GMB beauty Charlotte Hawkins cheekily teases cleavage in cut-out top
Good Morning Britain beauty Charlotte Hawkins has brightened up a grey Friday with her presenting attire, keeping things comfortable but adding a slinky twist.
The 45-year-old hosted the ITV show alongside Ben Shephard again on Friday morning, presenting segments on the likes of Welsh pubs not selling alcohol and a potential ban on Christmas trees.
The blonde bombshell wore a royal blue long-sleeved top that with very subtle triangular patterns on the sleeves, as well as a hint of glitter threaded through.
It also featured a number of cut-out sections, with a deep V of holes running from Charlotte's shoulders and down her chest to her cleavage.
The peek-a-boo sections also ran around the tops of her arms, teasing about as much skin as is allowed for so early on a morning.
When Charlotte and Ben joined the show at 6.30am, they spoke to regular GMB doctor Amir Khan, who was discussing the new rules in Wales which sees pubs not allowed to sell alcohol.
He said: "It's such a difficult one. They have gone through these rigorous processes to make the venues safe."
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