saturday with an observation about everyday displays of affection, which are now discouraged due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Channel 4 star, who is about to launch her own show – Steph’s Packed Lunch, found a greeting card at home that she had bought for a pal ahead of COVID-19 lockdown and shared it online.

The organised television presenter posted a picture of the funny greeting card, which she had purchased in advance, on Twitter yesterday.

She noted that the wording on the card, which read: “Let’s get drunk & hug each other”, was probably not appropriate anymore.

“Bought this card before lockdown…” Steph told her 404,500 followers.

“It’s probably illegal to send it now isn’t it?” she joked.

“Along with blowing out birthday candles,” fellow TV star Julia Bradbury remarked.

“Yup! Unless you use one of those hug screens made out of plastic bags,” a second user amusingly pointed out.

Agreeing a third added: “You need a cuddle curtain, then you should be ok!”

“That’s one for the time capsule. Ah the good old days,” a fourth fan commented.

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“Thank you for making me smile today with all your tweets,” another fan wrote in the comments section, revealing that laughter was easing their back pain.

“My back went yesterday (again) and can hardly walk and in terrible pain but you keep making me smile,”(sic) the tweet continued.

Yesterday, mum-of-one Steph also detailed a “rare” family trip to a restaurant with her partner and 10-month-old baby daughter.

She explained how the youngster was of course not the best at following COVID-19 protocols.

The Channel 4 star wrote online: “When you’re enjoying a rare family meal out, in a very Covid secure restaurant, and then you see your 10 month old daughter licking the furniture [hand on face emoji].”

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