Holly Willoughby looked a little exasperated during Tuesday's This Morning, as she shouted directions at the crew from her place on the set.
The presenter, 39, was trying to show a photo of her pet cat ahead of a segment with an animal specialist, having snapped a picture of her kitten Bluebell's paw.
Unfortunately, someone behind-the-scenes kept sharing professional snaps of Bluebell from Holly's Instagram, showing the cat splayed across her home in a variety of glamorous poses.
Shouting at the crew as a photo of Bluebell perched on her kitchen counter popped on the screen, Holly said: "Not that one.
"We didn't do a photo shoot this morning!"
Next up, a photo of Bluebell lounging on her bed appeared on the screen, her grey fur nestled in the white cotton bed sheets as she posed for the camera.
Raising her voice, Holly shouted: "No, not that one!"
Her co-star Phillip Schofield then joined in on the directions, saying: "The picture of the closeup of the cat's foot."
Giggling over the mishap, Holly suggested it was "like a modelling shoot for Bluebell" as they stared at the stylish photo of the cat.
When Phil asked where the glam cat pics had come from, Holly explained: "I don't know, they're on my Instagram. I like a cat pic."
After a few minutes of frustration, the presenting duo decided to leave the segment behind, promising to revisit the pic of Bluebell's paw later in the episode.
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